Opened in 1966, Keningau Golf & Country Club is a well-known parkland course just outside Keningau, in the Malaysian state of Sabah. The town of Keningau is best known for its farming of the spice, cinnamon.
At around 1,000 feet above sea level, Keningau Golf and Country Club offers a relatively cool game of golf among rolling hills, creeks and forest trees. At 6,004 meters in length, the course design incorporates undulating fairways and water hazards in the form of creeks and ponds, making for a challenging round.
Between 1985 and 1987, the world-renowned professional golfer, Vijay Singh was the resident professional at the club. He made a host of improvements to make the course more appealing to local and visiting golfers. Vijay Singh, of course went on to become the world number 1 golfer in 2004.
Facilities at the club include a swimming pool, tennis & squash courts and a snack-bar and lounge. Overall, Keningau is a welcoming and friendly members golf club in a beautiful setting.