Canlubang Sugar Estate,Canlubang,Laguna Province
[PRIVATE GOLF COURSE]
Maintenance Day – Monday, Tuesday
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How To Play
Probably not worth trying to play here as a visitor. I called in advance, asked if visitors could play and explained my wife would be joining me as a non player. I asked if golf carts were available (“yes”) and if I needed to make a tee-time reservation (“no, just come out”).
When I arrived it was lightly raining, but a golf cart with a cover would take care of that. “Sorry sir there are no golf carts”, was the answer, “walking only”. Needless to say that was not going to work in the rain and with a non-playing spouse along for the ride. We declined and drove back to Manila.
I expected more from a golf club that is billed as one of the top courses in the country and charges very high fees. Skip this one.
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Sorry to hear that your experience at Canlubang wasn’t a great one. We actually received your inquiry on November 10 and replied back, but never heard back from you. If you want to book next time with Canlubang, we will not only be able to get you a discount off green fees, but also guarantee you a tee time plus a golf cart. It’s a part of our service. This course treats GolfPH endorsed players really well and I hope that you will give this course another chance in the future or let us assist you in your next golfing needs in the Philippines!
Thanks for letting us know!
I’m not your typical golfer – typical in the sense that I strive to get every golfing detail down, from attire to current tournament/events. I also do admit that I’m not the best golfer out there.
What I do like about golf is the relaxation it brings. It probably has got to with the serene atmosphere that common greens provide. It also has got to be the sort of mental exercise it brings to players, trying to find out the best – and most effortless – way on sinking that hole. To sum it up, I’m an average, yet appreciative-to-the-game golfer!
So it did made me smile when I got the chance to play at the Canlubang Golf & Country Club. What caught my attention was the large scale of the course: it was pure serenity, a setting of grand golfing proportions.
There are actually 2 courses in the Canlubang Golf & Country Club, the North and South Courses. Apparently, the North Course is the harder of the two, so I politely chose the South Course instead. And I sure was in for a treat! The South Course gave me a great view of nearby Laguna Bay. It was a welcome distraction, considering that I’m actually having trouble on the “easy” course!
What was most memorable on the South Course was the ravine. I didn’t expect that I would need to shoot over one! It was a good thing my caddie gave me the right advice – I saw my ball sail right over!
I sure am coming back for more. I might even try the North Course for a change. For me, the Canlubang Golf & Country Club has lots of surprises in store, that every visit is sure to be different and more exciting!
Canlubang still remains one of my favourite Golf clubs here. Both 18 holes are very different but the landscapes surrounding each include some lovely views and they are well maintained. Both courses have their fare share of challenging holes across either water or very deep ravines.
The food is always excellent there especially the sizzling gambas and it’s so nice to sit on the verandah after 18 holes to watch other golfers attempt to finish either the 18th or 9th holes of the North Course.
Playing at Canlubang is always a great day out, the staff are very accommodating.
Nice course….good looking caddies……………
Canlubang South Course is the prettiest course in southern Luzon – a real test but very enjoyable. The north course is tougher and generally gets the better of us. Order your sizzling gambas before you start to make sure you have something great to look forward to.
exquisite taste! and youre right, their gambas is just awesome. good thing you enjoyed despite the challenges.