If you’re an avid golfer, you probably love nothing more than to plan whole vacations around the opportunity to golf. One of the hardest things to do can be choosing where to go because there are so many great options to choose from! So we’ve done most of the leg work for you and came up with the answer to where you should head to on your next golfing vacation: The Philippines! Here are the top 5 reasons why it’s such a great idea to take your next golfing vacation here:
1. Variety of courses
With over 80 courses available, there is sure to be a variety of choices that will suit you, regardless of your physical fitness or skill level. They are all extremely easy to access particularly from the main cities.
2. Beauty of the courses
The Philippines is home to some of the most gorgeous courses in the world. The natural and scenic landscapes are complemented by world class courses designed by some of the top famous designers.
We’re sure you’ve already heard other people raving about the weather in the Philippines. You can golf here year round, because even if it rains, it doesn’t last long, and in many cases you can even play through it. For the most part, everyday is a good day to golf.
4. Full service while you play
Caddies come as a standard when golfing in the Philippines. The clubhouse itself also offers full service, including showers, full locker facilities, shoe cleaning, massages, or anything else you may need. You can even get a lovely umbrella girl to block the sun so you can play under the shade.
We saved the best for last; a golf vacation here is cheap. Everything is affordable, from the umbrella girls to snacks to the golf fees. You can play a full service of 18 holes for as low as $25 in some cases, including tips!
There is little wonder as to why the Philippines is one of the most popular golf destinations in the world. It provides an incomparable experience at a great price. Whether it’s the weather, the rate, or of course the golf courses, you will have one of the best experiences of your life here!
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