An 18 hole par 72 world-class, all-weather championship golf course designed by world renowed designer Robert Trent Jones II, the Pueblo De Oro Golf Course in Cagayan De Oro is complete with facilities and amenities such as a modern clubhouse, function rooms, pro shop, driving range, practice putting greens and others. According to their website, the golf course features Tifton and Tifdwarf grass and a Weather Matic Irrigation System with Distance Indicator System.
- Front Nine: 3 lakes and 2 ravines
- Back Nine: 5 ravines
- 5 interconnected lakes
- Independent Deepwell
- Clubhouse with restaurant, pro shop, locker and shower rooms
- Putting green
- Driving range
The staff of Pueblo De Oro Golf Course are courteous and professional, ready to cater to the needs of its clientele.
They also wish to remind members and visitors of the following:
- Tee-off time is between 6:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday to Sunday.
- Only cash in Philippine Peso and credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Diners, & RCBC)
- Players should be in proper golf attire (shirt with collar, golf shoes with soft spikes, short or long pants as long as it is not denim-like or running shorts.)
- Onesome and twosome are allowed on weekdays.
- Caddie fee, umbrella girl, tee house and restaurant must be paid in cash.
- Please coordinate with the Pueblo Golf office for fun golf tournaments or group fee discounts.
Cagayan de Oro is accessible by land, air and water transportation.
Lumbia Airport, often called Cagayan de Oro Airport, the airport serves flights from Cebu, Manila and Davao. Airline carriers such as Philippine Airlines, and Zest Airways and budget and regional carriers such as Cebu Pacific and Air Philippines.
Cagayan de Oro Port is a modern International seaport situated near the estuary of the Cagayan de Oro River, it has an anchorage depth of 18 meters and is around 400 meters from the shoreline. It serves regular boat trips to and from Manila, Cebu, Tagbilaran, Bacolod, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Iligan and Jagna, Bohol. The port has two authorized cargo-handling operators and is one of the busiest seaports in the Philippines.
- Super Ferry
- Cebu Ferries
- Trans Asia
- Negros Navigation
- Sulpicio Lines
- Gothong Lines
Cagayan de Oro is quite sufficient when it comes to land transportation. You can easily roam around the city by any means of land transport. There are three integrated bus and jeepney terminals, which offer regular land trips:
- Agora Integrated Bus Terminal offers regular land trips to and from Gingoog, Bukidnon, Kabacan, North Cotabato, Butuan, Surigao (in the Caraga region), Davao, Tacurong and Balingoan (ferry going to Camiguin). Recently, the terminal is on a huge renovation.
- Eastbound-Gusa Jeepney Terminal offers regular land trips to and from the eastern towns of Misamis Oriental, Camp Philips, Libona and Manolo Fortich in Bukidnon.
- Westbound-Bulua Integrated Bus and Jeepney Terminal offers regular land trips to and from the western towns of the Misamis Oriental including Laguindingan and El Salvador, Iligan, Marawi, Oroquieta, Ozamiz, Dipolog, Pagadian, Zamboanga and some parts of Western Mindanao.
From Davao, one bus every 30-60min, 7-10h duration, multiple stops including lunch/diner break. The bus station is inside the city market, there are some mid/expensive hotels nearby, jeepney to Pesoria to the town center.
Bus, jeepneys, taxis, multi-cab and the motorela (similar to Thailand's tuk-tuk) are the main mode of land transportation within the city. White and yellow colored air-conditioned taxis with meters installed, and car rentals are also available. Motorellas are slow but you don't have to wait long for them to fill with passengers. Jeepneys are perfectly safe during the day and cost only a tenth of a taxi ride. If it doesn't take you where you meant to go, then you can take one to a large hub, where you can continue with another one.