Sibulan, Dumaguete, Negros Oriental, 6200
Contact Details: (63-035)417-0351
Popularly known as BRAVO GOLF HOTEL, the only hotel in Dumaguete City with its own private golf course. Designed in 1945 by Don Serafin Teves and Simplicio Manictic, an English professor at Siliman University. Popularly known as the Dumaguete Golf and Country Club, it was one of the earliest golf courses to be built in the country.
THE GOLF COURSE. The nine-hole golf course has a par of 35 and rated at 68.8 by the NGAP and having a slope of 119. Gilding the fairways are abundant 50-year old mango trees planted by Don Serafin Teves during the hotel’s establishment before the 1950′s. Amenities include a driving range for men and women.
THE RESTAURANT. Overlooking landscaped gardens is Bianca’s Café, the hotels restaurant catering a wide variety of Italian dishes alongside with the largely talked-about firewood oven baked pizza. The hotel also dishes up your all time family favorites ala carte menus for breakfast lunch and dinner.
How to play at Dumaguete Golf and Country Club
Open to public; They also have membership
How to get there
Dumaguete Golf and Country Club is 7.2 km or a 12½ minute drive from Dumaguete City airport. It is open to the public 7 days a week.
Philippine Airlines flies between Manila and Dumaguete fourteen times a week, and Cebu Pacific makes the morning flights daily. Air travel takes only an hour and 10 minutes. By sea, ships from Manila take 36 hours, while the faster ferry craft from Cebu City reaches Dumaguete in 4 hours.
If golfing is your main thing, you might want to stay in Bravo Golf Hotel right at the Dumaguete Golf and Country Club