Monterez offers golfers an infinite array of challenges. Its scenic 18-hole par 71 sprawls over 123 acres, featuring terraces, lakes, ponds and man-made waterfalls. These features create a golfer's paradise that stimulates both mind and soul with its sheer beauty and inherent challenges each time you have a game of golf. Amidst the picturesque winding fairways and sloping greens, spacious landscapes have been superbly sculpted to perfection. The sight of shimmering ponds and waterfalls will definitely take your breath away.
Monterez golf course is the true test of course management. At 5,738 metres it may be short, but golfer who wants to shoot below his handicap must be able to control his drives on the tight fairway and avoid hazards that come into play. The big but wayward hitters may opt to leave his No.1 wood in the bag and concentrate instead on keeping the ball in play. To offset the short holes, a variety of hazards that include bunkers on the tiftway fairways and around the greens as well as OBs running alongside fairways and water that comes into play at least nine holes were incorporated.
The tifdwarf greens are always in the fine putting condition, but the undulating surfaces provide the club options to test golfers' nerves and skills by a varied choice of difficult pin placements. Half of the course is constructed against hillsides so there is a tendency for the greens to slope from one side to another.