Match Swings With Baseball’s Best At Casa de Campo

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Tee it up with current and retired major league baseball stars in Latin Baseball Hall of Fame’s Immortals’ Golf Tournament.

Teeth of the Dog

Some of baseball’s biggest names will play in the second Latin Baseball Hall of Fame Immortals’ Golf Tournament, which will take place on February 9, 2013, over the Caribbean’s famous Teeth of the Dog course at Casa de Campo resort.

Golfers from around the world are invited to join a host of legendary baseball stars including:
-Tony Oliva
-Pedro Martinez
-Bernie Williams
-Felipe Alou
-Rennie Stennett
-Pedro Guerrero
-Coqui Rojas
-Manny Trillo
-Luis Roberto Clemente (son of the late Roberto Clemente)
-Jeff Idelson (President of Baseball Hall of Fame)

Part of the Fourth Induction Week, which honors the stars of Latin baseball, the tournament has been endorsed by the Dominican Golf Federation. The day long event also includes a Parade of Immortals in the town of La Romana, a “Cooperstown Hour” at Casa de Campo’s Altos de Chavon, and private dinners.

Golfers will be divided into groups of four with one Latin baseball star joining three players. Groups will be decided by raffle during an opening cocktail party on Friday, February 8 at Casa de Campo. The shotgun start is at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, February 9. Lunch will be served at the resort’s Lago Grill Restaurant at round’s end.

The format is team best ball net. Prizes also will be awarded for best ball, long drive, and closest to the pin. Winners will receive prizes from the Casa de Campo pro shop.

Cost for joining these baseball stars is $150 per player or $400 for teams of three.

For more information, call 1-809-523-8045, email golf(at) or visit

ABOUT CASA DE CAMPO: The 7,000 acre Casa de Campo resort offers an unmatched array of experiences found in a Caribbean including choice accommodations - in hotel rooms and suites or spacious villa homes; variety of dining in restaurants such as The Beach Club by Le Cirque and La Cana by Il Circo; unequalled sports experiences like 63-holes of Pete Dye designed golf on three courses: the Teeth of the Dog, Links and Dye Fore; 13-court La Terraza Tennis Center, a Shooting Center, Equestrian Center, Polo Club, Marina for deep sea and river fishing, a Yacht Club, private beaches, the Casa de Campo Spa, the Altos de Chavon artists village with museums, art galleries, boutique shopping, a Church, 5,000 seat Grecian style amphitheater, site of international touring concerts. Casa de Campo is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World.

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