After a short trip from Macau to Manilla and then the subsequent transfer up to Tarlac, it was time to reset for another week after a bit of an anti-climactic week in Macau. This week would be another iteration of the Central Azucarera de Tarlac Open (CAT Open) played once again at the Luisita GolfContinue reading “2019 CAT Open”
Returning to The Country Club for a 2nd time in the month, I was determined to seek a little revenge from this extraordinarily challenging course. The TCC invitational is a special event on the local Philippine Golf Tour that invites the top 30 players from last year’s order of merit to a no cut 4Continue reading “2019 The Country Club Invitational”
It was an extremely quick transition from Haikou to Luisita as the 2019 Luisita Championships started on a Monday to make way for the Easter Long weekend in the Philippines.
Following a disappointing week in Chongqing, I knew I had some work to do before my next event, the Solaire Philippine Open at the extremely challenging ‘The Country Club’ in Santa Rosa.
From Melbourne, it was a very quick turnaround with a Tuesday start for my next event. I flew in to the Philippines from Sydney on Monday and was fortunate enough to squeeze in 9 holes on Monday afternoon.
I was lucky enough to be able to spend an extra day in Cebu after the previous weeks events taking in some of the sights and sounds
Following on from Iloilo, it was a short flight over to the holiday island of Cebu. This island is known for its whale shark
The next event on this long stretch took me to the beautiful Southwoods country club just south of Manila.
This week saw me take vans, ferries, planes, uber’s and taxi’s to get to from the island paradise of Moorea as well as an entire weekend crossing the date line to get all the way to Manila.
Th fourth and final leg of this arduous four week stretch was played at the Nick Faldo Course at the Eagle Ridge Country Club in Cavite, Philippines.