Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort Plantation Course course was designed by Max Wexler and was opened for play in November 1992. This course was designed and constructed with the priority of preserving and enhancing the natural surroundings. The area was once a thriving oil palm plantation with living quarters and houses for workers who cultivated fruit orchards and coconut groves as a means of supplementing their income. Original cultivated parts of these plantations and orchards are incorporated in the present landscape, as evident in the large number of oil palm fringing the fairways, as well as fruit trees on Holes 4, 6, 7, 14, 15 and 17 where durian, mango, jack fruit, rambutan trees and coconut palms are preserved.
Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort Plantation Course has been recognized by many professional golfers as the best golfing experience in South Malaysia. Built on a natural undulating terrain, the beauty of the 6,454 metre course is enhanced by a mosaic of plants and flowering shrubs. The fairways are turfed with Zoysia Matrella whilst Bermuda Tifdwarf is found on the greens. 18- holes are lit for night golfing which is a cool experience in contrast with the heat of daytime challenge.