Situated 28 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur, Templer Park Country Club (TPCC) is an 18-hole, par-72 course, designed by the renowned Japanese professional golfer, Kentaro Sato. Opened for play in 1990, the course layout has stood the test of time and gained a reputation for being a true championship course.
Routed among limestone cliffs, it is known for being one of the most scenic golf courses in Malaysia. From almost every hole, golfers can enjoy stunning views of the craggy limestone outcrops and the surrounding rainforest-clad hills. At a length of 7,143-yards at the tips, the course is comparatively long with numerous strategically placed bunkers coming into play. TPCC is a regular host of the Malaysian Open, an event sanctioned by both the European and Asian PGA.
Facilities include spacious locker rooms, a number of restaurants and a golf school. Caddies are available for hire, as are golf clubs. Very reasonable green fees make this spectacular championship course a popular choice among locals and visitors alike.