|Calatagan Golf Club|
My friend Rubby has been inviting to play Calatagan Golf Club like forever. I had always wanted to go but it just seemed like such a long drive to get there from Manila (http://www.calatagangolfclub.com/how-to-get-there). After a couple of glasses of bubbly and oysters following a golf game at Forest Hills with my girlfriend Sam, we promised Rubby we would go. So when we finally got to Calatagan, I kept asking myself why I had not made this trip sooner.
It was such a beautiful course! Old trees and scenic fairways lined with lush Kalachuchi trees added to its majestic landscape.
|Short par 3|
Calatagan is one of the oldest courses in the Philippines and very few know that it is one of the few “green” golf courses that has been making a lot of “eco-friendly”efforts to keep the course organic. There are no chemicals or fertilizers used throughout this Robert Trent designed course. Instead, a biodynamic compost which is made on premise by the Calatagan staff is what is used.