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Golf courses in the Philippines range from world-class designs to simple but challenging layouts, making it a popular choice for golfers. The courses are mostly concentrated around Manila and Angeles City and are designed by top architects like Nick Faldo, Greg Norman, and Jack Nicklaus. The Philippines' golf courses predominantly use their natural terrain for creating their layouts, which is why many have hilly backdrops and undulating landscapes.
Because of their pedigree in design and maintenance, many Philippines' golf clubs have hosted international golf events and continue to be venues of choice for upcoming tournaments.
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The largest golfing facility in the country that features four championship courses for golfers of all levels.
Established in 1993, Eastridge Golf Club is a tricky and challenging championship course.
World-class golf course on Boracay Island that was established in 1997
Awarded the “Best Golf Course In The World” in 2000, this club offers two championship courses designed by Jack Nicklaus & Arnold Palmer.
Features two Jack Nicklaus “signature” championship courses - the Masters Course and the Legends Course.
A majestic mountainside masterpiece & one of the best courses in the country.
A Jack Nicklaus designed golf course and a private club established in 1998.
One of the best golf courses in Philippines.
Asia’s most exciting golf course featuring a cable car system that provides spectacular views.
An 18-hole championship course situated at 1000 feet amidst a dense forest.
A distinguished club with two championship courses, designed by golfing legends Arnold Palmer and Gary Player.
A true portrayal of nature’s beauty and a golfer’s dream course.
Just landed. Everything went off well. The hotel was good. Excellent package with free golf. Courses we're above par. Brian was a good help. Helped with some local bookings as well. The best part was the weather. Just great. You should recommend people for their winter. Does not cross 25° in the morn with a low of 19°. Thanks for the help.
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