Both courses uses Bermuda Tifway 419 on the fairways while the greens are Bermuda Tifdwarf. Both buggy courses are designed by American Max Wexler and sculpted according to their natural topography.
Glenmarie has earned its reputation for its immaculate maintenance as its owner the DRB- HICOM Group , have spared no expense to ensure that the best and most up-to-date machinery are used. The field staff are constantly coming up with ideas to improve and upgrade both courses. Glenmarie’s drainage system is so advanced , play can resume minutes after a heavy downpour.
The 6,432 metre Garden Course lives up to its name with a rich variety of flora and fauna and aesthetic lakes which meanders its way through a tropical garden with many types of palm trees and flowering shrubs. If eagles and birdies do not creep up on the scoreboard, the plethora of birds to be found on the Garden are amazing. Watch out for the swans, especially the black and white swimming on the lake. The Garden Course has undergone total renovation of its greens plus several aesthetics changes to bunkers, tee-boxes. fairways and cart paths. The renovation exercise was to enhance the beauty of the Garden Course and to make it more challenging.
On the 6,325 metre Valley Course many species of pine trees form the main theme on this narrow but open and scenic course with breathtaking views. Of course, water, also plays a major role in Valley which sprawls over valleys and hills to enhance its beauty and add to its challenges