Designed by Robert Trent Jones, this course in Central Luzon is considered as one of the finest 18-hole, par-72 championship courses in the country. It has hosted top events like the President’s Cup and other golf spectacles of the country. One of its interesting feature is water, where in eleven of its 18 holes have well placed water hazards including hole 17 which is considered to be the most awesome.
The Luisita Golf and Country Club in Luzon is considered one of the finest 18- hole, par-72 Championship course in the country. It has hosted top events like the President’s Cup and other golf spectacle sin the country. It sits on a 70-hectare area bounded on the east by a sugar central. The front nine is built mostly on an open but rolling ground while the back nine is shaped by meandering creek. The 2-Storey Clubhouse is of classic Spanish architecture with an approximate building area of 2,000 sq.m. It offers a 135 degree view of the course. The principal interesting feature is water. Twelve of its 18 holes have well-placed water hazards, the most awesome of which is its Signature Hole on 17.