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Kuala Lumpur golf courses

You are spoilt for choice in Kuala Lumpur as there are many golf courses within easy reach of the city and we have highlighted the best of them here.  You can also read our blog post on the Best Golf Courses in Malaysia.

Best Golf Clubs in Kuala Lumpur

Kota Permai Golf & Country Club
Arguably the best golf course in Malaysia. The Kota has hosted many events here including the Asian Tour Volvo Masters, the co-sanctioned European Tour Malaysian Open and the World Cup of Golf. The par-4 2nd has been awarded Most Beautiful Hole in Malaysia – why? The reason is the water to the left of the hole before a fairway with cleverly sculptured bunkers which you can’t see ahead. You need accurate shots here. Amusingly the club’s logo is a small squirrel and is to the left of the green.

TPC Kuala Lumpur, East Course
This is a championship standard course just outside the city and voted the 4th best golf course in Malaysia. It’s a picturesque course with a combination of natural grasses and wetlands.

TPC Kuala Lumpur Golf , West Course
The Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club is a challenging course and one of the most exciting in Malaysia. The clubhouse has been refurbished in a Californian style with a hint of Spanish and comes with superb facilities. A good game and an excellent after game drink to follow. It’s well worth a visit.

Palm Garden Golf Club
A good golf club with excellent golf on offer on a course that’s been well maintained. The prices are moderate and it’s a quality club that comes highly recommended.
The Putra course is tough to begin with and has water on the first hole, trees are all around many of the holes and accuracy is required on almost all. There still some tricky water carries after you’ve left the trees behind.  The Palm course is a little easier with wide fairways and some rough that doesn’t prove to be too problematic. The nine can be tough though with the par-3 15th having a stone wall directly ahead of the green, and if your shot is too short it can land in the pond that sits from the tee to the green.

Saujana Golf & Country Club, Bunga Raya Course
This is a visually stunning course with beautiful views from the 1st and 10th elevated tees. There are plenty of elevations along the way and you’ll see how really good you are at judging distance. The 9th travels down into a valley, and the par-3 13th has a dramatic drop from the tee to a green.

Saujana Golf & Country Club, Palm Course
The course comes with super-fast greens and fairways lined with palm trees. Each hole will test you and the water, trees, hills and jungle look stunning with plenty of magnificent views on offer from the elevated tees.

Glenmarie Golf & Country Club
This golf course is a 30 minute drive from the Airport and the two championship courses are well respected and considered among the best golf courses in Malaysia, at least in the top 10. The clubhouse is quite impressive and leaves a good impression on you as you enter. The Garden is comparatively easier than its sister course, probably due to a renovation back in 2010. Its home to an impressive amount of natural flora and fauna and added to that are the black and white swans on the lake.

Templer Park Golf & Country Club
A course that’s in excellent condition with beautiful scenery and a really first class experience all round, with attentive staff and excellent service.  The Templer Park is situated in a virgin forest north of Kuala Lumpur. It was designed by the Japanese Jumbo Osaki, once a professional golfer himself.  This course is hard, but rewarding. A round of golf here is a real must as part of your golfing holiday in Malaysia.

Tropicana Golf & Country Resort
The Tropicana promises some excellent fairways in Malaysia. The 3rd nine should be avoided where possible, focussing on the superb 18 championship holes.  The course was built on a rubber plantation back in the early nineties with 27 holes on offer. The 18 hole West Course is good and infinitely preferable to the East Course which you should avoid.

Bukit Unggul Country Club
The word Bukit means hills and Bukit Unggul is an attractive golf course south of Kuala Lumpur and not far from Dengkil. There’s plenty of wildlife and jungle that makes the course so inviting but the fairways are clearly badly cared for with dry patches, dead grass and generally come with a messy appearance. The bunkers don’t fare better with unkempt sand and also littered unintentionally with stones.  The green fees are reasonable which is just as well when you consider the state of the course. The design is quite refreshing, but charging more and improving the course would be a better idea. Don’t expect too much at this course and you won’t be disappointed.

Kelab Golf Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah
An immaculate and well maintained course with some challenging golf on offer. The course is designed by Peter Thompson and has three nine hole loops.  This majestically named golf course comprises of waving landscape and over 20,000 trees, that together make for an aesthetically pleasing championship course that’s hosted both professional golfers here and royalty.  The course has some pretty impressive floodlights so play at night is possible, but the course is best enjoyed during the day, as at night judging the distance of the sloping landscape is that bit harder.

Kelab Golf Perkhidmatan Awam
A challenging course in immaculate condition with some excellent golf on offer for golfers of all abilities. An accomplished course and voted the most difficult golf course in Malaysia.  You can take the Lakes or the Forest nine, with the Lake nines 18 holes being longer.

The Forest nine is shorter and is perhaps more suited to beginners and older players. It’s just under 3,000 yards but does contain some tricky holes, so although short it does present some challenges. Both courses offer their own levels of difficulty and a good day’s golf is on the cards whatever your level of ability.

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Amverton Cove Golf Island Resort

Price on application
Ted Parslow
7010 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
4 1

Located on the beautiful Malaysian Island of Carey you will come across a hidden gem.

Amverton Cove Golf and Island Resort is quite simply a must play track, and at just 50 minutes from Kuala Lumpur, the course is easily accessible by car, and it is worth the journey.

Amverton Cove offers 18 holes of magical design that has been crafted to ensure the golfer gets a complete experience of both the wonderful golf course and the local environment, which is stunning.

Awana Genting Highlands Golf Resort

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Ronald Fream
6562 yards | Resort
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
4 1

Awana Genting Highlands Golf & Country Resort near Kuala Lumpur is a part of the popular Genting Highland resort complex which sits on top of the hill.  This is really a resort golf course in average condition and is a challenge for most high handicappers because the course is extremely tight with very narrow fairways lined by the jungle so very little room for error.

Bangi Golf Resort

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Ronald Fream
6804 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
4 1

Bangi Golf Resort in Kuala Lumpur is one of the closest golf courses to the city close to the new townships of Putrajaya and Cyberjay.  It is a 27-hole course with the three nines names as Kajang, Putrajaya and Bangi.  One of the shortest and easiest courses in Kuala Lumpur so everyone will enjoy playing here and should score well.   There is a choice of five different tee boxes which is slightly confusing and most people would normally head for the Blue tees but here they actually equate to the normal white tees so better golfers will probably want to take on this courses from the Black tees.

Bukit Jalil Golf Country Resort

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3713 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 3.0 out of 5
3 1

Bukit Jalil Golf and Country Resort is located just outside Kuala Lumpur, close to the Bukit Jalil National Sports Complex and Stadium.  There are a number of roads which lead to it from the city centre and the airport, so it’s very easy to get to but be aware there will be a lot of traffic on these roads, other than early in the morning, so plan plenty of time for your journey, especially if you have booked a tee-time.

Bukit Kemuning Golf Country Resort

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6730 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
4 1

Nestling between the neighbourhoods of Kota Kemuning and Bukit Rimau, not far from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is the Bukit Kemuning Golf and Country Resort.  This is a golf club which is sometimes overlooked, perhaps due to the more well-known courses in the region but it’s definitely worth a visit and is one of those courses classed as a ‘hidden gem’ and rightly so.



Bukit Unggul Country Club

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Ronald Fream
6406 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 3.4 out of 5
3.4 1

Bukit Unggul Country Club is a  very pretty and well-designed course set in a valley about 45 minutes from the centre of Kuala Lumpur.  Playing this hilly golf course requires good course management and sensible club selection. Not in great condition but still fun to play and excellent value especially at weekends.

Danau Golf Club

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7365 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 3.8 out of 5
3.8 1

Lake Golf Club in Kuala Lumpur is quite a challenging course and features undulating fairways lined by trees, several large water hazards, well-protected greens and fairways cleverly placed bunkers. It has been specially designed to cater to players of all standards and offer a choice of tee boxes to suit your playing standard.

Glenmarie Golf Country Club

MYR345 (THB2,601)
345 MYR
Max Wexler
6901 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 3.9 out of 5
3.9 7

Glenmarie Golf Club in Kuala Lumpur is yet another top-class 36-hole layout with two great golf courses designed by Max Wexler.  The Garden Course is a resort-style course and the Valley Course is a true championship course.  Slightly let down by poor caddies and indifferent service.

Impian Golf Country Club

MYR175 (THB1,320)
175 MYR
Ross C. Watson
6959 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 3.6 out of 5
3.6 1

Located in amongst a very beautiful tropical jungle setting, the Impian Golf Club in Kuala Lumpur is a championship golf course often recognized as being one of the better golf courses in the area. It's reasonably accessible and takes around 40 minutes from the city. 

Let's take you through some of the more interesting holes on this course.

Kelab Golf Perkhidmatan Awam

MYR150 (THB1,131)
150 MYR
Ronald Fream
6661 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 3.4 out of 5
3.4 1

Kelab Golf Perkhidmatan Awam Malaysia (KGPA) in Kuala Lumpur is a 27-hole layout not far from the city centre which is idea for golfer of all standards.  Currently only 18 holes available for play.

The championship course consisting of the Hill & Lakes nines is a fairly classic par 72. The third nine (Forest), is undergoing a major renovation and unlikely to open until the middle of 2015.

Kelab Golf Seri Selangor

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Ross Watson
6971 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
4 1

Opened for play in 1998, Kelab Golf Seri Selangor was the first golf course in Malaysia to open as a public course.  Designed by Ross Watson, the 18-hole golf course is 6,374 metres long and plays to a par-72.  The course is easily accessible from Kuala Lumpur airport and the city centre.  In terms of the layout and features, Kelab Golf Seri Selangor offers a little bit of everything.

Kelab Rahman Putra Malaysia

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Tun Ghafar Baba
6704 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
4 1
Kelab Rahman Putra Malaysia is one of the country's most popular clubs. 
It was established through the development of club that fosters admirable and 
commendable social awareness, goodwill, community spirit and healthy living through active sporting activities. This 36-hole golf course, which extends over 279 acres of land, is intertwined with shimmering lakes and captivating greenery, reflecting golfing experience of its greatest possible splendour. 
Enhanced with natural environment, rolling terrain, rock formations, bunkers and dips, the course is unique challenge for golfers of all standard. 


Kinrara Golf Club

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E.H. Parslow & Roslee Muda
6585 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
4 1

Situated only 15 km from Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Kinrara Golf Club is one of the most easily accessible golf courses in the Klang Valley. Kinrara Golf Club is a public 18-hole golf course. 

At 5,841 meters, Kinrara Golf Course is a short course but with long par-5s, rough and hazards that penalizes inaccurate drives, and a giant 403 meters dogleg par 4 signature 18th hole to end the round, players are challenged to carry their best game to post a good score. The landscape is easy on the eye, with mature trees and streams crisscrossing the golf course. Beautiful bungalows and villas can be seen nestling among trees at some holes outside the border of the course.

The maintenance of the golf course is currently being carried out by the TPC Kuala Lumpur team, which took over from the previous team in November 2018. This would improve the course even further, and it will be another good reason to play at Kinrara.

Kota Permai Golf Club

MYR400 (THB3,016)
400 MYR
Ross Watson
69958 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 4.5 out of 5
4.5 4

Carving its way through an oil palm estate Kota Permai Golf Club in Kuala Lumpur is a top-class golf course designed by Ross Watson which is always in excellent condition and has won numerous awards. Very enjoyable challenge for golfers of all standard.

Kota Seriemas Golf Country Club

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Nigel Douglas
6904 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
4 1

A brand new course in Kuala Lumpur which we have not had a chance to play yet.  Its still in the soft launch phase and although the fairways are in good condition the greens still need time to bed down.  Challenging back nine with plenty of elevation changes and numerous water hazards.  Give it a chance to mature and this wil become one of the best golf courses in the area. Driving range will open early 2017 and pro-shop later this year.

Mines Resort & Golf Club

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Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
6966 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 4.8 out of 5
4.8 1

Situated just outside the city of Kuala Lumpur, the Mines Resort is in a very convenient location for residents and visitors alike.  The 18-hole golf course was designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr. and opened for play in 1994, playing to a total of 6,191 metres, at a par of 72.

Monterez Golf Country Club

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6275 yards |
Review Score: 3.6 out of 5
3.6 1

Monterez Golf & Country Club adopted the definition of the Mayan civilization, known as one of the most advanced civilizations in the world, developing a highly sophisticated style of art and architecture. Monterez Golf & Country Club is probably familiar with most golfers in the Klang Valley area, being one of the most accessible golf courses around. It is fairly short and narrow, hence quite playable.

Nilai Springs Golf & Country Club

MYR145 (THB1,093)
145 MYR

6138 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
4 1

Ideally located Nilai Springs Golf and Country Club is just 15 minutes from Kuala Lumpur International Airport and 30 minutes from downtown Kuala Lumpur.

A superb championship layout, with any three of the 9-hole loops combining perfectly to create a true championship test of golf.

As you stand on every single tee you are faced with a plethora of danger, that will test the very best golfers game, skill and nerve.

Palm Garden Golf Club

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Ted Parsow
6591 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
4 1

Palm Garden Golf Club is a very enjoyable and highly recommended 27-hole course in immaculate condition a short distance from the centre of Kuala Lumpur. The course was totally upgraded in 2008 and offers superb playing conditions and a very reasonable price.

Saujana Golf Country Club

MYR495 (THB3,732)
495 MYR 450 1000 MYR
Ronald Fream
6992 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
4 1

Saujana Golf Country Club is another top-class golfing complex in Kuala Lumpur with two championship golf courses.  The Palm Course was carved out of the rugged terrain of a former oil palm plantation and the Bunga Raya which is more open but with plenty of water.

Staffield Country Resort

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Graham Marsh & Ross Watson
7108 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
4 1

Golf courses don´t get much prettier than Staffields Golf Course in Seremban, Malaysia.

Designed by Graham Marsh and Ross Watson the 27- hole complex opened in 1994 and quickly gained recognition as one of the best courses in Malaysia.

The 27-holes are set out in a 335-acre site, with rolling hill and meadowlands that create a unique course in the area

Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Golf Country Club

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0 yards |
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
4 1

Situated just a 45-minute drive away from Kuala Lumpur airport and 20 kilometres from the city centre, Kelab Golf Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah, simply known as KGSAAS, is one of Malaysia’s premier golf resorts.  The golf course is set in the royal township of Shah Alam, which is the capital city of the State of Selangor Darul Ehsan.  The 27-hole golf course was designed by Thompson Wolveridge and Associates, including five-time Open champion, Peter Thompson.



Sungai Long Golf Country Club

MYR295 (THB2,224)
295 MYR
Jack Nicklaus
0 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 4.6 out of 5
4.6 1

Sungai Long Golf & Country Club is one of the top ten golf courses in Malaysia (October 2014 issue of Expatriate Magazine) and ranked the Top 7 Best Golf Courses in Malaysia by GolfMag in 2015. It is just a 15-minute drive from the city , located in the self-contained township of Bandar Sungai Long, Cheras, Selangor Darul Eshan. The course provides a World Class 18 hole golf golf course course designed by Jack Nicklaus. This is the first Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course in Malaysia to be officially opened in November 1992.

The course features strategically positioned bunkering, perfectly groomed greens and fairways with generous landing areas throughout, and meticulous landscaping.

TPC Kuala Lumpur (Former KLGCC)

MYR530 (THB3,996)
530 MYR 610 1000 MYR
Nelson & Wright
7372 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 3.9 out of 5
3.9 7

Kuala Lumpur Golf Country Club is without question the best golf course in Kuala Lumpur with two exceptional layouts.  The West Course offer superb playing conditions.  The more famous parkland-style East Course is a true championship course having hosted several international tournaments.

Templer Park Country Club

MYR245 (THB1,847)
245 MYR
Jumbo Ozaki
7215 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
4 1

Templer Park Golf Course is a real escape from the city set in the middle of the jungle a short distance outside Kuala Lumpur.  A very interesting layout and usually in excellent condition with two very distinct nines. Its elevated position make the air a bit cooler.

Tropicana Golf Club

MYR430 (THB3,242)
430 MYR 500 1000 MYR
Graham Marsh
6640 yards | Parkland
Review Score: 4.0 out of 5
4 2

Tropicana Golf & Country Resort in Kuala Lumpur is a top class 27-hole golf course with some of the best fairways to be found anywhere.   We recommend that you play the two East Courses, which make up the championship course rather than the easier West Course.  

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