Camp John Hay Golf Course
|Blue M: 63.1/105||564||300||375||203||242||152||348||291||343||2818||313||155||267||155||352||167||530||544||190||2673||5491|
|White M: 62.9/101||538||243||340||183||214||103||308||249||307||2485||294||126||244||127||331||149||491||495||142||2399||4884|
|Red W: 63.1/99||501||202||268||163||214||103||243||185||279||2158||265||126||244||90||295||133||439||462||110||2164||4322|
The course is an elevation challenge with uphill and downhill holes. It's a shorter course but there are plenty of long par 5s, some shorter par 3s, and some average to short par 4s. The course was in magnificent condition with well manicured fairways and the greens were in pristine condition. My caddie Van (#123) was knowledgeable and lined up every putt perfectly. I recommend a cart for this course even with its shorter length the elevation changes make it a long walking course. There are plenty of interesting holes with great views and plenty of scoring opportunities. The area this course is in (Baguio) has a great climate for golf, mild temperatures during the day and cool nights. The clubhouse is rusticity beautiful and the staff was very nice, food was great too. The driving range was an interesting uphill range, making the distances kinda hard to read, no mats to hit off of and not much flat grass areas either, but it's a driving range so no big deal. Don't miss this beautiful course in a beautiful place up in the mountains.