Golfing in Putrajaya

The Federal Territory of Putrajaya is the administrative centre of Malaysia. Here is where you will find some of the most beautifully designed structures in the country housed by the numerous ministries of the country. Putrajaya is where most of the governmental departments, agencies and ministries operate which mean that most of the official events, activities and meetings are usually held here. Putrajaya is built atop a vast piece...

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(MALGA) The Malaysian Ladies Golf Association
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(MALGA) The Malaysian Ladies Golf Association

The MALGA or Malaysian Ladies Golf Association is the golfing body for women in Malaysia. The association was established in 1983 and was the result of the initiative of the late Mrs Mary Williams who together with H.R.H. Tunku Ampuan of Negeri Sembilan, Y.A.M. Tunku Tun Maimunah Sultan Ismail and Ms Tan Siew Lay formed the association. Where the 3 ladies become Life Mambers, H.R.H. Tunku Ampuan became the patron of MALGA. MALFA’s...

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Golfing in Historical Malacca

The state of Malacca is one of the most significant states in Malaysia as it is known to be the ‘Historical City’ for hosting the birth of Malaysia. It is here where you will be able to find a wide variety of historical and heritage attractions like the Stadhuys Church, the A ‘Famosa fort, the Nyonya Heritage Stadium and many more. This is largely due to the historical events that shaped the state here where you will still...

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Along the Golfing trail of Johor

Johor is the southernmost state in Malaysia. It is home to the gateway that connects Malaysia with southern neighbour Singapore. Here is where you will find many international Golf Courses which are catered to local and foreigner golfers from all over the world. As Johor is located very near to Singapore, many Singaporeans come here to enjoy the greens and its resort facilities. This is largely due to the fact that there are more...

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Golfing in Kedah

Kedah is one of the northernmost states in Malaysia. It is known as the ‘Rice Bowl of Malaysia’ where it is known for its flat surfaced fields where they produce most of the supply of rice for the country. Here is where you will find a host of attractions that attracts tourists throughout the calendar year. Kedah is where you will find Bujang Valley, one of the most significant archaeological sites around here while it is...

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Negri Sembilan Golfing Destinations

In recent years, Negri Sembilan has been growing and developing into becoming one of the education states of the country. Despite being one of the smaller states in Malaysia, it offers a lot of attractions and facilities that have attracted students and universities to set up their base here. The state is rich with history and culture where it is where the Minangkabau tradition is still very much in existence. This matriarchal...

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