Casa de Campo gets the 2013 Gold Tee Award
Santo Domingo.- The world renown Casa de Campo resort received the prestigious Golden Tee Award 2013 from Meetings & Conventions magazine (www.mcmag.com)
Casa de Campo is recognized around the globe for its famous golf courses, currently 90 holes, the most important being Teeth of the Dog, ranked 47th in the world by Golf Magazine, in addition to La Romana Country Club, Dye Fore and The Links. All these courses exclusively designed by the legendary Pete Dye, a member of the Golf World Hall of Fame.
This prestigious annual award is given to resorts with extraordinary conditions for golf and business meeting facilities around the world.
Casa de Campo Resort CMO Peter Bonell stated his pride for the recognition and attributes it to the standards of service Casa de Campo offers and its spectacular sports facilities. He adds that the recognition certifies that the product received by visitors meet what event organizers seek worldwide.
Meetings & Conventions editor Kirk Lewis noted that the outcome was decided on voting by the magazine’s more than 50,000 readers, including corporate event organizers, who’ve tested the quality of Casa de Campo and qualify it as excellent.
He also congratulates the 70 resorts that have distinguished themselves in the industry and have been deserving of this honor, the 2013 Gold Tee Award.
Casa de Campo, a member of Leading Hotels of the World, recognized worldwide for its stunning golf courses, has been chosen for the sixth consecutive year as The Leading Golf Resort in the World.
Adventure publication Sporting Life includes its 90 holes in golf course designed by Pete Dye, including Teeth of The Dog, as Latin America’s number 1, in addition to polo fields, equestrian club, Marina – Yacht Club, 13 tennis courts, Shooting Center, Spa, renowned restaurants, spacious rooms, comfortable villas, exclusive beaches and indigenous culture in “The Artists Village” at Altos de Chavon.
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