With courses designed by Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer, Guam is a golf-enthusiast’s dream. Add turquoise ocean views and cool sea breeze and you’ll understand why Guam’s seven golf courses rank highly on international best-of lists.
The pioneer of Guam resort golf courses, this 18-hole course separated by coconut trees is magnificently designed and is both wide and long. Known as”CCP”, it enjoys popularity not only among tourists but also among local people. Pick-up service: This service is provided between the main hotels in the Tumon area and the course.
Designed with the help of the professional golfer Ayako Okamoto, this champion course with full of originality has been recognized by the U.S. Golf Association. Each hole having five tees, golfers of all level can enjoy the course.
Leo Palace Resort
Designed by J. Niklaus and A. Palmer, this 36-hole course makes the best of Guam’s fantastic nature and is rich in strategy brainteasers. “The only high-speed green in Guam.”
Onward Mangilao Golf Club
Mangilao is located on the central eastern coastline of Guam about 25-minutes from most hotels. Designed by world famous Nelson and Haworth golf course architects, Mangilao offers 6,904 Yards of challenging and unforgetable golf experiences for all skill level players. Players will wander through its scenic splendor and lush natural beauty while playing on some of the world’s most uniquely designed golf holes.
Enjoy the warm, tropical Pacific breeze as you experience a truly memorable golf challenge you will find hard to forget!
Onward Talofofo Golf Club
Talofofo golf course was designed by 9 legendary PGA players – including Sam Snead and Ben Hogan – with each golfer taking responsibility for the design of two holes. Later, Onward Group renovated it to a wonderful dream course; it was reborn, with Island Green No.5, in December 2006. Enjoy dramatic play throughout this Onward Talofofo Golf Club designed for you by professional golfers.
First in Guam to be certified by the USGA (U.S. Golf Association), this 27-hole course with hybrid Bermuda grass meets international tournament requirements. This course, full of hazards such as coconut trees and big breadfruit trees, is a unique one.
Windward Hills Country Club
Opened in 1951, this public course was the first course opened in Guam and is proud of its American style design. Famous holes on the out-course are the numbers 4, 5, and 6 modeled after Ben Hogan’s home course, the “Colonial National Club” (Fort Worth, Texas). The famous hole on the in-course is the number 15 with its elevated greens.