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Explore the Caribbean’s best Golf Courses and Golf Resorts. Take a shot at the Dominica Republic's, Casa de Campo's Teeth of the Dog course listed as number 35 in the world of Golf Magazine. It has been rated as one of the best courses in the world and was designed by Pete Dye. The course is named for the jagged coral formation along the coastline and has been described as a maze. It is the most challenging of the three courses located at Casa de Compo and truly shines with the course signature fifth hole. It requires a carry past the waves to a green guarded by a single daunting tree.

One of the newest Golf courses in the Caribbean opened in late 2009 in Barbados. Apes Hill Club at almost 1,000 feet above sea level with lush grassland, coral stone quarries, wooded ravines and sparkling lakes, the course is as much in accorded with its natural surroundings. The top quality layout of the 7,150 yards, par-72 course has been implemented with tremendous regard to the full strategies that payers need to adopt when facing each hole. As would be expected at a venue of such high aspirations, the course is maintained in immaculate conditions.

Another course in Barbados with stunning ocean views is located at Royal Westmoreland Golf and Country Club built by Robert Trent Jones Jr. This championship course was build on top of a former sugar plantation. Golf lesson can also be obtained here by Roger Beale who represented Barbados at the World Cup of Gold and was also the team coach in 2012. While you are here also browse the pro shop, driving range, practice greens and club house.

Take a swing at the most challenging 18 holes of golf in the Caribbean. St Lucia Sandals Regency Golf Resort and Spa features a 9-hole course set in a valley, making for narrow, hilly and Golf course. As you ponder you tee shot from the elevated 4th green watch as cruise ships sail out to sea.

Tryall Club in Jamaica offers an unbeatable experience with the natural beauty of Jamaica and the challenge of the course. It built on a sugar plantation and the Johnnie Walker World Championship was held here five times. This course is a must play for the challenging and different greens all around

So pack your clubs for your next trip to the Caribbean and experience firsthand the fun of playing golf under the tropical sun!

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