Established in 1989, this 27-hole, Ronald Fream designed golf course, is renowned as one of Malaysia’s most difficult golf courses. Located just 20 minutes-drive from Kuala Lumpur city center, this classic par-72 course measures 6,887 meters in length. Choose from three nine-hole courses; The Hill, The Lakes and The Forest.
Kelab Golf Perkhidmatan Awam (KGPA) offers players rolling fairways, elevated tees and a mix of large and small well-manicured greens. The signature hole is the monster 8th which has been the undoing of many a good golfer. Other stand out holes include the first hole of the Hills-Lakes course which plays off an elevated tee to a small green. Facilities include onsite restaurant and a driving range. Caddies are mandatory and useful on such a challenging course.
The course is not the prettiest in the area, however the greens and fairways are generally well-maintained. Overall, KGPA is a tough course on which high handicappers will struggle and low-handicappers will feel seriously challenged.