Situated less than a 1-hour drive northeast of downtown Kuala Lumpur via the Lebuhraya Karak highway, the extremely narrow fairways at the Awana Genting Highlands Golf & Country Resort make this one of the tightest courses you’re ever likely to play.
Located within an exclusive residential development on Langkawi Island, the Ross Watson-designed course at 99 East Golf Club was the first Malaysian golf facility to be managed by Troon Golf. 99 East Golf Club closed for a major renovation in 2017 and reopened 9 holes in 2019.
The 27-hole A’Famosa Golf Resort is named after the old Portuguese fortifications of Melaka. The Rocky and Palm loops form the combination used for tournament play, but the Crocodile’s 7th hole has an island green behind which you’ll find a croc enclosure.