Kuching Golf Courses | Golf in Kuching, Malaysia
(Arnold Palmer designed resort course)
The Damai Golf and Country Club in Sarawak opened in 1996 and featured the first Arnold Palmer designed course in Malaysia. The golf course borders the foothills of Mount Santubong and plays along the beaches, rocky outcrops and mangrove forests on a peninsula protruding into the South China Sea. Damai Golf and Country Club has hosted major golf events such as the Damai Challenge, World Golf Amateur Challenge and Carlsberg Golf Classic.
(challenging 36 hole layout near Kuching City)
Kelab Golf Sarawak (Sarawak Golf Club) is the closest golf course to the center of Kuching City and is the only 36-hole golf course in Sarawak.
The course consists of the south facing Matang/Santubong 18 and Siol/Demak 18 in the northern direction. There are total two 18-hole golf courses on flat terrain, making exquisite use of water hazards.
(one of the oldest golf courses in Malaysia)
Discovery of oil in 1905 brought wealth, prosperity and tremendous growth to the then small fishing village of Miri. Today, Miri has evolved into a bustling metropolis. To cater to the recreation of the expatriates flowing in from the Netherlands and England, Miri Golf Club established as early as 1910.