February 28, 2018

Club Intramuros Golf Course: A historic recreational site in Intramuros

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  • Found within the historic walled city, Club Intramuros is a historic site itself as it has been catering to golf lovers for almost a century already. The golf course was opened in 1930 but the club has been around since 1907.

    Club Intramuros features an 18-hole golf course. The course is relatively small but is sizable in terms of the challenges it entails; most of the holes include water hazards, out-of-bounds, or both, so everybody is sure to have an exciting time. A game can be played in approximately two hours, which is ideal for busy people who are looking to unwind through a quick game of golf.

    Surrounded by the historic walls of Intramuros and a refreshing greenery, Club Intramuros is also a great place to relax and just appreciate the view of the surrounding city while playing.

    Club Intramuros also has a driving range where beginners and amateurs can practice swinging and hitting golf balls. Other facilities include a restaurant and function rooms.

    Club Intramuros is very accessible from office buildings, hotels, museums, and many other tourist attractions in the city, including Rizal Park, Fort Santiago, San Agustin Church, Manila Cathedral, and Baluarte de San Diego.

    Details: 

    Address: Club Intramuros Golf Course, Anda Circle, Bonifacio Drive, Intramuros, Manila
    Operating hours: 5:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. (every day, golf course); 6 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. (every day, driving range)
    Contact numbers: 02-526-1291; 02-527-6613
    Website: www.tieza.gov.ph
    Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ClubIntramurosGolfCourse
    Rates:
    Golf Course:
    For non-resident – Php 1,910 inclusive of green fee, insurance, pull cart and caddie fee
    For resident – Php 1,210 (weekdays, inclusive of green fee, insurance, pull cart and caddie fee); Php 1,410 (weekends, inclusive of green fee, insurance, pull cart and caddie fee)
    Driving Range: Php 90 for a bucket of 80 balls


    This feature appears in the February 2018 issue of Philippine Primer Japanese magazine.

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