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Add Mimosa Golf to your summer to-do list

This summer is the best time to play golf and take in the verdant scenic views at Mimosa Golf Course. Designed by Nelson and Haworth, Mimosa Golf’s flowing fairways that contour into small uphill greens offer exciting challenges. With the prestige of being the only course in the Philippines Tiger Woods played in, the dynamic Mimosa Golf is truly a player’s delight.

Add Mimosa Golf to your summer to-do list

There is also a putting green near the starters’ area where you can perfect scoring a birdie. Swing your club and take a break at the teehouses to grab a Coconut Shake by the Greens for only PHP 240. Available until June 30 at Mimosa Golf, this refreshing drink is the perfect beverage for staying hydrated and replenishing electrolytes lost during a full day of hitting the greens. Celebrate with your mates at Q by Mimosa with a beer tower for PHP 588 net, plus get a complimentary bar snack of your choice.

After a day of refreshing countryside air and perfectly manicured greens, cap your tee time in a relaxing hotel room. Complementing Mimosa Golf Course is Quest Plus Conference Center - Clark, which offers a gratifying staycation and all the comforts of home. Get a golfing staycation with the Tee and Beyond promo that would complete your summer getaway. With rates starting at PHP 6,900 net, get a green fee for one round of 18-holes and an overnight stay plus exclusive hotel amenities.

Mimosa Golf truly offers a new summer experience enough to make every player fall in love with this elite sport. For more information and reservations, visit www.mimosagolf.com or email [email protected]

Topics: Mimosa Golf Course , Tiger Woods , Quest Plus Conference Center , golf
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