Pete Dye: “I created eleven holes and God created seven!” By far Dye’s personal favorite, the “Teeth of the Dog” opened in 1971 as a 6,888-yard, par 72-layout, with par 3’s celebrated by Golf Magazine. It attracts and challenges the best professionals and amateur golfers from around the globe. In the February 2000 issue of Golf Magazine, ranks the “Teeth of the Dog’s” hole #7 one of the “Top 100 Holes of the World.
Playing on the “Teeth’s” seven waterholes is fun — with challenging shots where you might find your ball bouncing off the rocks like a pin ball and the strong Caribbean breezes challenging every stroke. With the magical location combined with Dye’s personal touches, you will see why “Teeth of the Dog” is one of the best in the world, offering trademark railroad ties–utilizing native wood, vast waste areas, peninsula green & tees, hand-sculpted putting surfaces, unique assortment of pot bunkers and elevated bunkers.
Low Season Pricing: May 01 – October 31, 2018 = $295.00