Casa de Campo is a Ponderosa-style tropical seaside resort in La Romana on the southeast coast of the Dominican Republic. Casa de Campo's golf has been internationally recognized for more than three decades. Golf architects Pete and Alice Dye have had a home at Casa de Campo since the early 1970s, when they guided 300 local laborers with machetes to blaze the Diente del Perro, (Teeth of the Dog, opened in 1971) through the jungle and along a rocky coast. The world's golfers flocked to the course after it served as a backdrop for the 1971 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. It remains the only Caribbean course consistently in the world's top 100 courses (usually top 50).
The Ministry of Tourism of the Dominican Republic, created by Decree 56-10, in 2010, with the purpose of Catalyzing the Tourism Sector of the Dominican Republic.
CRESO is a non profit entity that invest in developing hi-performance Olympic Athletes while also promoting investment in their academic training in order to enable them to perform at any professional field once their sports career has ended. Through its investment in sports CRESO seeks to foster leadership development of model citizens.
The Dominican Golf Federation originated in 1966, when Ignacio Guerra had the initiative to group the existing clubs at that time into an Association, which subsequently became this Dominican Golf Federation. The basic reason for the creation of this organization is its integration with the organizations that regulate the international sport of golf, such as the United States.
Sligo Wear is an authentic Canadian-based men's golf apparel and accessory brand. Drawing on North American and European influences, Sligo Wear's garments feature technical fabrics allowing golfers to perform their best.
Callaway Golf Company is an American global sporting goods company that designs, manufactures, markets and sells golf equipment, golf accessories and golf lifestyle-related products in more than 70 countries worldwide.