While it doesn?t share the notoriety of Teeth of the Dog or even Dye Fore, The Links at Casa de Campo is a great play in its own right. Opened in 1974 and renovated in 2012 to bring up to standard with its more famous sister courses, The Links is also a Pete Dye design, built on moderately hilly terrain, with a bit of a Scottish links look to it. There are five holes where water comes into play, including lagoons and lakes. The fairways are fairly wide, so it?s a player-friendly course. But the greens can certainly be challenging with their undulating characteristics. The course plays more than 7,000 yards from the tips, with five sets of tees, starting at just over 4,500 yards. It features tall Bahia and guinea grass roughs, plenty of palm trees, and sculpted bunkers, some of which are pot bunkers. The no. 1 handicap hole is the par-5 seventh, a dogleg right that plays 565 yards and features large fairway bunkers and several other bunkers around the green. Like the other two courses at Casa de Campo, golfers can warm up on the driving range, or practice their chipping and pitching in the short-game area. There?s also a practice putting green.