The Dye design gets its unique name from the local laborers who helped to construct the course. Just off the coast is coarse coral that they called “diente del perro” or “dog tooth.”
The Championship tees boast staples of Dye, which distort and play tricks on your mind. The sea acts as a natural deterrent while bunkers and small greens act as s defense mechanism. The course can stretch out to nearly 7,500 yards and greens fees can range from $195 to $395 depending upon where the guest is staying and the time of year.
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