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Malaysian Golf
by: Sophia

Over the years, Malaysia has rapidly grown to be South East Asia’s golfing haven. There are about 200 golf courses all over the country with each having their own identity and charm. You can choose to tee-off amidst the lush and cool greenery or one of the many magnificent courses located at the outskirts of the city.


Among some of the more notable golf courses around Malaysia is the Mines Resort Golf & Country Club, Saujana Golf & Country Club as well as Tropicana Golf & Country Club. These three courses are conveniently located in Klang Valley which makes it an easy drive from Kuala Lumpur city.


All golf courses are equipped with the latest modern facilities and the very best in luxury. Each golf course is meticulously designed to challenge you regardless of whether you’re a pro or just a beginner. These courses are of international standard so rest assured that you won’t be participating in some sort of miniature golf activity.


The beauty of Malaysian golf courses comes from its natural surroundings. Much of the country’s land remains untouched and there are courses tucked away amidst the lush greenery. Such an environment is peaceful and conducive for such a sport.


Golfers generally don’t need to be members of a club to play at the club but being a member does have its perks. Green fees are cheaper and so are buggy charges. The green fees for 18 holes would roughly cost between RM70 to RM200 depending on the club. The more prestigious clubs such as Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club or Royal Selangor Golf Club would have higher green fees but its been said that the courses are magnificent.


If you’re just looking to practice those strokes, there are many driving ranges around town as well. Most of them are located within the clubs but on the off chance you’re at Bandar Utama, there is a driving range available next to the infamous 1 Utama Shopping Complex. Not exactly of international standards but it does serve its purpose.


With modern facilities, luxury and courses of international standards, Malaysia is rapidly making a name for itself as a golfer’s paradise in this part of the world. The tropical weather and the natural surroundings is just something that can’t be bought. So if you’re looking for a golfing destination that promises more than just good golf, Malaysia is the place.

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About The Author

Sophia, Writer for Malaysia
Sophia writes for Streetdirectory Malaysia. Robert J. Steiner manages & is an online gifts and flower site in Malaysia. Sophia is a music graduate from Trinity College London. In between classes, she still finds time to write movie and music reviews for various online and print publications. Now venturing into travel writing, she is able to blend both her passion for wordplay with her passion for travel. 

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