Relax in one of Punta Cana’s newest hotels that has two golf courses on site. Enjoy the beach from warm water and relaxing music throughout the resort. Beautiful signature oceanfront restaurants, Cigar and Rum Bar, Six Senses Spa and other unique amenities that will surely keep you busy.
After a challenging round, you can retire to the 19th Hole Terrace, part of the gorgeous La Cana Golf and Beach Club designed by Oscar de la Renta. Grab a drink, and watch other foursomes battle the 18th hole along the picturesque, turquoise backdrop of the Caribbean Sea. Then retire to the high-ceilinged, comfortable clubhouse for a game of backgammon or hit the showers in our elegant locker rooms.
Corales Golf Course is an exclusive and dramatic 18-hole course with six Caribbean Oceanside holes. Designed along the natural cliffs, bays, ocean coves and the inland lakes and coralina quarries, Corales Golf Course rates among the World’s finest Golf Experiences. The exhilarating challenge culminates playing the Devil’s Elbow, Corales’s last three holes. The Devil’s Elbow features the striking eighteenth hole with a dramatic forced carry over the cliff lined Bay of Corales, an inspired capstone to a memorable and breathtaking golf experience.
Punta Espada is the first of three Jack Nicklaus Signature golf courses to be developed at Cap Cana. Opened in November 2006 it is already listed among the worlds finest, with the renowned GolfWeek publication ranking it as the “#1 Best Golf Course in the Caribbean and Mexico” and Golf Digest as the #76 in the World. Eight holes play along and over the sea. From all points of Punta Espada, golfers are blessed with extraordinary views of the Caribbean, where the sea contrasts against the emerald fairways and the perfect greens.
Nicklaus’ gem has five sets of tees and boasts ocean views from every hole. Eight holes play either alongside or over the Caribbean Sea, including the stunning par-4 17th, which requires a tee-shot carry over a bay. The downhill 611-yard par-5 second hole also is unforgettable, beginning with a drive atop a limestone cliff downhill to a peninsula green.