10 Jalan 1/70D, off Jalan Bukit Kiara,
Damansara, Kuala Lumpur 60000
Office+60 (0)3 2093 1111
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Golf proTravis van Dijk (Golf Director).
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18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Undulating terrain - a few slopes to climb.
Residential and woodland.
Original design by Robin Nelson & Rodney Wright (1991), with some later revisions by Peter Thomson. Major redesign by Ted Parslow & Jason Winter (2010).
Above distances are for the East course. Also at TPC Kuala Lumpur is the 18-hole West course (par-72; 6741 m from back-tees).
7 km W of Kuala Lumpur centre
10 minutes drive west of KL city centre. From the Kiara Interchange on the E23 (Sprint Expressway) follow direction KLGCC.
TPC Kuala Lumpur (East course): At just over 6000 metres from the tips, and floodlit for night golf, the East course is shorter and easier-going than TPC KL's more challenging and bigger dimension West course. Although the West may have the greater elevation changes, the East course also has a pleasantly undulating parkland character, with several nicely elevated tee-boxes, providing a good look at the demands ahead.
The lightly tree-lined, contoured fairways provide good definition to each hole, some of them requiring tightish drives. The opening holes of the back-nine, flanked by OB and condominiums, is where straight-hitting from the tee is at a premium, much more so than on the easier-going front-nine. Good bunkering, clinging rough around the greens and, as your round progresses, ever more frequent water hazards, ensures that TPC KL's No.2 course continually tests and probes your overall game.
The more interesting and challenging back-nine loop contains a tough closing stretch, with plenty of water in play from the tee shot at the par-4 13th through to the green of the par-4 18th. There's an island-green par-3 at 15, while the par-5 16th throws down one of the sternest tests. The heavily bunkered par-4 18th provides a fitting finale in front of the clubhouse on a huge double-green shared with the par-4 2nd.
The putting surfaces here are usually excellent, with many subtle slopes and borrows to be reckoned with. Although not as scenic or as impressive a layout as the West course, the East still provides a very pleasant golf outing, and the opportunity to card a respectably good score, even on a first outing.
Visitors welcome on weekdays; more restricted at weekends.
Must book in advance. Handicap required.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2020].
Walking permitted early a.m. on weekdays. Golf carts available for hire. Caddies compulsory.
Excellent, including a fully automated three-tier driving range.
TPC Kuala Lumpur was formerly known as Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club. As a member of the Sime Darby Group, it is renowned as one of Kuala Lumpur's most prestigious social and leisure retreats, boasting a full range of facilities that include: badminton, squash, swimming pools, tennis, billiards, 10-pin bowling, fitness centre and excellent restaurants. Both the East and West courses at TPC Kuala Lumpur underwent major upgrade and redesign projects in the late 2000s.
Malaysia's best courses (Golf Digest, 2022):
TPC Kuala Lumpur's 's East course ranked No.1 course; West course ranked 2nd best.
13, Jalan 16/11, Pusat Dagang Seksyen 16, 46350 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
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Eastin Hotel is located on prestigious Jalan Damansara, an upmarket vicinity nestled between and just about 15 minutes drive from Petaling Jaya and Kuala Lumpur city. An international business class hotel with 388 well appointed guestrooms and suites catering to discerning travellers.
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