Costa Caribe Golf & Country Club Puerto Rico

With 18 courses, some of the best beaches in the Caribbean, and great food your next golfing getaway should be in Puerto Rico.

San Juan, Puerto Rico – Like flowers and trees, spring is when golfers come out of hibernation and embrace warming temperatures as they rush to the lush greenery of golf courses. This island is ideally suited to welcome them with tropical weather, 18 golf courses, and as an acclaimed traveler-friendly destination.

La Playuela Cabo Rojo Puerto Rico
La Playuela Cabo Rojo Puerto Rico

In addition to wonderful golf courses and resorts, visitor trips are enhanced by the local cuisine. With more than 4,000 restaurants, the choices are tantalizing. Be ready to experience the distinctive spice that characterizes Afro-Caribbean cuisine.

Arroz Con Gandulles Puerto Rico
Arroz con Gandulles Puerto Rico

Many after-golf activities complement one’s stay. Each Puerto Rico visit starts with Bienvenidos, a warm welcome, and continues everywhere you explore.

The Island is rich in festivals, traditions, art, and music, and the people are gracious and hospitable. With 78 municipalities, many with unique customs and distinct “personality,” there’s always another interesting place to discover nearby after golf.

Ocean, mountain, and rainforest views await many of the island’s golf courses. El Yunque is a spectacular rain forest that can be seen from several Puerto Rico golf courses, including at Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve’s Championship Course, where the PGA Tour’s Puerto Rico Open is played annually, and from the Ocean and River courses at Wyndham Grand Rio Mar Golf & Beach Resort.

Unfathomably beautiful ocean views await at Royal Isabela and Punta Borinquen, both perched atop seaside cliffs on the Island’s Northwest Coast. Near San Juan, Ponce, and Humacao, the courses in Dorado Beach, Bahia Beach, Costa Caribe, and Palmas Athletic Club are adjacent to the ocean, with holes parallel to the sandy beaches and turquoise surf.

It is east to see why this Caribbean island is ideally suited to provide traveling golfers with the things they seek.

Viejo San Juan Puerto Rico
Viejo San Juan Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico Facts

  • Puerto Rico is an American territory that does not require a passport for U.S. citizens
  • Bilingual
  • Uses the U.S. dollar for currency
  • Is the air hub of the Caribbean

Two Excellent Choices To Play

Costa Caribe – Located adjacent to the Hilton Ponce Golf & Casino Resort, Costa Caribe has 27 holes (three 9-hole layouts) that inspire the skills of seasoned golfers and provide a gratifying game for recreational players. The sun-washed courses are located on a former sugarcane field – and offer stunning views of the Central Mountains and the sparkling Caribbean Sea. The land is also home to towering coconut trees, charming coqui frogs and a kaleidoscope of birds.

The St Regis Bahia Beach – The championship 18-hole course at The St. Regis Bahia Beach was designed by renowned golf architect, Robert Trent Jones Jr. It has two miles of beach, holds Audubon Gold Certified status, and has views of the rainforest from nearly every hole.

Not only are the Island’s courses fun and scenic, but four are also rated among the top you can play anywhere in the Caribbean. Plus, they offer an array of options to suit each player’s tastes, with a range of price points, terrain features, and designs from some of the game’s greats. These include Greg Norman, Robert Trent Jones Sr., Chi Chi Rodriguez, Tom Fazio, Tom Kite, Rees Jones, and Gary Player.

To learn more about booking your next vacation to Puerto Rico visit Discover Puerto Rico.

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Howard Flanagan

Howard's love for the game started when he was 9, growing up in the Mid-Hudson Valley of New York State. Unfortunately for him he was left-handed and the only clubs in his parent's household were right-handed, so he had to learn the game from a different perspective. Throughout his golfing life Howard has been a member at several private clubs around the U.S. and in the Caribbean, but really enjoys the game when it is played on an unheralded muni course, just about anywhere.

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