Canlubang Golf & Country Club






Canlubang Golf & Country Club is the largest in the Philippines, and was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. It has 36 holes which consist of wide, undulating fairways lined with coconut trees. There are man-made lakes, and even ravines. The North course is a championship course measuring 6,872 yards, whilst the South course is shorter. Watch out for occasional wind.


  • Driving Range
  • Putting Greens
  • Restaurants
  • Bar
  • Tee Houses
  • Pro Shop
  • Mens & Ladies Changing Rooms


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

Contact Details

Canlubang Golf & Country Club,

Tel: +(63-49) 549-7201
Fax: +(63-49) 549-0147

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Canlubang Golf Course Description

Canlubang Golf & Country Club, one of the largest golf courses in the Philippines, was once a former plantation of the sugar cane industry. The construction of the golf course took the heart of most golfers because of its simplicity and scale. The length of its fairways is summarized into two courses, the North Course and the South Course. Aside from its wide range, another great reason to play golf in the area is its challenging courses and knowledgeable caddies.

The North Course of the golf club is known as the gentleman’s game because of its difficult and manly course. Its 9th and 18th unique holes became signature to its golfers. Its fairways have scenic views of man-made lakes and ravines. Another challenge from the gentleman’s game is the strong wind that adds to the thrilling course.

On the other hand, the South Course differs from the former course because of its feminine touch. The abundance of ravines and tropical plants in the golf course made its game easy to play especially for women. Compare to North Course, South Course has wider and even holes to play with. In addition, it has magnificent views from natural sites like Laguna de Bay and Sierra Madre.

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