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GOLF TRAVEL cover.indd 1 12/1/14 cover.indd 1 12/1/14 cover.indd 1 12/1/14 cover.indd 1 12/1/14 course gives you two very different nines that pair together perfectly for an unfor- gettable Caribbean golf experience. WHERE TO EAT Start your morning by getting break- fast at Lago Restaurant. Lago is a buffet- style eatery that overlooks the 18th hole of Teeth of the Dog and sits right next door to the pro shop. Once you have fin- ished up your morning meal you can take a short walk to check in for your round. Upon finishing your golf, head up to the 19th Hole Bar that sits on the back- side of the pro shop for a light lunch. You can sit up on the open deck and watch the other golfers as they finish up on the 18th. If you are in the mood for a bigger lunch, make your way to Minitas Beach at the Beach Club, where they serve Mediterranean Cuisine with a Dominican twist. If you are heading to the Beach Club for dinner, it is a little more formal in the evening so remember to pack a col- lared shirt. My personal favorite restaurant at Casa de Campo is Pubbelly. Here you will find a fun Asian Fusion menu that has a Tapas feel to it. Pubbelly is situated down in the Marina, so make sure to enjoy a nice walk past the mega yachts docked in this area. WHAT TO DO AWAY FROM THE COURSES There are two activities in the All-In- clusive Package that everyone should take advantage of. First, you get one round of 25 shots of trap shooting per adult. At the Shooting Area, you will be accompanied by a guide for the duration of your shoot, and following your session you can enjoy a nice cold drink at the Shooting Area Bar. Secondly, as an All-Inclusive guest you can enjoy unlimited horseback riding during your stay. I would also recommend taking an ex- cursion to Catalina Island. After a short Catamaran ride you will have a sun- filled day on the beach where you can simply relax, swim in the crystal-clear water or snorkel the reef teeming with sea life. Although this is not part of your All-Inclusive, it's only $35 per adult and $25 per child (5-12). NIGHTLIFE Following a full day of golf, sun- bathing at the beach or any of the endless activities you can enjoy at Casa de Campo, make your way up to La Cana for some evening fun. Here you can enjoy a few drinks at the bar, listen to live music and let loose on the dance floor. > CLICK HERE to make an inquiry. ••• is Worldwidegolf official golf travel partner. Sign up here to receive email notices about golf travel information, packages, sweepstakes, and special offers.

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