Adding to his family’s legacy in the Dominican Republic and to the playing options along the country’s southern coast, P. B. Dye is set to unveil a picturesque course this month at the newly opened La Estancia Golf Resort. Portions of the 7,326-yard par seventy-two leap over canyons and skirt bluffs high above the Chavon River (where scenes of Apocalypse Now were shot). The resort is located just outside the city of La Romana, nine miles west of Casa de Campo, whose three layouts designed by Pete Dye, P. B.’s father, have made it one of the Caribbean’s leading golf resorts. With its clifftop setting and extra-wide fairways, La Estancia bears closest resemblance to Casa de Campo’s Dye Fore Course. La Estancia is a real estate community of privately owned villas, townhomes and cottages that can be rented by visitors. Four-bedroom golf cottages begin at $450 per night. The green fees are $80 to $145. Call 866-523-7826 or visit laestanciagolfresort.com.