99 East Golf Club

Jalan Bukit Malut, Mukim, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia

Previously known as The Langkawi Golf Club, 99 East Golf Club used to be the oldest and first golf course on the island of Malaysia. However, after undergoing a complete redesign and revamp in 2012, the course was renamed 99 East Golf Club. Situated on oceanfront land between Kuah town and Pantai Cenang, this championship 18-hole par-72 golf course spans a total length of 7300 yards.

Renowned Australian golf architect Ross Watson redesigned the course, and the first five holes are situated along a hilly slope, while the sixth hole offers picturesque views of the mountains on the west and Kuah Bay on the right.

As the fairways and remaining holes proceed down the slope through forested lands and greens towards a wetland, there is a lovely lake and a beautiful valley of orchards. 99 East Golf Club is designed in such a way that it complements the natural environment, with layers of rice terraces that skirt the course and a rainforest backdrop that reflects the Malaysian character. With multiple tee boxes, the course challenges the pros while remaining fair to recreational golfers.

The course keeps getting better as it descends through the forest and rice terraces into the lower-lying wetlands and then into a stunning orchard valley dissected by two stony brooks. The clubhouse is located at an elevated vantage point with breathtaking views of the sea, island, and jungle.

Course Details

18 Holes Par: 72 Length: 7300 yards Slope: 121 Rating: 69.4

Course Informations

  • Year built: 2012
  • Architect(s): Ross Watson
  • Greens: Bermuda Tiff Eagle Grass
  • Fairways: Zeon Zoysia Grass
  • Season: Year-round


  • Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard
  • Dress Code: Proper golf attire


  • Carts: Yes
  • Clubs: Yes


  • Driving range: Yes
  • Pitching/chipping area: Yes
  • Putting green: Yes
  • Teaching pro: Yes

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