Golfing in Putrajaya – Playing golf with the best of nature as your backdrop with a touch of a modern city


The Federal Territory of Putrajaya is the administrative center of Malaysia. You will find some of the most beautifully designed structures in the country house by the numerous ministries of the country. Putrajaya is where most of the governmental departments, agencies and ministries operate which means that most of the official events, activities and meetings are usually held here.

Golfing away from the crowd

Putrajaya is built atop a vast piece of land where you will find some of the most technologically advanced and state-of-the-art buildings of Malaysia. It is a very large city and usually attracts tourists and foreigners here for photography or for a visit. Here is where you will also find some of the most beautiful man-made lakes, gardens, parks and such as well. As it welcomed guests each day, there are some very good options when it comes to golf where you can enjoy your game without the distractions of the city center. This is the place to go if you want to enjoy the peace and quiet of the outskirts of the Klang Valley but still within reach of nearby towns.

Golfing in this modern Federal Territory

Putrajaya is not a state by itself but a Federal Territory. This means it is administered and managed by the Government of Malaysia through one of its ministries. While it is mainly made up of government offices, it is surrounded by some of the most beautiful lakes and forests around this part of the country. Here, there are a few nearby golf courses that are delightful to play in.

  • Palm Garden Golf Club – Located not far from central Putrajaya, the Palm Garden Golf Club is specially designed and crafted for a great game of golf. Here, you will be welcomed with the three 9-hole layouts namely the IOI, Putra and Palm 9s respectively. Designed by international golf architect Rick Robbins, you get to enjoy the beautiful and natural surroundings engulfing the course and have a driving range too.
  • Bukit Unggul Country Club – You could take some time off to tee off at the Bukit Unggul Country Club which is located not far from Putrajaya. The course was built with a reputation that preserves the natural surroundings here with valleys and hills. With a championship course built on top of a 65-hectare land, it was designed by Ronald Fream with a delightful 18-hole course filled with hazards and bunkers that will test your every skill. This club was established in 1994 with its natural surroundings as the backdrop, a unique signature of the club that remains to the present day.
  • Bangi Golf Resort – If you have time to head out further, you can go to the Bangi Golf Resort which is about 15 minutes drive away from Putrajaya. Here you will be welcomed with a 27 hole golf course which is designed by Ronald Fream, who has previously designed some of the most beautiful courses in Malaysia and around the world. There are many other facilities in this resort where you can also stay at the residential bungalows around the greens for a fun time out with the family.

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