Club Intramuros Golf Course
Golf with History, Swing amid Ancient Walls
Get into that swing like no other. Amid the history of golf in the Islands. Within the fortifications built by the Spanish colonizers that replaced the palisades of Manila’s first Muslim settlements. Intramuros: within the walls. Kump to 1906 when the elegant Club was established, making Club Intramuros one of the oldest golf courses in the Philippines.
Though quite short at par 66 and 4,326 yards, the club can be played in just four hours. A quick round with the great fairway, and plenty of sand traps and lagoons among the ancient walls of Fort Santiago. Or dine and unwind after a game, or even attend a banquet at the sumptuous restaurant serving the best of Filipino, American, and Spanish cuisines.
Play in a unique way with the best amenities and hospitality at Club Intramuros. Managed by the Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority.
The Club Intramuros Golf Course surrounds Fort Santiago, in the heart of historic Old Manila.
- To get there, take Roxas Boulevard north-bound, proceed to Bonifacio Drive, pass Anda Circle, around 20 meters, you can find the gate of Intramuros Golf course and Driving Range.
- Coming from the airport to golf course, the travel time is approximately 30-45 minutes via Roxas Boulevard down to Bonifacio Drive.
- From downtown Manila, travel time is approximately 20 minutes by taxi cab or public jeepney plying the Pier route.