Malaysia enjoys a comfortable year-round temperature, perfect for swinging golf clubs. With just 330,000 square kilometers of land, there are over 200 golf courses! Malaysian golf courses can be found in cool highland areas, on sandy shores by the sea, on special tropical islands, in lush jungles, and even within skyscrapers. Experience the diverse and colorful golf scenes here.
Recommended Golf Courses
The Mines Resort & Golf Club
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Reasons to visit: Asia's Top 100 + Championship-level greens
Formerly a large mining site in Kuala Lumpur, it has transformed into a large lake surrounded by a famous tourist resort. Half of the course is mountainous, and the other half is lakes and swamps, providing a great variation in elevation and numerous technical challenges. Playing golf at The Mines is a delightful experience with picturesque scenery and top-notch course quality. The course follows the contours of the lake, and the fairways stretch along the lake shore. The terrain is undulating, with significant elevation changes, and ancient trees line both sides. The greens meet international championship standards. This golf course hosted the 1999 World Cup of Golf, where Woods and Mark O'Meara stood out. In 2000, the Women's World Cup was won by Australia's Karrie Webb and Rachel Hetherington, bringing glory to Malaysia and The Mines Resort & Golf Club.
Forest City Golf Resort
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Reasons to visit: Asia's Top 100 + "Desert" landscape
Just 10 minutes from the second link between Malaysia and Singapore, it takes about 40 minutes to drive from Singapore. Unlike most garden-style courses in Southeast Asia, the legendary course designed by Jack Nicklaus and his son takes a unique approach, creating a distinct "desert" type course. The legendary course covers approximately 183 acres, is an 18-hole, par-72 international standard course with a total length of 7,382 yards. It features the longest riverfront view, adorned with palm trees, and elevated sandy areas complemented by expanses of deep green platinum grass on the fairways. This creates a unique golfing experience in the desert, forming a distinctive course landscape. It has been awarded the "Best Customer Experience Golf Club" and "Best Turf Maintenance Award" in Malaysia's "Par Golf" People's Choice Awards for two consecutive years from 2019 to 2020, as well as being selected as a favorite overseas golf course by "GOLF VACATIONS Golf Holidays" for three consecutive years from 2020 to 2022.
Penang Golf Club (Bukit Jambul Golf Club)
Reasons to visit: Malaysia's Best Golf Course + High cost performance
Formerly known as Bukit Jambul Golf Club, Penang Golf Club was developed from rocky hills and has been among Malaysia's best courses since its opening in 1984. It has hosted golf tournaments and the Asian Development Tour. It is known for its 10th hole, located 100 feet above the fairway on a hillside. With beautiful views of Penang Island, dense hilly terrain showcasing the charming scenery of Penang, and the bustling port scenes, this internationally acclaimed golf course offers challenging gameplay for golfers seeking a different experience.