The Kinabalu Golf Club or KGC is considered as one of the oldest Clubs in Sabah. It was established several years before the 2nd World War by European employees of the British Chartered Company and the European business establishments in the then British North Borneo. Tee off in style with Mount Kinabalu as your background with the cool crisp air greeting you here at Kinabalu Golf Club Kinabalu Golf Club is the highest golf layout in Sabah, being situated on Pinosuk Plateau at 1,500 meters above sea level in Kundasang. Designed by Robert Muir Graves, the golf course has a breathtaking scene made up of extensive farmlands and rolling hills.
Numerous golfers find this 18-hole course both physically and mentally challenging with its always present winds, steep slopes and surrounding mists. With the frequent thick fogs, some may even say that you are playing golf in the clouds. A huge rock sits in the middle of the fairway of the Par-4 370m Hole#10. You can attempt to carry over or bail out to a slope on OB. One of its noteworthy holes is the 14th, par 3, 142 meters, which features a gushing river at the bottom of a deep ravine. It is an accurate test of skill once you get there; you will need an accurate and well-placed shot from the elevated tee across the Mesilau East River to land on the green perched on the edge of a cliff.
Designer : Robert Muir Graves
Holes / Par / Yardage : 18-hole/ NA / NA
Established : 1998
Green / Caddy / Buggy Fees : RM 105-210 / NA / RM 37.10 -53
Distance : NA