The Summit Golf Course maintains a long history, as it was originally opened in the 1930's and served as a field for residents of U.S. military bases as well as for the workers of the Panama Canal.
The field was built in the Camino de Cruces National Park, which is where the Spanish transported gold in Colonial times.
It was only until 1850, when the Panama Canal Railroad Company was built, that the Camino de Cruces was no longer used for transit.
It was in 1999, when our family found this abandoned gem and began to build what is now our Summit Golf Club.
Due to our course's unique history, one of its biggest attractions is that you are able to see the Panama Canal Railroad Company cross, as you play.
Our golf course is now open for Green Fee's (Post COVID-19). For an immediate Tee Time reservation, please contact our Whatsapp number +507 6400-8208.