Tuesday, August 22, 2017    
DORADO, PR 00646-2344
(787) 796-3070 • FAX (787) 796-3060


Schedule of Operation
Golf Professional Shop
  • Sunday – Monday 6:00am to 6:00pm
 Driving Range
  • Monday 9:00am to 6:00pm
  • Tuesday thru Saturday 6:00am to 6:00pm
  • Sunday 6:00am to 4:00pm
 Snack Bar
  • Monday & Friday- CLOSED
  • Tuesday thru Thursday 5:00pm to 9:00pm
  • Saturday & Sunday 9:00am to 4:00pm
Players Golf View Grill
  • Monday and Tuesday - Closed
  • Wednesday – 5:00pm to 9:00pm
  • Thursdays - Closed
  • Friday – 5:00pm to 9:00pm
  • Saturday – 11:00am to 9:00pm
  • Sunday – 11:00am to 6:00pm
 Administrative Office
  • Monday – Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm



Get ready to play at one of the most beautiful, challenging and unique golf facilities in all of the Caribbean!


At Dorado del Mar Golf Club we welcome each player to live the most gratifying golf experience ever imagined. The challenging 18-Hole Championship Golf Course was designed under the guidance and expertise of legendary professional golfer, golf personality, radio host and golf course designer Juan Chi Chi Rodriguez. The dorado del Mar golf Club championship golf course features four (4) sets of tees to suit your handicap level, narrow fairways to put a premium on control, water on 12 holes to catch wayward and errant shots, numerous newly redone bunker complexes and strong Caribbean tradewinds which will make each player realize that he/she is playing at one of the most beautiful and challenging golf courses in the entire world. 

All of this plus our most popular and beautiful hole on the course, the # 10th Hole. This hole is a par 5, 510 yards uphill facing the wind, with residential villas at its left and a road on its right, which comes into play frrom the tee box. Once you reach the green, located on the highest point of the course, you will experience a spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean and the whole Dorado del Mar facility.

The food and beverage options range from beers and bottled water on our beverage cars, to a quick bite at our conveniently located snack bar, to full service options at our Players View Resturant, located conveniently overlooking the first tee box!

The new Casino facilities only add to the diverse group of products and services offered by the Dorado del Mar Golf Club, Aquarius and the entire Dorado community. 


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Golf Professional (Aaron R. West) Tip of the Week



Practice Like the Professionals



If you haven’t had the opportunity to head over to the PR Open or another tour event you should, because you will notice a major difference between the way they practice and the Dorado del Mar driving range on Saturday mornings. First of all when tour players warm-up they start with their short irons, pick some targets and systematically start hitting shots they will need for the round that day. They gradually work up to the mid irons again focusing on distance control as well as specific targets. They prepare a routine and no matter how the shot turns out, they stick to that routine. As they move up in the clubs you will start to notice they may add some curve to the ball. This is done to prepare for a specific shot they may have during the round. On the other hand, most players @ Dorado del Mar warm up with no purpose in mind. They wildly hit balls on the practice tee as if they were hitting into the Atlantic Ocean. Without a very specific target, there is no way to really see how well one is hitting the ball. Also, warming up is for before one plays and working on the golf swing should be done on days when not playing golf, or after a round when one can work on a specific thing that happened during the round.  

Keys to Keep in Mind in order to practice like a professional:

· Have a plan

· Pick a Target

· Work through the clubs from short irons to woods

· Allocate as much time to the short game as the full swing

· Pre-round is warm-up only

· Post round one can work on swing mechanics

· Take notes on your practice & record what you did well, swing thoughts & feelings you had

· Take your time and hit each shot like it means something

· Don’t neglect the routine, it should be a part of your practice

· Visualize holes on the golf course and play them on the range

Aaron R. West

PGA Director of Golf




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