La Romana, Dominican Republic, April 25, 2021 / TRAVELINDEX / Casa de Campo Resort & Villas – home to the Caribbean’s premier, luxury golf experiences, including the iconic Teeth of the Dog course – has received Golf Digest’s prestigious 2021 “Editors’ Choice Award” in the “Best Resorts in the Americas” (Caribbean / Bermuda category).
The Editors’ Choice Awards annually honors the “best of the best” in the golf industry across 30-plus categories. This is the fifth consecutive year Casa de Campo has received the coveted tribute. The legendary resort’s Teeth of the Dog course, Pete Dye’s masterpiece design, is additionally No. 32 in Golf Digest’s “World’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses.”
“We’re thrilled to once again be recognized with this significant honor from such a leading industry publication as Golf Digest,” says Jason Kycek, senior vice-president of sales and marketing. “Accolades such as the Editors’ Choice Award are a prime example of the success of our never-ending quest to be in the highest echelons of the world’s finest golf destinations.”
Casa de Campo is currently offering its exceptional “Golf Buddies in Villa” stay-and-play package for spring getaways in paradise starting from $699 (per night, per villa) through April 30. The offer allows golf groups to enjoy a “world of their own” in a three to five-bedroom luxury villa with one daily round of golf (per person) on three celebrated Pete Dye designs: Teeth of the Dog, Dye Fore or the Links.
Breakfast for the group is prepared right in the villa each morning along with daily housekeeping, dedicated concierge services, and free WiFi. Complimentary replay rounds are available daily on Dye Fore or the Links. A preferred replay rate is also available on Teeth of the Dog for $75 per person (plus taxes). For golf rounds, a shared cart and practice balls on the resort’s state-of-the-art range are also included.
The resort’s new world-class Golf Learning Center is a “must visit” when on property. Highlighted by Trackman and BODITRAK technology, it features two indoor hitting bays for rapid game improvement, year-round training, individual and group golf lessons and schools, and expert club-fitting and repair. Residing on 21 acres of “pure grass,” the PGA Tour-quality facility also showcases practice greens for honing putting, chipping, and pitching games as well as unlimited use of the pristine outdoor range for full shots. On-course instruction is also available.
In the aftermath of the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the resort initiated its new “Casa Cares” program touching virtually every area of the property including significant investment in new equipment and employee training. The robust health and safety practices will continue to remain a top priority extend to updated procedures for its golf courses as well.
Casa de Campo additionally offers a COVID testing center at the resort if documentation is needed for return travel.
For more information on Casa de Campo Resort & Villas please call 800.877.3643
About Casa de Campo Resort & Villas
A member of The Leading Hotels of the World, 7,000-acre Casa de Campo attracts affluent travelers with 63 holes of exceptional golf. The Teeth of the Dog, Dye Fore and The Links courses – Conde Nast Traveler, Golf Digest, GOLF Magazine and Golfweek award winners – are designed by the legendary architect Pete Dye. They are complemented by spacious hotel rooms, suites and luxury villas. Expertly prepared cuisine from around the world, a 370-slip Marina & Yacht Club, Polo & Equestrian Club, the La Terraza Tennis Center, 245-acre Shooting Club and Altos de Chavon – an artisan’s village modeled after a 16th century Mediterranean city – are other on-property highlights.
Getting There: La Romana International Airport (LRM) is five minutes from Casa de Campo and serviced by JetBlue (direct flights from New York – JFK three times weekly) and seasonally by American Airlines (non-stop service from Miami). A short drive from the resort, Santo Domingo (SDQ) and Punta Cana (PUJ) operate daily direct flights from all major North American airports.
First published at TravelCommunication.net