According to SMBer, Malaysia has everything a golf lover needs: beautiful fields, salons, shops, fitness equipment. In addition, the golfer is surrounded by a beautiful landscape, the grounds are covered with beautiful grass. Some golf courses are even located in the middle of the jungle, which, of course, will attract fans of the exotic. And, finally, excellent service will be a worthy addition to the beauties of Malaysian golf clubs.
Golf Club in Datai Bay
Address: Jalan Teluk Datai, PO Box 6, Kuah, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah
Designer: Ted Parslow Course
: 18 holes, par 72, 5994 meters
Green Fee: RM300 + bogey
Services: Restaurants, practice driving range, putting greens, driving range with bunkers and chips, golf equipment shop, instructor, accommodation.
The course is located 40 minutes from the airport and provides an excellent opportunity to play golf.
At the magnificent Datai Bay course, nestled in the virgin jungle, the golfer has the unique opportunity to play on a course that is unlike any other in Malaysia. Surprisingly varied course with difficult climbs and descents, hilly in some places, flat in others, with bunkers, water barriers and jungle – all this together allows you to really try your hand at the course, located on the legendary island of Langkawi. Par can be truly deserved on the narrow fairways of Datai Bay, where the jungle seems to draw your shots. Here you get real pleasure from the game. The fairways are covered with Bermuda grass, the greens are Tifway and Tifdwarf. Datai Bay is quite a difficult course and some holes are difficult to par. Do not let yourself be mesmerized by the beauties of the field and surroundings, as full concentration is the key to success.
Golf Club at Kajang Hill
Address: Lot 1917, off 29 km Jalan Semenyih, 43500 Semenyih, Selangor Darul Ehsan
Designer: M. Saito Course
: 18 holes, par 72, 6385 meters
Green Fee: RM63 weekdays days, RM189 weekends Bogey: RM52.5
Services: Restaurants, practice driving range, putting greens, driving range with bunkers and chips, golf equipment shop, instructor, locker rooms with whirlpool and sauna, banquet rooms and swimming pool.
The club is located about 25 kilometers from Kuala Lumpur on the main highway Kuala Lumpur – Seremban. Here you can relax playing golf.
On this 367-acre course, surrounded by dense forest, golfers can concentrate on their birdies, par and reyer needles in a peaceful setting. The course is slightly hilly and is a happy mix of Japanese and Malaysian scenery and aesthetics. Some holes may seem pretty easy, but overconfident play can cost you dearly on Kajang Hill. Bermuda grass is used for the course, Tifway for the fairways and Tifdwarf for the greens. Considered a good course for an exciting game, Kajang Hill is rightfully highly regarded among golfers.
Country Golf Club Kota Permai
Address: no. 1, Jalan 31/100A, Kota Kemuning Section 31, 40460 Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan
Designer: Ross Watson Course
: 18 holes, par 72, 6396 meters
Green Fee: RM100 per Weekdays, RM200 Weekend Caddy (Player’s Assistant): RM30 Bogey: RM40 Services: Restaurants, Practice Driving Range, Putting Greens, Driving Range with Bunkers and Chips, Golf Equipment Shop, Instructor, Dressing Rooms with Whirlpool
sauna, banquet rooms, swimming pool, Gary Player golf academy and night golf.
You can get here in 40 minutes on the KESAS highway from Kuala Lumpur.
On this course, designed by Ross Watson, you will have plenty of opportunities to show off your skills and experience the thrill. In addition to the water hazards, there are 77 bunkers scattered across the field to keep balls out. The bunkers are filled with special quartz sand, through which the rain calmly sinks into the ground, which allows you to play immediately after a thunderstorm. Members of the Kota Permai Club have chosen hole 2, par 4, 339 meters as their most important hole. And the designer’s favorite hole is on the hill that ends par 5 at 517 meters. Zoysia is used for fairways, Tifdwarf for greens. Known as the Home of the Volvo Masters, Kota Permai is popular with both local and visiting golfers due to the stunning variety of obstacles and terrain. There are many visitors here even on weekdays.
Mines Resort & Golf Club
Address: 10 1/5 miles, Jalan Sg. Besi, 43300, Seri Kembangan, Selangor Darul Ehsan
Designer: Robert Trent Jones Jr.
Course: 18 holes, par 71, 6224 meters
Green fee: MYR 280 weekdays, MYR 350 weekend Caddies (assistant player): MYR 40 Bogey
: MYR 70
Services: Restaurants, practice driving range, fitness equipment, putting green, driving range with bunkers and chips, a golf equipment shop, an instructor, locker rooms with Jacuzzi and sauna, banquet halls and a swimming pool.
From Kuala Lumpur, you can get here on the Kuala Lumpur – Seremban highway, and then turn to the left exit to Kelab Lumba Kuda. At the roundabout, turn right, then left to the Palace of the Golden Horses and drive to the golf course.
A wonderful 18 hole par 71 course (6200 meters) designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. The course hosted the 1999 World Championship, which was won by Tiger Woods and Mark O’Meara, and the Women’s World Championship in 2000, which was won by Australia’s Karrie Web and Rachel Hetherington. A great honor for this field and all of Malaysia. The magnificent hilly course provides excellent opportunities to test your skills. It is located next to the magical beauty of the lake, which was once the world’s largest open tin mine. Greenless Park is used for fairways and Bermuda Tifdwarf for greens. Playing on the Mines course is a real pleasure. Here you are allowed to choose your clubs carefully, as this is absolutely necessary for successful play on this beautiful field.
Awana Genting Highlands Country Golf Club
Address: 13 km, Genting Highlands, 69000 Pahang Darul Makmur
Designer: Ronald Fream Course
: 18 holes, par 71, 5763 meters
Green fee: RM105 weekdays, RM157.5 Weekend
Services: Restaurants, practice driving range, putting greens, driving range with bunkers and chips, golf equipment shop, instructor, locker rooms with whirlpool and sauna, banquet rooms, swimming pool, accommodation.
This golf course is about an hour from Kuala Lumpur on the Karak Highway.
At 3,100 feet above sea level, Awana Golf Country Club offers golfers an exciting game literally in the clouds. The internationally designed 18-hole course features hilly terrain with bunkers, ponds and other water hazards that give golfers the opportunity to test their skills and win par. Clean transparent air, peaceful landscape around the Awana field add positive emotions from an exciting game. Some holes require a lot of skill, but mostly you can just enjoy the game. For a proper warm-up, golfers can try their hand at the putting green or the three-tiered driving range. Cowgrass is used for fairways, Bent grass (a type of temperate climate) for greens.
Karambunai Resorts Golf Club
Address: PO Box 270, 88450 Menggatal, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Designer: Ronald Fream Course
: 18 holes, par 72, 5997 meters
Green fee: RM240 per person weekdays, weekends and public holidays (including green and bogey fees)
Bogey: RM30 per person
Services: Restaurants, practice driving range, putting greens, driving range with bunkers and chips, golf equipment shop, instructor, locker rooms, banquet facilities, accommodation.
Karambunai Resorts Golf Club is located 30 kilometers or approximately 30 minutes drive from Kota Kinabalu. Follow the road to Malaysia Sabah University. After 15 minutes drive you will reach Jalan Indah Housing traffic light. Turn left and drive another 15 minutes to the intersection where the Karambunai Resorts golf club is located on your right. Watch for the big blue Karambunai sign to the left.
Karambunai Resorts Golf Club is located near Kota Kinabalu and about 30 minutes drive from Kota Kinabalu International Airport. This club boasts a state of the art 18 hole par 72 championship course, well designed in natural beauty by renowned American golf course architect Ronald Fream. This course, a real pearl of Malaysia, stretches for 6063 meters between the hills and the picturesque seashore. The field condition and peat grass are unparalleled in Sabah. The course starts inland and runs along the beach between holes 3 and 5 with Mount Kinabalu in the background. The field has a large number of memorable, attention-demanding obstacles for players of all levels. There is also a golf saloon, a cocktail bar, an ammunition shop, locker rooms, a driving range, putting green and chip machines.