Sheshan International Golf Club is the epitome of Shanghai and it’s an intoxicating blend of Chinese tradition and international modernity.
More than 1.5 million cubic metres of soil was shifted by lead shaper Ron Leck and his construction team when fashioning the 36-hole Tan Son Nhat Golf Course facility within a rather flat, largely featureless Ho Chi Min City property.
Designed by Nelson & Haworth and opened for play in 2015, the 36-hole Tan Son Nhat Golf Course complex lies to the north of Ho Chi Min City’s international airport, with fairways routed around a large residential development.
The Lake nine at Tiara Melaka was the first to open in 1994 followed a year later by the Meadow loop with the Woodland circuit unveiled a short time after.
The East course at Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club (or KLGCC as it is often called) is the understudy to the West course, but the park-like East is every bit as challenging and could host national tournaments with ease.
TPC Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club, or KLGCC as it is known, is located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur and is one of Malaysia’s most popular golf clubs.
Originally founded as a 4-holer in 1962 by a British Army officer, the current 18-hole course at the Warren Golf & Country Club was routed across a compact site on the southern bank of the Kranji Reservoir by Nelson & Haworth in 2000.
The Nelson and Haworth layout at Wind Valley in Shenzhen is probably loved and loathed by golfers in equal measure. It’s an extreme mountain course with extraordinary elevation changes which some will find thrilling while others will question the validity of building such an extreme test.