Camp Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo,EDSA,Quezon City
[PUBLIC GOLF COURSE]
How To Play
Holiday Inn Galleria Manila★★★★
1 Asian Development Bank Avenue,Ortigas Center,Pasig City
26 Tomas Morato Ext. Brgy. South Triangle,Quezon City
Camp Aguinaldo is a military course along EDSA, the major thoroughfare for Manila.
It is not a very long course but definitely worth a look. I started off my short golfing career here and could not have asked for a kinder setting. The caddies are knowledgable and the course is pretty well maintained. The only downside is that during the summers, the water hazards dry up leaving only a pit without water. That being said, a few holes are forced doglegs and a few holes like the par-5 4th hole. this forces you to reach for all your clubs through the course of the round. The greens are sloping and fast (not very true though) and some greens are bumpy.
The green fees are afforable and you can walk-in anytime for your round. My complain is that you need to walk a fair bit between the front and the back nine.
That being said, I would definitely risk playing there. My only complaint is that EDSA tends to get very very crowded so its best to start your round around 11 AM so that you are done by 3 PM and can get back to the relative safety of Makati before traffic starts getting heavy.
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nice to be there and to enjoy playing the field of golf course..
Often overlooked, but everyone needs to experience playing in this course. Camp Aguinaldo features a quick and challenging game. It’s the perfect place to visit, if you have a hectic schedule (but just need to play golf!).
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