For the Dorado Beach West Course, Robert Trent Jones, Sr. built holes running in different directions, making the ever-present breezes off the Atlantic a challenge to negotiate, but ensuring that a round on the West Course will be one of the most picturesque on a Puerto Rican golf course. The four par-3 holes on Dorado Beach’s West Course are considered the toughest group of the four-course complex. Ranging in distance from 150 to 200 yards, they feature sloping greens and plenty of bunkers. The 175-yard, 13th hole is lined with palm trees while the green is in an oasis of rolling sand that seems to run right into the ocean. The Raymond Floyd Group renovated this course in 2002 keeping the original layout and vision of Robert Trent Jones, Sr. while providing all the on-course amenities of a first-class Caribbean golf resort.