Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort, a World Class Golf Course Among Palm Oil Plantations

Golfing at Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort (TPGR) course is a challenging activity for both beginners and professionals. The three courses of Tanjong Puteri will provide the best golfing experience you will ever been.

Tanjong Puteri Golf Course The Best Choice in Johor

If you ever visit Pasir Gudang in Johor Bahru for both business and leisure trips, don’t hesitate to visit the Tanjong Puteri golf course. This course located along the Johor Strait, Tanjong Puteri 1 Street, Pasir Gudang, Johor, Malaysia. Three international courses were built in the former of oil palm plantation which offer scenic views and challenging course layouts.

 Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort
Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort

Located about 30 minutes drive from the Johor-Singapore causeway, TPGR provides the best golfing experience. Accompanied by world-class clubhouse facilities, this golf course in Johor Bahru offers a perfect combination of the best price, top-class facilities and great infrastructure.

Built since 1990, the Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort was designed to preserve nature and environment. The designers, Akira Mamiya and Max Wexler combine oil palm trees, mangroves, natural forests and waterways as a perfect background of all three TPGR courses. All three courses are buggies accessible to add your golfing enjoyment.

The Plantation Course

The Plantation Course at TPGR is one of the courses that offers best golf experience in southern Malaysia. This course was designed by Max Wexler and opened in November 1992. The Plantation course was once an oil palm plantation and houses of the plantation workers. You can still see the remains of the oil palm plantation fringing in the fairways and fruit trees in the 4th, 6th, 7th, 14th, 15th and 17th holes. Built in a natural undulating terrain, the 6,454 meters course enhance by a turfed of Zoysia Matrella in the fairway and Bermuda Tifdwarf in the greens.

The Straits Course

Designed by Akira Mamiya, the Straits Course located near the Johor Strait. This 6,163 meters 18-hole course is the newest course added to the Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort. The mangrove swamp is the main background of the greens, fairways and tee boxes.

The Straits Course considers as a difficult course for both beginners and professionals. This is because it needs high accuracy to avoiding various water hazards at the edge of the 2th fairway. Try to avoid the small river that meanders through the mangroves in the 3rd tee box. The undulating terrain, mangroves, rocks outcrops and winds from the Johor Strait will become a very challenging obstacles for the golfer.

The Village Course

The Village Course was built in August 1994 by Akira Mamiya. This area was originally part of the palm oil plantation area where the Pasir Putih resident is located. This village was later known as the Kampong Seri Aman I and II which a part of it can be seen at the fringes of the 6th, 11th and 12th holes. The Village Course is an 18-hole course with length 6,414 meters which dominated by water hazards bordering the greens and fairways. Combined with undulating terrain, valleys and lakes, the Village Course at Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort offers distinctiveness of difficulty and perfect design for golfers of all levels.