14 May 10 Best Golf Courses in Malaysia
When we talk about Malaysia, we all know it is the ultimate travel destination for travelers. From food to art Malaysia has everything a traveler can ask for. But if you are a traveler and a golfer then Deemples has good news for you! In our article, we have featured 10 Best Golf Courses in Malaysia to make your vacation more exciting.
We are writing about the 10 best golf courses in Malaysia so couldn’t add more than 10. But definitely there are more golf courses deserves to be in the list. It was hard to narrow down to 10. Let’s begin!
Nestled at the lush greenery and a hilltop setting of Bukit Kiara, TPC Kuala Lumpur is a premier golf and country club. It is one of the best golf courses in KL and situated right at the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
The main attraction of TPC KL is its green getaway which helps the golfers to escape out of their monotonous life. Other than the scenic beauty, TPC KL also hosted the CIMB Classic and Sime Darby LPGA. Memberships are quite expensive in TPC, around RM200k!
Establishing itself as the No. 1 golf club in Malaysia is the Saujana Golf & Country Club. They were made up of rolling hills and tranquil lakes with two internationally renowned golf facilities – the Palm Course and the Bunga Raya Course – both designed by Ronald Fream. They are hosting Maybank Championship every year.
Saujana Golf & Country Club has two golf courses each having 18-hole par 72. Palm course is the star of SGCC among these two courses. Though Bunga Raya is not the star but it’s also quite famous among the golfers for its longevity and layouts. Click here to read more.
The Mines Resort and Golf Club is undoubtedly one of the best golf courses in Selangor, Malaysia. If you are coming from Kuala Lumpur International Airport it will take you a 45 minutes drive to get there. This 18 hole par 72 golf course won several awards which include – Top 100 Course, Number 2 Course in Malaysia, Top 10 Course in Asia.
They also hosted various professional events like the World Cup of Golf in 1997, the Kuala Lumpur Open, and The KL SEA Games 2017, etc. Walk-in rates are RM1300 per person, so no one really plays there if you don’t know a member.
This golf course is situated on the South East Peninsular Malaysia, just
In both the courses, you will get some high risk-reward shots where appropriate club selection is a must. They both provide challenges for all skill levels. Click to read more.
Kota Permai Golf & Country Club opened in 1998 in Kota Kemuning. Before this, Kota Kemuning was not particularly known for great golfing places. But, when Kota Permai Golf & Country Club opened with its 18-hole Kota Permai championship course designed by top international architect Ross Watson. It has drawn golfers by the droves, garnering a reputation among Malaysia’s golfing community.
It is considered to be one of the best golf courses in Kuala Lumpur and also in Asia. Mainly because KPGCC has an extensive portfolio of professional golf championships and events. For examples, the qualifying sessions for the World Cup of Golf in 2007 and one European Tour Malaysian Open had been done here. Not to forget, a lot of business people golf here to connect with each other. So if you are one, you better start golfing here.
The Els Club is one of the most extravagant golf courses in Malaysia. It consist of 18 holes with par 72. The club came in 83rd in the world for the top 100 greatest golf courses in the world. If you’re planning on visiting The Els Club, it’s only a 40 minutes drive from the Langkawi International Airport. The Els offers an ocean view with a beautiful mountain and rainforest backdrop.
In fair exchange for the golf course’s breathtaking view and atmosphere, the green fee for a tee time slot at the Els is lavish compared to other courses in Malaysia.
Founded in 1893, The Royal Selangor Golf Club is best known for its acronym and illustrious history. RSGC offers an incredible view of the city center and a panoramic landscape of the city’s skyline from the 45 hole parkland course. Even if a member brings you in, it’ll cost you RM500 per round.
This golf course is not only one of the oldest but also the founding ground of golf in Malaysia. Located in the ‘Golden Triangle’ of Kuala Lumpur City Center and only 30 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Since its establishment in 1993, the Glenmarie & Country Club has come a long way and is currently renowned as one of the best golf courses in Kuala Lumpur. Once you get a glimpse of the GGCC, the reasons for its fame become crystal clear. Because GGCC’S had created a new benchmark for the state-of-the-art maintenance processes, which its owner the DRB-HICOM Group have put in place.
It sure helps to ensure that the club exceeds expectations time and time again especially the drainage system. They can start resume just minutes after a heavy downpour since it is so advance. It certainly seems that no expense has been spared in helping to ensure that the most up-to-date machinery is used at all times. And their field staff is constantly working on new ideas to improve and upgrade the courses. Clearly, Glenmarie Country Club is one of the best golf courses in Kuala Lumpur.
Tiara Melaka Golf & Country Club is located in Ayer Keroh in Malaysia. This course was designed by Nelson, Wright and Hayworth and established in 2001. Once you are in Tiara golf course you will be stunned by the natural jungle vibe of this golf course. The golf club offers three golf courses, meaning golfers can choose between 9-hole challenges among their Lake course, the Woodland course and the Meadow course. All of these three courses have been designed differently so that the golfers can have different platforms while playing.
As per their names, the Lake course comes with several water challenges before you can get to the 9th hole. In the Woodland course you will get wooden restrictions and in the Meadow course you will have to face different challenges which include palm trees and other obstacles.
Horizon Hills is one of the most modern and hidden jewels among all the golf courses in Johor. It was established in 2008 and was designed by Ross Watson. This golf course is sitting in the heart of Nusajaya with 1,200 hectares.
Around the years they have brought many changes to the course between their tee and green. If you are a golf lover Horizon hills is one of the golf courses which can be included into any playlist while golfing in Johor.
Based on our research, we think these 10 Best Golf Courses in Malaysia will be worth trying. If you happen to be in Malaysia and have no one to play golf with, Deemples golf app is here to help you.
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