Casa de Campo - The Links Review

Casa de Campo - Links Course's 16th holeCasa de Campo - The Links in Dominican Republic

Casa de Campo,
La Romana Province
P.O. Box 140, La Romana Dominican Republic

January 16th, 2014 06:14

Reviewer

First Name Lisa
Last Name Schmid
Handicap 12

Course Review and Comments

Pete Dye's Links course was closed for renovation in 2011 and reopened in 2012 with re-laid greens, refurbished bunkers and a new irrigation system bringing the course to 21st century standards of excellence. Although the holes are not as visually stuffing as the seaside and river-view holes found on Teeth of the Dog and Dye Fore, it is no less challenging with dog-leg fairways, wide waste bunkers and elevated greens. Water does come in to play on the back nine with six holes circumnavigating two lakes. Overall, a challenging track with opportunities to shoot a low round!

Ratings

Date course was played Saturday 11th of January 2014
Price paid for golf 75
Price comments
Course Design Rating
Course Design Comments A traditional Pete Dye design for true links golf. Sets up with nice approaches to elevated greens.
Course Greens/Fairways Condition Rating
Course Greens/Fairways Condition Comments Is in terrific condition with fairways and greens complexes playing soft, allowing average golfers to shoot lower rounds. Bunkers in great condition and overall, course is well manicured and green!
Course Service Rating
Course Service Comments As part of the overall resort, the staff here is wonderfully accommodating and professional. Love them and love being here!
Course Facilities Rating
Course Facilities Comments
Course Overall Rating
Play Again Yes
Recommend Yes

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