our golf course

Surrounded by lush vegetation, the court was masterfully designed to harmonize with the residential environment and the tropical landscape.

It borders on one side with the famous Forest Reserve of the country, while on the other it offers majestic views of the Panama Canal and the Capital City.

Conceived to preserve the integrity of the flora and fauna of the region, It is a paradise in itself

The court has 18 holes, par 72
deployed at 6,618 yards.

HOLE #01 – PAR 4:
BLUE: 384 YDS | WHITE: 347 YDS | YELLOW: 329 YDS | RED: 262 YDS

This hole is a slightly downhill par four that will play longer than the yardage indicates. A lake in the left side of the landing area will force the golfer to lay-up about 220 meters (240 yards) off the tee. A medium to short iron will be required to a wide shallow green perched on the crest of a hill. Distance control will be essential to have a great birdie chance here. Go slightly long here and you will be down in another chipping area two meters below the putting surface. The putting surface is moderately contoured and will yield some birdie chances.

HOLE #02 – PAR 4:
BLUE: 438 YDS | WHITE: 415 YDS | YELLOW: 408 YDS | RED: 315 YDS

This hole is a slight dogleg right par four. From an elevated tee, the tee shot must cross a lake and then thread a narrow valley with mounding on both sides. Two fairway bunkers are on the right and one bunker is located straight away at the turn of the dogleg for aiming purposes. A medium to long iron will be required to reach a putting surface angled front left to right rear with two deep bunkers on the right hand side. The contouring on the green is moderate and will yield some birdie chances.

HOLE #03 – PAR 4:
BLUE: 444 YDS | WHITE: 366 YDS | YELLOW: 338 YDS | RED: 256 YDS

This hole is a severely downhill slightly dogleg left drive-able par four. From a tee that is 25 meters above the landing area the golfer has a decision to make about trying to drive the green. An aggressive tee shot can reach the green, but if you miss you could be in a stream or the jungle. A conservative tee shot will leave a short iron to a green perched on the edge of the stream guarded by a bunker on the left. The putting surface here is moderately contoured and will yield some eagle and birdie chances. This will be one of the great risk – reward holes in Panama.

HOLE #04 – PAR 3:
BLUE: 173 YDS | WHITE: 163 YDS | YELLOW: 153 YDS | RED: 120 YDS

This hole is medium length par three over a lake. From a low tee a medium to long iron will be required to find a putting surface angled front left to right rear and protected by a lake on the right. Three deep bunkers on the right border the lake. A lone pot bunker guards the left side of the putting surface. Finding the correct level on the putting surface will yield good birdie chances.

HOLE #05 – PAR 5:
BLUE: 474 YDS | WHITE: 449 YDS | YELLOW: 438 YDS | RED: 359 YDS

This hole is a double dogleg par five with the river in play. From an elevated tee the golfer must fade the tee shot off the tee to set up the proper angle to reach the green in two shots. The tee shot must avoid the lake on the right and a bunker complex on the left. Going for the green in two shots entails crossing the river and then carrying a slope in front of the green. A strategic fairway bunker must be carried in order to reach the green. A conservative second shot will need to be laid up on a landing area surrounded by the river. The putting surface is small and angled front left to right rear with bunkers on the left and right front. The putting surface is cut into a hillside and will hold high second shots. This might be the toughest hole on the course.

HOLE #06 – PAR 4:
BLUE: 386 YDS | WHITE: 362 YDS | YELLOW: 346 YDS | RED: 264 YDS

This hole is slightly downhill dogleg left par four. The tee shot will carry through a valley to a landing area guarded on the left side by a bunker complex. The proper shape for the tee shot is a draw off the tee. A draw will catch the down slope and go closer to the green. The second shot will be downhill to a small green angled front right to left rear with a bunker on the left. The back of the putting surface releases to the rear so be careful of the aggressive approach shot. Birdies here can be set up by an aggressive tee shot.

HOLE #07 – PAR 3:
BLUE: 148 YDS | WHITE: 120 YDS | YELLOW: 108 YDS | RED: 96 YDS

This hole is an island par three. From a low tee, a medium to short iron is required to reach the largest green on the course. The green is divided into three distinct areas. Three deep pot bunkers protect the green. Even though the distance is short and the putting surface is large, hitting the putting surface will be an accomplishment. This hole will generate plenty of excitement, heartache and discussion.

HOLE #08 – PAR 4:
BLUE: 332 YDS | WHITE: 307 YDS | YELLOW: 241 YDS | RED: 231 YDS

This hole is a short strategic par four. The golfer is asked to make a decision on the tee shot. A bunker directly in the middle of the fairway at the 210-meter (230 yards ) will require a tee shot to carry it to see the green and set up a short iron approach to a plateau green. The putting surface is one of the smallest on the golf course. Three deep bunkers surround the putting surface. Hitting the putting surface will require a precise shot. Birdies here will be a scarce commodity.

HOLE #09 – PAR 4:
BLUE: 326 YDS | WHITE: 307 YDS | YELLOW: 241 YDS | RED: 231 YDS

This hole is the ultimate risk / reward finishing hole. From an elevated tee the golfer is asked to make a decision about trying to reach the green on the tee shot. The hole is a slight dogleg right, with a plateau landing area and a small green. Five bunkers cut into the sides guarding the plateau landing area. The second shot is sharply downhill to a green angled front left to right rear with a stream in front with bunkers. The putting surface is very small and sloped to the rear. An approach shot will be required to be very precise. Many birdies will be made here to win a match.

HOLE #10 – PAR 4:
BLUE: 410 YDS | WHITE: 379 YDS | YELLOW: 358 YDS | RED: 296 YDS

The golfer is faced with a strategic choice on his first tee shot. A downhill tee shot of 270 meters (295 yards) can carry the river, but laying up short is probably smart. A 230 meter (251 yards) tee shot will leave a second shot of 140 meters (153 yards) uphill to a small green angled front right to left rear and cut into the hillside. The green is bunkered front right and on the left side. The second shot will play longer than the distance indicates as it is uphill. Par here will be a good score.

HOLE #11 – PAR 3:
BLUE: 144 YDS | WHITE: 130 YDS | YELLOW: 125 YDS | RED: 119 YDS

This hole is a medium to short iron from an elevated tee to a small perched green surrounded by three bunkers. The bunkers are front right, left front and left rear. The putting surface slopes to the rear and a poorly struck shot might release to the back chipping area. The chipping area is maintained at fringe height to allow many kinds of recovery shots to be played. The putting surface is contoured and will yield few birdies.

HOLE #12 – PAR 5:
BLUE: 517 YDS | WHITE: 470 YDS | YELLOW: 441 YDS | RED: 387 YDS

This hole is a reachable uphill par five. The tee shot needs to favor the right hand side of the fairway to set up the proper approach shot angle.. Mounding on the left side of the fairway will kick the tee shot to the right. The golfer going for the green in two will need to hit a high fade to be able to hold the plateau green. The golfer laying up will need to carry a cross bunker halfway up the hill to reach the second landing area. The green is a plateau with drop offs on the right, back and left with bunkers left and right. The approach shot will be a short iron will need to find a small flat green. Birdies will be possible here.

HOLE #13 – PAR 3:
BLUE: 141 YDS | WHITE: 141 YDS | YELLOW: 126 YDS | RED: 107 YDS

This hole is a slightly uphill par three. The shot will be a medium to short iron to a small green angled front left to right rear. The green is bunkered on the right side. The green is carved into a steep hill with a patch of bougainvillea bed at the top of the hill. Distance control on the tee shot is a must for a good birdie chance here. This is the first hole completely in the trees.

HOLE #14 – PAR 5:
BLUE: 570 YDS | WHITE: 429 YDS | YELLOW: 416 YDS | RED: 344 YDS

This hole is a reachable slightly uphill par five. The tee is elevated on the hill with Hole #4 green. The tee shot must be drawn off the tee to avoid the bunker short left and long right in the first landing area. The second shot must be drawn to use the slope to run the ball on the green in two. Be careful to avoid the green bunker that extends thirty yards on the left side short of the green. The green is slightly contoured and should yield some birdies.

HOLE #15 – PAR 4:
BLUE: 473 YDS | WHITE: 429 YDS | YELLOW: 416 YDS | RED: 343 YDS

This hole is a difficult par four. From an elevated tee, the tee shot must carry a bunker on the right that is closer than it appears to be. The tee shot must find the landing area that is guarded by bunkers long right and short left. A lake lurks on the left side of the fairway. A tee shot needs to favor the right side to set up the approach to a green angled front right to left rear with a deep bunker on the left. The approach shot will be with a medium to long iron. The putting surface has a pronounced ridge in the middle that will complicate any birdie putts. Par here will be a great score.

HOLE #16 – PAR 5:
BLUE: 515 YDS | WHITE: 483 YDS | YELLOW: 469 YDS | RED: 404 YDS

This hole is a definite risk / reward hole. Birdies and eagles will be made here, but so will bogeys and double bogeys. From a low tee, the tee shot must find an elevated landing area. Two bunkers on the right provide an aiming point to draw the tee shot off of. A good tee shot will leave a fairway metal to a green complex guarded by a lake in front and on the right. The long axis of the green will accept a long shot. A second shot lay-up will yield a delicate pitch over the lake. The putting surface is guarded on the right by two small pot bunkers. The putting surface has a small rear shelf that will provide interesting pin positions. This hole will be fun.

HOLE #17 – PAR 3:
BLUE: 149 YDS | WHITE: 127 YDS | YELLOW: 117 YDS | RED: 92 YDS

This hole is a downhill par three. From an elevated tee, the medium to short iron tee shot must cross a lake. The green is perched above a stone wall and a deep front bunker. The green is cut into a natural hillside with two bunkers above the green. The putting surface is divided into two areas by a contour in the middle of the green so accuracy is a must for birdie chances. This is a beautiful hole.

HOLE #18 – PAR 5:
BLUE: 594 YDS | WHITE: 471 YDS | YELLOW: 436 YDS | RED: 371 YDS

This hole is a slightly uphill par five. From a low set of tees, the tee shot must be fitted into a natural landing area protected on both the left and right by fairway bunkers. The second shot is slightly uphill and must be threaded through a series of fairway bunkers to reach the green. The putting surface is angled front right to left rear with a large bunker on the left. Mounding frames the green on the right and the rear. The green is moderately contoured and will yield some birdie chances.