Penang Golf Courses | Golf in Penang, Malaysia
Whether you are in Penang for business or for pleasure, experience a truly wonderful tropical golfing experience at some of the region’s top greens. Penang’s beautiful and sunny year-round tropical weather provides perfect days for golf. Treat yourself to a luxurious spa after a round of golf, then ready yourself to savour the best of Penang’s cuisine! Get swinging! With excellent golf courses providing different challenges, Penang has blossomed into an ideal destination that combines a memorable vacation with an exciting game of golf. Whether one chooses to tee off amidst lush greenery or by the fringe of a valley, it can be done in superbly designed, international standard golf courses.
Golf Holidays in Penang are a great way to spend some days, as it offers many different sights and tour options.
(challenging 36-hole layout with emphasis on shot making)
Bukit Jawi Golf Resort on Peninsula Malaysia is about a 45 minutes’ drive from Penang International Airport. The 36-hole Penang golf resort is set in a lush tropical landscape and was built on a former hilly oil palm plantation and around large bodies of contoured lakes. Bukit Jawi is 20 kilometers from Penang Island and consistently ranks among the 20 best golf resorts in Malaysia.
(prestigious club and golf course)
Kulim Golf & Country Resort is most successful among the locals and foreign golfers as it's location in the heart of the Kulim Hi-Tech Park, let's golfers experience the new life in the club.
Golfers can enjoy the 27-hole international course and can experience the beautiful surroundings. The layout and clubhouse are designed to promote sportsmanship through golf, social and recreational activities.
(host of the 31st Malaysia Open won by Vijay Singh)
Located near the airport on once a 130-acre hilly rugged and rocky jungle, the Penang Golf Club (former Bukit Jambul Country Club) has established itself as one of Malaysia's top golf clubs right from the opening in 1984. Thereafter, course upgrades and renovations have enabled Penang Golf Club to keep its leadership position among Penang golf courses. In fact, Penang Golf Club was the venue for the 31st Malaysian Open in 1992 which was won by Vijay Singh.
(long course favored by big hitters)
Penang Golf Resort is a 36-hole golf resort nestled within the master plan of a new township developed located in Seberang Perai Utara, Penang and 21 kilometers from Penang city center.
Designed by Graham Marsh, this large and expansive tract of former palm oil plantation has been transformed into two very similar championship layouts - the East and West Courses - promoted as Malaysia's Jewel in the North. The courses are in many ways identical.
(exciting layout that rewards strategy over distance)
Penang Golf Resort is a 36-hole golf resort nestled within the master plan of a new township located in Seberang Perai Utara, Penang and 21 kilometers from Penang city center.
Designed by Graham Marsh, this large and expansive tract of former palm oil plantation has been transformed into two very similar championship layouts - the East and West Courses - promoted as Malaysia's Jewel in the North.
Plenty of earth mounding, numerous stylishly designed bunkers, a handful of water hazards, contoured fairways and a light scattering of trees breaks up the essential flatness of the terrain.