”Challenging.” ”Daunting.” ”Awesome!”
Those are a few of the comments you’ll hear as you play your way around Guavaberry Golf and Country Club on the sunny southeast coast of the Dominican Republic.
The Gary Player Design team has really outdone itself this time, creating not only a golf course but a landscaping marvel. They’ve blended the course design flawlessly into the existing natural environment, giving the impression that the links have been part of this gently-rolling, tropical terrain from the beginning of time.
Guavaberry will challenge you with its impressive waste bunkers, deep sand traps, and indigenous coral rock formations that rise up from lush fairways. Together, they make this a course not to be tamed easily.
And if the natural hazards aren’t tricky enough for you, the ever-present Caribbean breezes and five different tee positions that cater to every level of play will tempt you to come back and try to conquer Guavaberry again and again.
The 13th hole comes as a refreshing surprise with its waterfall cascading into a quarry pond. Brace yourself for Hole 15 where a three-acre pond surrounds and protects the green from your best shot. And save some strength for the arduous 18th!