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FALL 2018

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choose from a Pete Dye Golf Lodge or Elite room for their four-night stays, which include a resort golf car for personal use, three meals a day, unlimited drinks at all hotel restaurants and bars, free WiFi, use of the resort fitness center, and transfers to and from the airports in La Romana, Santo Domingo and Punta Cana. Casa de Campo offers world-class accom- modations with contemporary comforts and traditional hospitality. Peaceful hotel rooms and villas are located in small clus- ters around the property, creating a calm- ing environment that relaxes and revital- izes Casa de Campo guests. The Pete Dye Golf Lodge is centrally located in the heart of the resort property, and each room includes a private terrace, air conditioning, high-speed wireless inter- net and flat-screen TVs. Elite rooms are slightly larger and feature large walk-in closets, luxury bath amenities and contem- porary design elements in the midst of Casa de Campo's natural setting. Thanks to the modern Autovida del Coral—the Coral Highway—in the D.R., visitors can get to Casa de Campo faster than ever. A 45-minute drive from Punta Cana International Airport or a scenic hour's drive from Santo Domingo's Las Americas International Airport bring you comfortably to the resort's front desk. And if you're flying your own plane or a charter, Casa de Campo's own international air- port—La Romana—is only five minutes from the main lobby. ■ For more information on the CGA Island Four-Ball Getaway, including pricing and the tournament application, visit carolinasgolf.org. 26 | | FA L L 2 0 1 8 Casa de Campo offers world-class accommodations with contemporary comforts and traditional hospitality in an environment that relaxes and revitalizes guests. CASA DE CAMPO; DOMINICAN REPUBLIC BOARD OF TOURISM There's more to Casa de Campo than golf, with the resort featuring local artwork, historical structures, outstanding entertainment and an on-site marina.

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