The private Jack Nicklaus Signature course at Shanghai Links Golf & Country Club is laid out within a large residential site close to where the mighty Yangtze River empties into the East China Sea.
The West and South nines comprise the premier 18-hole configuration at the 27-hole Royale Jakarta Golf Club. Lee Westwood claimed the Indonesian Masters title here in 2011 and 2012.
A dual green Seiichi Inoue design from 1954, Takanodai Country Club has played host to the Japan Open on four occasions, most recently in 2011.
Sta. Elena Golf & Country Club is the happy combination of lush tropical environment and the intellectual and physical rigours of a Trent Jones course.
The Himalayan Golf Course was designed and constructed by Major Ram Garung, a former officer with the Brigade of Gurkhas in the British Army, over a five-year period in the 1990s.
Built for Hanwha Group, one of Korea’s biggest engineering and construction companies, the course at Jade Palace Golf Club was designed by Harley Kruse from the Greg Norman Design team, opening in 2004.
Unveiled in 2018, the 19-hole Kings course is the latest addition in BRG Kings Island Golf Resort’s burgeoning golfing portfolio. Designed by Jack Nicklaus II, the wooded front side is juxtaposed by a water-laden back nine.
A major change to the West course at Kasumigaseki Country Club was made by Taizo Kawata when he converted the traditional Japanese dual greens into conventional putting surfaces...
Venue for the World Cup of Golf in 1983, the testing 18-hole layout at Pondok Indah Golf Course is a strategic Robert Trent Jones Jnr design.
The Palm course at Saujana Golf & Country Club is a stern test of patience. Skew-whiff hitting is a sure recipe for a miserable day out in the unrelenting tropical heat.