Las Aromas Golf Club

18 Hole

Las Aromas Golf Club

Bella Vista, Carr. Antonio Guzmán Km. 1, Santiago de los Caballeros, Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

Phone: +1 809-836-3064, Fax: +1 809-581-3373

Las Aromas Golf Club

Also known as the Santiago Golf Club, the 18-hole course is south of the city that was once the country's capital. The par 72 course is located in a hilly area with lovely panoramic views of Santiago and the Yaque del Norte River. Las Aromas opened in 1980 and is less than one hour south of Puerto Plata.

The Course

18-Hole Las Aromas Golf Club Course

Opened in 1980. Design: Pete Dye.

Technical difficulty: Moderate - Hard

Blue (Men)7269.91366210 yards
White (Men)72681305640 yards
Red (Men)72671255100 yards


18-Hole Las Aromas Golf Club Course

Visitors are welcome every day.

Green Fees

18-Hole Las Aromas Golf Club Course

Green FeeMon - FriSat, Sun, Holidays
18 Holes$40 (38 €)$40 (38 €)

The Club

General Information

Founded: 1980

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TheNJHammer 1 Review
Dont play here.

This course is in terrible shape. Multiple greens under repair. Only a half dozen greens were puttable. There was no distinction between fairways and rough. Piles of grass clippings everywhere. Warm drinks for a high price. Caddy was good though, knowledgeable. If this course wasnt in a resort atmosphere it would charge $10. Seriously, dont play here.

vegamax 1 Review
Experience of a Lifetime

Get ready for an experience of a lifetime. This course employs ARMED guards to protect you on a few holes. Some of the greens are in poor shape. The scorecards are a paper copy with poor quality and have over priced fees. I would not recommend this course to my friends. “Nov. 14,2011”

Manolo Ramas 1 Review
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We had a great time

I played throughout the month of May several times (at least 10), was a bit worried about some of the criticisms that had been written. However I have to say that I really felt very well at all visits. The first class, well-made cards, the cafeteria and the shop served much better than in many areas of Spain.
With respect to the field, we found it very good, always work proper maintenance of a golf course appreciated, the greens well (in some cases somewhat slow) and outputs and pits the changed regularly.
The course is short, but requires good shots to the green. Hole 1,10 and three pairs very nice We felt safe at all times. I go back every time I visit the Dominican Republic.

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