SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO, September 29, 2022 – Most golf courses and resorts in Puerto Rico are fully operational following the landfall of Hurricane Fiona last week, good news for stakeholders and travelers to the island this fall.

Luis Muñoz Marín Airport in San Juan (SJU), Aeropuerto Internacional Mercedita (PSE) in Ponce, Antonio Rivera Rodríguez Airport (VQS) in Vieques and Rafael Hernández Marín International Airport (BQN) in Aguadilla are fully operational. Cruise ports have also reopened with some cruises/ferries operating.

Many historical areas, attractions and parks are also available on golf tours, such as Old San Juan, Casa Bacardí, Tour Ron del Barrilito, Puerto Rico Convention Center, Carabalí Rainforest Adventure Park , Frutos del Guacabo, DISTRITO T- Mobile Adventure Park and Toro Verde.

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To keep travelers informed, Discover Puerto Rico continues to revise information on social platforms (Facebook, Twitter, instagram) and on the destination site recommendations for travelers, which also includes an easy-to-understand product tracking infographic showing the status of locations and popular attractions. Visitors currently in Puerto Rico or with upcoming travel plans should contact their travel providers, lodging establishments and local businesses directly to inquire about potential changes in operations.

With high season fast approaching, Puerto Rico is an optimal choice for potential visitors looking for a golf getaway. The golf destination continues to build on its status as one of the best in the world, not only through the 18 diverse but complementary courses and numerous resorts on the island, but also through many major brands and bodies leaders of the game who choose Puerto Rico to stage themselves. – profile championships.

The PGA TOUR, United States Golf Association, R&A, and Augusta National are all currently hosting an event in Puerto Rico, have recently hosted one, or have one coming up. For example, the Latin American Amateur Championship will be held on the island for the first time in January 2023 – a joint effort of the USGA, R&A and Augusta National, with the winner earning a spot in the 2023 Masters and the Open Championship 2023.

“Puerto Rico is ideal for golf getaways with our many courses, variety of resorts and, of course, our welcoming people who are eager to share the ‘Boricua’ way of life,” said Brad Dean. , General Manager of Discover Puerto Rico.

Requiring no passports from US citizens, offering dozens of daily direct flights to San Juan (airport code SJU), and accepting US dollars, the island is recognized among travelers as a favorite hassle-free destination that offers the National vacation comfort with an international flair.

Not only are the courses on the island fun and scenic, but several of them are ranked by Golfweek among the top 50 in the Caribbean, Mexico, Costa Rica and the Atlantic Islands. They offer an array of options to suit every player’s taste, with a range of price points, field features and designs from some of the game’s greats. These include Greg Norman, Robert Trent Jones Sr., Chi Chi Rodriguez, Tom Fazio, Tom Kite, Rees Jones and Gary Player.

For direct information on golf operations, golf venues on the island include:

TPC Dorado Beach (36 holes) – 787-626-1020
Costa Caribbean (27) – 787-812-2650
Fort Buchanan (9) – 787-707-3980
Wyndham Grand Rio March (36) – 787-888-6000
Rio Bayamon (18) – 787-740-1419
Hyatt Regency Grand Reserve/Coco Beach (27) – 787-657-2000
St. Regis Bahia Beach (18) – 787-809-8000
Caguas Real (18) – 787-653-1573
Royal Isabelle (18) – 787-609-5888
Port del Oeste (18) – 787-851-8880
Palmas Athletic Club (36) – 787-656-3000
Pointe Borinquen (18) – 787-890-2987
El Legado (18) – 787-866-8894
El Conquistador (18) – 787-863-1000

For Puerto Rico travel guidelines, visit For more information on golf courses, resorts and other island attractions, visit:

About Discover Puerto Rico
Discover Puerto Rico is a private, not-for-profit Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) whose mission is to make Puerto Rico visible to the world as a premier travel destination. DMO will bring prosperity to the people of Puerto Rico by collaboratively positioning the island’s diversity and uniqueness for leisure, business and events. He is responsible for all marketing, sales and promotion of the destination on a global scale and works in collaboration with the main governmental and local non-governmental actors of the tourist economy and the community of Puerto Rico in as a whole, to foster economic growth. Visit:

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