Andy Dye, nephew of Pete Dye, designed this course at Eagle Ridge Golf & Country Club in a bold and rather confrontational fashion and it opened for play in 1998.
The Nick Faldo course at Eagle Ridge Golf & Country Club is one of four layouts at a complex where indoor bowling, basketball, swimming and tennis are all on offer at this comprehensive 72-hole facility.
The course at Luisita Golf and Country Club was the first designed in the Philippines by Robert Trent Jones Senior back in 1967 and it lies to the north of Manila on an extensive estate...
The South course at Canlubang Golf & Country Club opened in 1977, one year after its older stablemate. RTJII designed both layouts with the South routed across more varied terrain than the North.
The real estate company, Sta. Lucia, developed the Summit Point golf and residential facility, commissioning Robert Trent Jones Jr. to design a replica course (opened in 2005) with holes copied from Augusta, Cypress Point and other world famous layouts.
Tagaytay Midlands is one of two mid-1990s courses laid out at Tagaytay by the late American architect Richard Bigler. Such is the extreme terrain, there’s a funicular transport system linking the two separate Midlands and Highlands clubhouses.
The 36-hole complex here at Canlubang was carved from a former sugar plantation and it opened in 1976 when the North course debuted, followed a year later by its slightly shorter sibling, the South.
Founded in 1901, Manila Golf & Country Club hosted the Philippine Open between 1913 and 1934. Sixty years after the club moved to its current home in 1948, Robert Moore of JMP Golf Design renovated the layout.
One of more than half a dozen golf courses designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr in the Philippines, the 18-hole Pueblo de Oro layout was formally opened on 5 May 1998 by then President Fidel V. Ramos.
Established in 2000, the Isao Aoki layout was the third course to open at the impressive Eagle Ridge Golf & Country Club facility...