The Royal Selangor Golf Club Old Course is the founding ground of golf in Malaysia and the premier Malaysia golf club. Superbly a sanctuary amid the city center, the beautifully landscaped parkland courses command a panoramic view of the Kuala Lumpur’s skyline and are always a joy to play.
Home to the inaugural Malaysian Open, the historic Old Course, at 6,742 yards and playing to par-72, provides a memorable journey from the first tee to the 18th green. The Malaysian Open continued to be held at The Royal Selangor Golf Club Old Course between 1962 and 1986, and then again in 2002.
Recent reconstruction and remodeling by the respected design company of Robin Nelson and Neil Haworth has certainly improved The Royal Selangor Golf Club Old Course with modern day golf challenges with many tactical surprises and strategic course thinking required to score well. Each hole now offers a different golfing experience and challenges one’s golfing approach. Multiple tees ensure that golfers of varying skill levels will enjoy their game. However, the basic routing has till today retained most of its unique characteristics and charm of the original parkland environment.
The Royal Selangor Golf Club Old Course is strictly walking only. The clubhouse facilities include restaurant, locker rooms, swimming pool, gymnasium, billiard room, and squash courts. The course is clearly amongst the elite of golfing in Kuala Lumpur, as well as being the oldest golf club in Malaysia.