The Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club is at the forefront of the golf club industry in the Philippines.
The Club’s two (2) Championship Jack Nicklaus Signature golf courses, The Legends and The Masters are the first ever golf courses designed by no less than the legend himself in the Philippines.
The sprawling 140-hectares that make up Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club, for the exclusive use of its members, is located in Carmona, Cavite approximately 30 kms. south of Makati, Metro Manila. These two-(2) golf courses were the first of many constructed by the leader of golf course development in the country, Fil-Estate Golf and Development Incorporated. State of the art golf course construction was implemented to provide all weather golfing conditions. A weather station and a computerized irrigation system further insures year round golfing enjoyment. The course was scientifically designed with the environment in mind and has an extensive drainage system that captures surface water and funnels it back to the lakes to recycle water.
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The Polo Club history dates back in the 1900s when a true lover of Polo arrived in the Philippines- Commissioner of Commerce and Police William Cameron Forbes.
When Forbes became the Governor General, the Philippines officially embraced Polo with the birth of the Manila Polo Club.
The Club was established in November 27, 1909 in Calle Real, Pasay. The original clubhouse was burned down and was rebuilt in 1950 where it currently stands.
Significantly in 1977, the Club assumed its PROPRIETARY classification and the club membership has evolved through the years. As the Polo Club family grows, its legacy continues…
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