Royal Pahang Golf Club is a historic golf course located in Pekan, Pahang, Malaysia. Established in 1964, the course was designed by renowned golf architects Ted Parslow and Geof Parshow. The 18-hole, par-72 course measures 6894 yards in length and is set among mature trees, rolling hills, and scenic lakes.
The course is known for its challenging layout, featuring undulating fairways, strategically placed bunkers, and tricky water hazards. The signature hole is the par-3 14th, which requires a precise shot over water to reach the green, which is guarded by bunkers on either side.
As one of the oldest and most prestigious golf courses in Malaysia, the Royal Pahang Golf Club has hosted numerous high-profile tournaments over the years, including the Malaysian Open and the World Amateur Inter-Team Golf Championship. With its beautiful scenery and challenging layout, it remains a popular destination for golfers of all levels.