Golf Courses on Guam

Golf Courses On Guam


P.O. Box 23666, GMF, Guam 96921
Tel: 1 (671) 632-1111
Fax:1 (671) 632-0361
Hotel Tel: (671) 637-5151 Hotel Fax: (671) 637-5150
Access/20 minutes by car from Tumon

Alte Guam resort is an 86 acre, USGA recognised, 27 hole tournament golf course dotted with coconut palm trees and ponds. Fairways more than 60 meters wide and hazards ranging from a variety of bunkers and ponds to coconut trees, make for a challenging course for everyone from experienced to novice players.The greens are a soft touch, Hybrid Bermuda grass and subtle undulations determine the difficulty of a putt by pin position.

Alte Guam Resort Hotel is a complete golf resort and guests staying at Alte's five star hotel can concentrate completely on their golf game. Hotel guests also enjoy free golf after 4:00 PM.

215 CCP Lane, Yona, Guam 96914
Tel: 1 (671) 789-1361-3
Fax: 1 (671) 789-1496
Access/30 minutes by car from Tumon
A popular course for both tourists Guam residents , Country Club of the Pacific (CCP) opened in 1973.

The 18 hole, par 72 course, designed by Kisho Kurokawa, extends over rolling hills along Guam's southern coastline providing panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean from just about every hole. Hole 12 is said to provide one of the most the breathtaking views on Guam with an unobstructed view across the lush greens of the course to the rich blues of the ocean and sky beyond.

CCP is all about dynamic shot holes. On and out course, CCP combines skill and technique with fantastic views swept by ocean breezes. The course's trademark holes are hole 5 going out, a long hole on which the fairway gently slopes down to the green and hole 17 coming in, offering a difficult shot through the palm trees.

495 Batullo Street. Dededo Guam 96912
Tel: 1 (671) 632-4422
Fax: 1 (671) 632-4440
Access/10 minutes by car from Tumon
Guam International Country Club (GICC), designed by Golfplan and Ayako Okamoto , is a championship course with a USGA course rating 74.0 from the tournament tees. At GICC golfers can enjoy the natural, tropical beauty of the Guam and a challenging golf game. GICC 18 hole, par 72, course features undulating fairways with strategically placed bunkers and ponds laid out over 6,000 yards of beautifully landscaped fairways and greens . Each green is a test of the golfer's putting ability and every hole has five tee grounds allowing golfers of every level to play according to their skills.
P.O. Box 24486, GMF, Guam 96921
Tel: 1 (671) 417-0001
Fax: 1 (671) 471-0025
Access/25 minutes by car from Tumon
LeoPalace Resort Country Club features a 27 hole golf course made up of three nine hole courses: Course C and D were designed by Arnold Palmer and Course E designed by Jack Nicklaus, making for it a true championship course. In May of 1996, Guam's premier golf tournament, the APGA (Asia Professional Golfer's Association) Guam Open, was held at Leo Palace.

This exciting course makes its way through Guam's rugged hinterland, over steep hills,through deep valleys and across the wet lands of the Manenggon Hills. With dense jungle lining the fairways and surrounding the greens, LeoPalace requires good ball control, challenging all levels of golfers. Playing LeoPalace is all about perfecting one's swing and getting off a good shot than winning or losing the game.

There is also a condominium-style hotel on the grounds of the LeoPalace Resort Country Club allowing golfers to enjoy a complete golf holiday. The Clubhouse includes a restaurant and health spa with baths and sauna.

Route 15, Pagat, Mangilao, Guam 96923
Tel: 1 (671) 734-1111
Fax: 1 (671) 734-2222
Access/20 minutes by car from Tumon
Kown as Guam's "Jewel of the Pacific", the Mangilao Golf Club is nestled on the central east coast of Guam. It was designed by world renowned Nelson and Wright Golf Course Architects from Hawaii and boasts 6,904 yards of breathtaking and picturesque beauty. The Out-course, which consists of holes number 1 through 9, measures 3,401 yards and rests on the upper-level of the two tier coastal plateau . A relatively short, but challenging course a player's golf skills are tested by several lateral hazards, fairway and greenside bunkers, and warm, tropical sea breezes from the Pacific Ocean. The In-course, which consists of holes number 10 through 18, is one of golfing's ultimate experiences. The course winds along the the lower-level coastal plateau right beside and at times over the Pacific Ocean. This 3,503 yard course presents a unique test of ability and skill for golf enthusiasts of all levels. Also called the " Pebble Beach of the Pacific" players will enjoy its spectacular views, lush, natural beauty and extremely challenging golf. Mangilao's signature hole, the Par-3 number 12, stretches across the rolling surf to a green built atop a rocky outcrop making a very daring tee shot.

Mangilao Golf Club is a membership club but welcomes all visitors from abroad. The clubhouse facilities include a restaurant and bar, pro shop, shower and locker rooms. Mangilao's Pro Shop offers a complete range of quality merchandise, apparel, equipment and accessories.

825 Route 4A, Talofofo, Guam 96930
Tel: 1 (671) 789-5555
Fax: 1 (671) 789-3333
Access/30 minutes by car from Tumon
Talofofo Golf Resort also offers spectacular views and challenging golf for all levels. Designed by nine U.S. Senior Professional Golfers- Sam Snead, Chi Chi Rodriguez, Gene Sarazen, Billy Casper, Doug Ford, Gene Littler, Orville Moody, Bob Toski, and Ben Hogan - it features a relatively flat front nine with a more difficult and challenging back nine . The front nine has wider fairways lined by tropical trees, flowers and water hazards. Hole number 6 is designed as a replica of Talofofo Falls and is course's scenic "photo op" hole. On the other hand, the back nine, which overlooks Guam's tropical jungle and mountains, challenges each player's skill and course management techniques. The fairway of Hole 11 runs through a sloping jungle area to the green, while Holes 15 and 17 present dynamic shots through coconut tree groves and Hole 18 a long drive uphill.
Windward Hills, Yona, Guam 96914
Tel: 1 (671) 789-1612
Fax: 1 (671) 789-2474
Access/30 minutes by car from Tumon

Windward Hills Country Club (renamed as such from Takayama Golf Club in 1995) is the oldest golf course on Guam. An American-style 18 hole, par 72, public course, it opened in 1951. Designed as a family course, Windward Hills can be enjoyed by singles, couples and beginners in an "at home" atmosphere. A course which follows the natural lie of the land, the out course features relatively easy shot holes, while the in course is more demanding on technique.

Notable holes going out are Holes 4,5 and 6 (which follow the design of Ben Hogan's home course in Texas, Fort Worth ), and Hole 15 coming back , which rest on top of a high hill. Hole 5, a long Par 5, offers a chance to test driving skills while Hole 15 tests tactical play.