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Nilai Springs Golf & Country Club

Address: PT 4770, Nilai Springs, 71800 Putra Nilai, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Clubhouse: +60 6 850 8888
Email: club@nilaisprings.com.au
Website: www.nilaisprings.com.my
Comments: Nilai Springs Golf and Country Club is a 27-hole golf course nestled within the master of a new township in Putra Nilai, Nilai Springs. The golf course was designed by local David Lim Course Architect with a spacious clubhouse and facilities offering excellent venue for entertaining family, clients and friends for business or simple pleasure.  The Club opened in 1996 and very popular to the local and tourist golfers. Located just 35 minutes south of Kuala Lumpur and 15 minutes from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) at Sepang and Putra Jaya the Country's new administrative centre.  The golf club evokes vivid images of green, wide, undulated fairways surrounded by the lusciousness of local flora. Designed to blend with nature, the increasingly popular golf course is carefully preserved and maintained for the benefit of its members and guests. The nature concept is clearly seen through the preservation of an existing stream, which now serves as a water hazard as well as a conservation of the sites natural features and contours.  For golfers who thrive on challenges, the golf course is not short of exciting offerings. its sand traps, water hazards, island greens and two very special signature holes are sure to test their golfing skills and keep them coming back for more.  Course: 27 Holes

Sabah Golf & Country Club

Address: Jalan Kolam, Bukit Padang Kota Kinabalu, Sabah Malaysia
Clubhouse: +60 88 224 788
Proshop: +60 88 247 533
Email: sgcccm@gmail.com
Website: www.sgccsabah.com/
Comments: Sabah’s oldest 18-hole golf course which opened for play in 1976. A beautiful course in a central and easy to access location in Kota Kinabalu. This challenging par 72, 6335m championship course was designed by Robert Muir Graves and acknowledged as one of South East Asia’s toughest courses.

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