The island of Guam – extending to 209 square miles in the western Pacific Ocean – is designated as an unincorporated insular area of the USA and it is the largest and most southern of the Mariana Islands. Occupied by the Japanese in December 1941, it was recaptured by American troops after fierce fighting in July 1944 and there are still several large military bases located around this strategically important island.

Happily, with the hostilities of World War II long over, the economy of Guam is now largely reliant on tourists from, of all places, Japan, and a large proportion of these visitors will play golf on one or more of the eight golf courses on the island during their vacation.

Top 100 Golf Courses - Guam


1st Guam Ranking

The much-photographed par three 12th at Mangilao Golf Club invites a brave tee shot across a small bay to a putting surface perched on top of a rocky outcrop.


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Leo Palace (Hibiscus & Orchid)

2nd Guam Ranking

The Leo Palace resort is located in the Manenggon Hills region on the island’s east coast and it boasts two 18-hole layouts; the Habiscus and Orchid nines, which were laid out by Nicklaus Design...


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