Bacolod Golf & Country Club
|Red (W)||70||5171 yards|
|Blue M: 68.7/117 W: 69.7/119||359||304||192||325||535||398||415||198||372||3098||180||336||331||283||391||499||392||360||180||2952||6050|
|Red M: 64.1/107 W: 65.1/109||307||262||168||284||457||323||360||159||316||2636||163||283||269||269||322||447||332||306||144||2535||5171|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Showers, Locker Rooms
Available ActivitiesSwimming, Billiards
Bacolod CC is a tight golf course with tall trees. The tee's and green's are watered by sprinklers but the fairways are watered by Mother Nature. There is a little up and down but the course is very easy to walk. The course will definitely challenge you if you drift right or left. The greens are in good shape, decent speed and on the small side. The fairways depend on the time of year, right they are great. The clubhouse staff is very accommodating. The food is average Filipino fare but western food is available. The course costs 1500 Pesos or about $32. A caddy runs 300 to 600 pesos or $6 to $12. A cart will run 800 pesos or $17. I always use a caddy, keeps them employed. My regular caddy is a scratch golfer, who generally fixs my swing during the round. My longest round here was 3 hours and 15 minutes, I average under 3 hours. Overall this course is a lot of fun and a great value. By the way I am a member.