7 Best Caribbean Golf Resorts for a Splendid Vacation

The West Indies are a fantastic place with gorgeous golf courses that are perfect for golf tourism. Here are some Caribbean golf resorts that are the best of the class for a fantastic golf vacation. Here are the top golf resorts that you should be visiting this year.

Casa de Campo – Dominican Republic

Casa de Campo

This is the famous resort that is spread over 7,000 acres in the Dominican Republic’s La Romana. It is reputed to be the best resort in the Caribbean.

Eden Roc Cap Cana – Dominican Republic

Eden Roc Cap Cana

The Eden Roc opened its doors in 2012. You can also access the neighboring Punta Espada golf course, which is designed by Jack Nicklaus. The best part about this golf resort is the 13th hole – where you will be teeing off over the ocean.

Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve – Puerto Rico

dorado

The Dorado Beach is situated on the same spot where the resort of Laurence Rockefeller once stood. It has three courses — the East Course, Pineapple Course and Sugarcane Course.

Four Seasons Resort Nevis

nevis

The golf course at Four Seasons is famous for being fabulous, which was designed by Robert Trent Jones II. With several holes on the Oceanside, it gets better when you are atop Nevis Peak — from historic sugar mills to a resident colony of Green Vervet monkeys.

Half Moon – Jamaica

half-moon

Half Moon is among the Caribbean’s signature resorts. It prides itself on a course that was originally designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr and was revamped by Roger Rulewich in 2005.

Tortuga Bay – Dominican Republic

Tortuga Bay

The exclusive five-diamond golf resort lets guests enjoy the best that Punta Cana has to offer, like the Corales Golf Course designed by Tom Fazio and PB Dye’s La Cana.

One & Only Ocean Club — Bahamas

One & Only Ocean Club

This resort opens the doors to Paradise Island’s Ocean Club Golf Course. Design by Tom Weiskopf, this golf course plays host to the annual Michael Jordan invitational.

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