Promote golf sports tourism in Clark, Pampanga – village chief
ANGELES CITY — A village chief in this city has underscored the need to promote the golf sports tourism in the Philippines particularly in Clark Freeport and Pampanga province.
Rodelio “Tony” Mamac, chairman of Barangay Balibago here, said that several places in the Philippines, particularly Clark Freeport and Pampanga have world-class golf courses.
Mamac said that some 50 members, mostly Filipino Americans, of a golfers association in Las Vegas are now in the country.
They arrived in Manila on February 10 and they will stay in the country until February 24, according to Mama, who is also a member of the sports associ at i on.
The group already played at the Camp John Hay in Baguio City and Pradera Golf Club in Lubao town, Pampanga.
Mamac said that they are set to play in Anvaya Cove in Bataan on February 17, Sun Valley Golf Club in Clark Freeport on February 20, East Ridge Golf in Antipolo City on February 21, and Forrest Hills in Cogeo Antipolo on February 22.
Mamac said he will ask the group to raise funds for a yearly medical mission in various parts of the country.