Casa de Campo, La Romana, Dominican Repulic

Once little more than jagged Dominican coastline, the oceanfront at La Romana was transformed into a lush course by Pete Dye in 1971. Casa de Campo now consistently ranks among the world's top golf destinations, and the nearby Casa de Campo resort -- which offers horseback riding, polo and tennis.

The gem of this site is the Teeth of the Dog, which includes seven holes on the water and two holes that require a drive to the nearby La Romana International Airport runway. The seventh hole on the Teeth of the Dog is arguably one of the most famous in the world.

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