Ibai Golf & Country Club
The Ibai Golf & Country Club in Terengganu is an Andy Dye-designed 18-hole championship golf couse in an integrated country resort that also features tastefully designed residential villas and apartments. This Malaysia golf club is located within 10 minutes drive form Kuala Terengganu town centre, and only 45 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur by air. The 7,150-yard Par 72 Ibai Golf Course meanders naturally along the Ibai River and captures the spirit and challenge of the raw beauty of the State of Terengganu. It offers 18 holes of championship world-class golf, recreating the challenges, fun and excitement of traditional golf. The golf course requires unlimited and creative shot-making from experienced golfers, yet it is playable and fun for the novice golfers. The fairways are carpeted with Hawaiian Seashore Paspalum grass while the greens are coated with Bermuda Tifdwarf.
The Ibai Golf Course has all the tradition and experience in design of three generations of the Dye family of golf designers who have been linked with some of the best golf courses in the world. It has been designed to be in close harmony with the beautiful environment it is in - a perfect match of nature, sport and art. Featuring numerous lakes and long, sandy bunkers, ravines that run through the fairway, and sand traps which protect the greens, the Ibai Golf Course offers a challenging experience to golfers of all levels of skill and the unique experience of playing in close harmony with nature. The Ibai Golf Course has been the popular venue for major golf tournaments held in this part of the country.
Just a five-minute drive from the hustle and din of Kuala Terengganu lies the Ibai Golf and Country Club. Open in March 1999 this world class championship 18-hole par 72 buggy course belongs to Kuala Ibai Development Sdn Bhd.
Designed to take full advantage of the inherent beauty and character of its location this magnificient 18 hole layout winds through the site giving golfers the unique experience of playing in harmony with the environment.