Templer Park Country Club opened in 1991 after being designed by Japanese golf course designer Kentaro Sato. The course is one of the toughest courses in Malaysia and is testament to the pedigree of golf that the country has to offer.
Located near the Templer Park Forest Reserve, golfers will be sure to enjoy stunning views around the neighbouring landscape and can even enjoy golf in the dark hours as the front nine of the course is floodlit.
The course is previous host of the Malaysian Open on three occasions and was recently voted in the top three clubs in Malaysia by Golf Magazine Malaysia. Just 10 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur’s city centre and an hour from the city’s airport, this brilliant course is a must play for all golfers visiting Malaysia.
The beautiful course at Templer Park measures at 6597 metres making it a challenge for both the big hitters and low handicappers. However, your hard work is rewarded with spectacular views, especially with the Bukut Takun as an extraordinary backdrop.
Following a big upgrade to the course in 2008, the fairways, bunker and new Satiri greens all make for an immaculate playing service, with the Bermuda grass keeping it from drying out in the warm summer months.
All 18 holes at Templer Park are unique and boast huge character. With a relatively flat front nine and a back nine with undulation and elevation changes, golfers will be tested of all aspects of their game. Littered around the course are several bunkers to find, usually neighboured by heavy rough or a water hazard, so make sure your shot selection is on point. The high demand of the course stretches to the large greens, where a 40 yard putt on the fast surface can be just as daunting.
All in all, Templer Park is an absolutely beautiful course with so many delightful holes where golfers can really challenge themselves and get high rewards.Stats:
Tees: White - 6597 (metres)
Signature Hole: They save the best till last at Templer Park with the beautiful 18th offering a 230 yard carry over water to the raised fairway before managing a very well protected green, play it well and you could finish with a coveted birdie on this challenging but rewarding hole.