Cebu Country Club

Cebu Country CMB Bldg., Gov. M. Cuenco Ave, Cebu City, 6000 Cebu, Philippines

Cebu Country Club is the oldest golf course in Cebu, Philippines. It was built in 1928 with nine holes. In the 1960s, nine more holes were added to make it an 18-hole par 71 golf course. About 20 years later, the management board renovated it to be a Par 72. In the 1990s, Gary Player redesigned the whole course to make it more attractive to visitors.

Cebu Country Club attracts a lot of golfers nowadays thanks to the magnificent landscapes and winding fairways. Sand traps, trees, and water hazards are strategically set up throughout the course, turning it into an appealing championship golf club. Cutting greens and coral rock also contribute to the glamour of Cebu Country Club.

There is a clubhouse within the ground, with a restaurant, a swimming pool, locker rooms, tennis courts, etc., to accommodate golfers after their tournaments. Want to find high-quality golf equipment, consider a visit to this course’s pro shop.

Cebu Country Club fits players of all skill levels and golf desires. It is a private golf course but open to traveling golfers. Just a few minutes drive from the center of Cebu city, this golf club occupies an emerging number of golf enthusiasts nowadays, both local and foreign.

So now, if you are ready to sightsee the oldest golf course in Cebu, Philippines, contact us immediately for tee time check and book golf tours.

Course Details

18 Holes Par: 72 Length: 6677 yards Slope: N/A Rating: N/A

Course Informations

  • Year built: 1928
  • Architect(s): Gary Player
  • Greens: Zoysia Grass
  • Fairways: Carabao & local Paspalum Grass
  • Season: Year round


  • Metal spikes allowed: No
  • Credit cards accepted: Yes
  • Dress Code: Proper golf attire


  • Carts: Yes
  • Pull-carts: Yes
  • Clubs: Yes
  • Pro shop available: Yes
  • Caddies available: Yes


  • Driving range: Yes
  • Pitching/chipping area:
  • Putting green: Yes
  • Teaching pro: Yes


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