Canlubang Golf & Country Club

Canlubang Golf & Country Club – 2 courses in one!

Canlubang Golf & Country Club Designed by world renowned golf course architect Robert Trent Jones, Jr., these two golf courses are the largest in the Philippines. Coconut trees, man made lakes, ravines, sand traps, and the occasional wind will provide more than enough challenges to most golfers whatever their handicap.

                     

Although a private club visitors can play by arrangement.Be aware that guests not accompanied by a member may not play at the weekend. Tee times and general booking is not essential but recommended.

Location

Canlubang Golf & Country Club is located about one hour’s drive to the south of Manila.

Contact Details

Canlubang Golf & Country Club,
Canlubang,
Laguna

Canlubang Golf & Country Club North Course:

HOLE YARDS METERS PAR HDCP
1 424 386 4 9
2 563 512 5 1
3 400 364 4 7
4 172 156 3 17
5 370 337 4 11
6 179 163 3 15
7 382 341 4 5
8 344 313 4 13
9 552 502 5 3
OUT 3,386 3,081 36 +
10 360 328 4 14
11 192 175 3 18
12 379 345 4 12
13 455 414 4 6
14 494 449 5 4
15 187 170 3 16
16 426 388 4 10
17 564 513 5 2
18 429 390 4 8
IN 3,486 3,172 36 +
TOTAL 6,872 6,253 72 +

Canlubang Golf & Country Club South Course:

HOLE YARDS METERS PAR HDCP
1 399 364 4 13
2 493 449 5 1
3 395 359 4 9
4 164 149 3 17
5 376 342 4 11
6 397 361 4 5
7 406 369 4 7
8 200 182 3 15
9 520 473 5 3
OUT 3,350 3,047 36 +
10 462 420 4 2
11 477 434 5 6
12 405 368 4 12
13 184 167 3 16
14 409 372 4 14
15 363 335 4 10
16 426 388 4 8
17 174 158 3 18
18 540 491 5 4
IN 3,445 3,133 36 +
TOTAL 6,795 6,180 72 +

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Villamor Golf Club

Villamor Golf Club

Location
Villamor Golf Club located in the Col. Jesus Villamor Airbase in Pasay City,and the club can be reached via the South Expressway going towards Paranaque.

Villamor Golf Club has been host to the Philippine Masters a number of times, this golf course boasts  world class challenges. A variety of trees lining the fairway, elevated greens, water hazards, arboreal features, and the occasional strong winds add to the variety of difficulties posed by this course,enough to challenge all handicaps.

     

 


HOLE YARDS METERS PAR HDCP
1 351 319 4 11
2 538 489 5 1
3 413 376 4 9
4 190 173 3 15
5 425 387 4 3
6 212 193 3 17
7 358 326 4 13
8 559 509 5 5
9 403 367 4 7
OUT 3,449 3,139 36 +
10 423 385 4 6
11 416 379 4 10
12 175 159 3 18
13 514 468 5 4
14 429 390 4 2
15 378 344 4 8
16 540 491 5 12
17 174 158 3 16
18 439 400 4 14
IN 3,488 3,174 36 +
TOTAL 6,937 6,313 72 +

Driving Range

Villamor Air Base (IATA: MNLICAO: RPLL) is home of the Philippine Air Force. It is chiefly used as an air base for PAF transport and helicopter flights. It is also the military base that the Philippine president uses when departing for foreign or domestic trips abroad, though foreign departures are mostly done at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. The air base is named in honor of a Filipino pilot, Jesús A. Villamor, who fought during World War II.

The base was originally called Nichols Field during the time of the Philippine Commonwealth period and later as Nichols Air Base after Philippine independence. The complex also includes the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. In 1997, the base was reduced to a small portion to make way for the construction of NAIA Terminal 3 and Newport City.

In 2007, a Skyway exit to both the air base and NAIA Terminal 3 was completed.

The Runways of this base are also used by Ninoy Aquino International Airport

 

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