With six holes running right along the ocean and tee shots that shoot over cliffs, Corales Golf Course in Punta Cana is often considered amongst the Caribbean’s most exclusive and scenic courses. Designed by Tom Fazio, Corales Golf Course is famously known for its final trio of holes, which collectively are known as “the Devil’s Elbow” and require shooting up over the bluffs past waves that crash on the coast. Compared to the surrounding courses in the area, Corales is arguably the most scenic but also the most user friendly, which makes it accessible to a wider range of visiting golfers and travelers. Need to warm up before teeing off? A putting green and driving range are both available for use.
Corales Golf Course is a 18- hole, par 72 course that offers 7,650 yards of exceptional golf. There is a restaurant on site as well as cart service, and advance reservations are essential for play—especially when visiting in the high season.
Did You Know? Caddies are mandatory at Corales Golf Course, but aside from offering advice on the course they can also offer inside info on surrounding attractions and sights.