Puerto Rico Golf: Tee Off in Tropical Paradise
Puerto Rico is home to 18 amazing golf courses. Your choices range from luxury properties near historic San Juan to coastal courses surrounded by stunning beaches and lush mountain views. Puerto Rico is the perfect escape for the golf aficionado.
With Puerto Rico being a U.S. Territory, golfers don’t even need a passport to be able to experience the island’s picture-perfect courses. Some notable courses across the island include:
- TPC Dorado Beach – Located at Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Resort
- TPC Dorado Beach is home to two world-class Caribbean golf courses. Originally designed by renowned golf architect Robert Trent Jones, these historic courses have hosted PGA TOUR tournaments, famous celebrities, world leaders and professional players alike.
- Offering two championship golf courses designed by Troon Golf, Wyndham Grand Rio Mar has breathtaking views at every tee. The courses, designed by architects Tom and George Fazio and Greg Norman, are tucked away between the Atlantic Ocean and the El Yunque Mountains, with the 16th hole of the Ocean Course being considered one of the best in the Caribbean.
- Placed about 200 feet above the ocean alongside a dramatic cliff backdrop, The Links at Royal Isabela is overflowing with nature. Players can take in the beauty of the native plants, birds and butterflies while they play. The natural-flowing trade winds are at a player’s side one moment and then against them the next, making this an ideal course for those who love a challenge.
- Grand Reserve Golf Club –
Just east of San Juan and designed by PGA professional Tom Kite, the Grand Reserve Golf Club is home to two 18-hole courses known as the “Championship” and the “International”. Home to the PGA’s Puerto Rico Open, this club perfectly blends a great game of golf with a beautiful beachfront view.
These are just a few of the beautiful golf courses that call Puerto Rico home. If you have questions on the Island’s travel guidelines, or which golf setting is right for you, go to Discover Puerto Rico.