Gunung Raya Golf Resort

Gunung Raya Golf Resort

    Located at the foot of the incredible Gunung Raya mountain in Langkawi, the course offers some of the most picturesque golf in all of Malaysia. Architect Max Wexler designed the modern layout and since opening in 2001, it has continued to flourish.

    The course maintains a fantastic condition all year round with the average temperature in December being between 28 and 30 degrees Celsius, making it the perfect destination for a winter sun golf holiday.

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    Gunung Raya Golf Resort

    Set across 300 acres of prior rubber plantation land, this spectacular course embraces its natural surroundings to afford jaw-dropping views of the incredible landscape at the foot of Gunung Raya. The layout, designed by Max Wexler is quite forgiving with wide, open fairways and few hazards in stages but the course can still be testing of high handicappers. As you meander through the course, slight elevation changes and open holes will expose you to some strong winds, which might make you think twice about going straight to the driver off the tee. The 10th hole is a long par-5 which dog-legs right with water running down the left, ensuring precision and making it one of the hardest holes on the course.

    Stats:
    Par: 72
    Opened in: 2001
    Designer: Max Wexler

    Tees: Black - 6377 (metres), Blue - 5879 (metres), White - 5431 (metres), Red - 4889 (metres)

    Away from the fairways, visiting golfers will be able hone their game at the driving range or putting green, while the pro shop is fully equipped with anything you may need for your round.