Poresia Golf Club & Resort (Orchid / Sakura course)


4+ (4 gold): one of our top-rated 4-star courses, worthy of 4½ stars.
   Poresia Golf Club & Resort (Orchid / Sakura course) Est. 1990

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Poresia Golf Club & Resort (Orchid / Sakura course): Four interchangeable nine-hole loops - Hibiscus, Orchid, Sakura and Bougainvillea - make-up the 36 championship holes laid out in this former palm oil plantation. The club usually combine Orchid and Sakura at weekends; on weekdays you could find yourself playing any permutation of the four nines. The Orchid course is arguably the best of the four; challenging from start to finish, but likely to be tough-going for high-handicappers. As with the Sakura, the terrain is constantly undulating and lightly palm-tree lined (few other tree varieties compete with the ever-present palms). The generally good-width fairways are sometimes flanked by large railway-sleepered bunkers, while beyond the first-cut, deepish grassy rough awaits. Maintenance standards are generally good at Poresia, especially so around the large, gently contoured greens and their many grassy run-off areas. The 13th (Orchid) is played from the highest point on the Poresia domain, a wonderfully elevated tee-box providing an excellent view of the surrounding plantation; the long downhill par-4 stretching out in front of you. The Sakura course becomes a little tighter in places and less undulating than the Orchid, especially through its middle section. A meandering creek ensures plenty of water hazards lie in wait in Sakura's middle section. A few holes have creeks crossing the fairways twice, setting up some excellent risk-reward opportunities for longer hitters. Although Orchid / Hibiscus are the strongest combination (both originally designed AND built by Pete Dye), the Orchid / Sakura will provide low and mid-handicappers with an excellent and testing outing.

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Making Contact

Poresia Golf Club & Resort
Km 36, Mukim Tanjung Kupang,
Gelang Patah, Johor 81550
Malaysia
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Office   +60 (0)7 510 2033/4
Pro Shop  
Fax

  +60 (0)7 510 1813

Email   resort_poresia@pacificnet.sg
Website   www.dann-app.com/poresia/
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About the course

The course: 18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland.
Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb.
 
Surroundings: Palm oil plantation.
 
Designer: Father/son team of Pete & Perry Dye designed all four nines at Poresia, and personally supervised construction of Orchid & Hibiscus. Sakura & Bougainvillea were built later. Particularly on Orchid & Hibiscus there is plenty of Dye's trademark railway-sleepered bunkering, although several are now being replaced by grass-lined bunkers.
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  Men Back Men Front Women Front
Yards 7004 6496 5433
Par 72 72 72
SSS or Slope 74.1 71.6 71.5
 
At the Same Location:
18-hole par-72 Hibiscus / Bougainvillea combination (6772 yards).
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How2Get There?

25 km SW of Johor Bahru
Poresia is located very close to the Second Link bridge, which connects Johor to the western edge of Singapore. From the Malaysia - Singapore 2nd Crossing Expressway take exit 312 and follow the J4 direction Poresia. Turn into the Leisure Farm entrance for Poresia Golf Club & Resort .

Essential information

Green Fees:
Contact club for green fee details. Credit cards accepted.
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Who can play and When?
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.  Must book in advance. Handicap required.
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Other Information
Golf carts compulsory.

Practice facilities
Good
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Did you know?

Poresia is located within the Leisure Farm domain, a former palm oil plantation, where the development of high-quality housing does not intrude on and cannot be seen from the golf course. Based on its location in Malaysia and close proximity to Singapore, the name Poresia was created by combining the endings of the words SingaPORE and MalaySIA. In this Japanese owned and managed club, three of the nines are named after national flowers : Hibiscus (Malaysia), Orchid (Singapore) and Sakura (Japan).

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Location

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Latitude: (1.404500)
Longitude: (103.603220)
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Where2Stay including nearby courses also detailed in where2golf.com

The Puteri Pacific 5-star
The Kotaray, Jalan Abdullah Ibrahim, Johor Bahru 80730
+60 (0)7 219 9999
www.puteripacific.com

Located in the heart of Johor Bahru, the Puteri Pacific boasts 500 city or straits view guestrooms, apartments and suites. A swimming pool, tennis, squash and fitness centre are among the many recreational facilities available here.

Golf at this hotel No
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Golf within 30 km Pulai Springs (2 courses); Starhill (2 courses); Poresia (2 courses); Palm Resort (3 courses).
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Hyatt Regency Hotel Johor Bahru 5-star
PO Box 222, Jalan Sungai Chat, 80720 Johor Bahru, Johor
+60 (0)7 222 1234
www.hyatt.com

The Hyatt Regency Johor Bahru enjoys a wonderful location overlooking the Straits of Johor and the northern parts of Singapore. It is located near the Sultan of Johor's Palace, 10 minutes from downtown and just 30 minutes across the causeway to downtown Singapore.

Golf at this hotel No
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Golf within 10 km Johor G&CC
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Golf within 30 km Pulai Springs (2 courses); Starhill (2 courses); Poresia (2 courses); Palm Resort (3 courses).
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