It is indeed a surprising turn of events when Malaysia entered the big business of golf courses and delivered its own brand of highly feasible, highly attractive golf courses in Kuala Lumpur. So, get on with an experience of the Asian brand of golf culture in this listing of golf courses in Kuala Lumpur.
Saujana Golf & Country Club
Since its opening in 1986, Saujana Golf & Country Club has hosted several distinguished events: three events of Kosaido Malaysian Ladies Open, two separate events Eisenhower Trophy and the Espirito Santo Trophy for the 2002 World Amateur Golf Team Championships. It was also the venue for the $910,000 Carlsberg Malaysia Open Golf Championship of 2001.
It is because Saujana Golf & Country Club possesses two spectacular golf courses The Palm and the Bunga Raya that it got so much accolade by golf critics, including the Asian Golf Monthly 2005 The Best Championship Course in Asia for Palm Course and the 69th spot on the Top 100 Best Courses outside the USA for the Bunga Raya Course by Golf Digest 2005 Survey.
Bukit Jambul Golf & Country Resort
Undulating terrain and fresh greenery provides plenty of aesthetics for the Bukit Jambul Golf & Country Resort, but yet no one can ignore the challenges that are subtlety expressed by the scenic beauty of the place. It even has fruit trees that can be enjoyed by the golfers, an interesting bonus that only adds to its deserving ranking among the best golf courses in Kuala Lumpur. Even the opening hole can be rightfully bear the index rating of one.
Bukit Unggul Country Club
Golf courses are also nature walks, benefiting mind and body. While most golf course do take you to nature, Bukit Unggul Country Club takes you one step closer still. Because this course is one fine example of how a golf course can be carve out of nature’s bosom without really changing anything. The effect? Challenges in their most natural and accepted setting. Waterfalls, natural elevated greens, copses of trees, just naturally perfect.
Glenmarie Golf & Country Club
The Glenmarie Golf & Country Club’s approach for the TPC at Sawgrass the “Island Green” or the 17th hole may be more accepted than TPC’s but that’s not what made the Glenmarie spectacular. A water course, the Glenmarie features plenty of water hazards and water carries remeinscient to the 17th hole. Glenmarie is also vast, plus coupled with those water traps it can definitely pose real challenges even to veteran golfers.