Mimosa Golf and Country Club in Clark, Angeles, has promised to put its best foot forward when it plays host to the men’s regular and senior events of the Philippine Airlines (PAL) Interclub golf tournament beginning February 25. Following the last-minute pullout of Fontana Korea Golf Club, Mimosa has made it 36-hole course available for the more than 1,000 players competing in two events spread over 10 days. “We’re currently sprucing up the course in time for the competition,” said Mimosa course consultant Jelly Palmes. “We’re expecting the greens to be faster than what they are now.” The Mountainview is the harder of two 18-hole courses that will be used. From the championship tee, it measures 7,303 yards. It features narrow fairways, rolling terrains and an island green. The Acacia and Lakeview plays much shorter at 6,546 yards, although its opening hole — a monstrous 445-yard, par-4 – will immediately test one’s readiness. The seniors’ event will kick off action on Feb. 25 with Canlubang and Luisita expected to renew their storied rivalry.