Get far away from the winter chill at these sunny, Caribbean golf resorts, offering first-rate group facilities and courses that will surely suit your hard-working attendees to a tee.
Three acclaimed golf courses offering spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea, Dominican mountains and Chavón River are just the start at this oceanfront group favorite. Meeting attendees can also bond while improving their putts and swings at the Golf Learning Center, featuring lessons led by Charlie Epps, the golfing legend who tutored champion player Angel Cabrera. For a truly memorable—and challenging—experience, arrange a tournament at the Pete Dye-designed Teeth of the Dog course.
Groups can tee off on a spit of land hugged by emerald waters at this resort’s Greg Norman-designed golf course. The fun lies not just in the beauty of the course, but in the challenges it provides. Prevailing trade winds keep golfers on their toes, and the course is the longest in the Caribbean. Whoever wins here will have plenty to boast about back in the office.
Don’t take our word on the high-quality of this resort’s Tom Fazio-designed Corales course; starting next year, it will host a PGA Tour tournament, the first to be held in the Dominican Republic. When not hosting pros, the course welcomes groups to experience its challenging and scenic holes, including six directly on the ocean. A second course, La Cana, is also well-suited to group outings. After a rigorous round, attendees can unwind and network at the Nineteenth Hole Bar, overlooking the course and sea.
Attendees can experience 18 holes of competitive golf with the backdrop of the golden hills of Ocho Rios and the glistening sea in the distance. Before taking to the greens, attendees can hone their skills at the onsite PGA-certified golf clinic. The help will surely be appreciated: Narrow fairways make this an invigorating challenge for even skilled golfers in your group.