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Long-hitters will love this enjoyable championship course, especially the last hole – one of the longest par-5s in the country. Carved out of virgin jungle back in 1964 by golfing aficionado and Chief Minister of Melaka Tun Abdul Ghaffar Bin Baba, Ayer Keroh Country Club features 18 championship holes that have hosted prestigious events such as the Malaysian Open (the Tunku’s and Ghaffar’s nine) and a further nine added in the mid-90s (Governor’s). The generous fairways are in fine condition, despite not being made up of the Bermuda grass that is generally the norm, and the greens play well, albeit a little slow. The thickness of the rough is mercifully counterbalanced by the width of the fairways, but veer too far off line and you’ll find the jungle that lines both sides of almost every fairway; in there, a lost ball will stay lost. While some of the tee shots feel quite tight, if you can find the gap the fairways open up beyond allowing a margin of error that higher handicappers will appreciate. There isn’t too much sand waiting to catch you out, and the sea breezes are pleasantly cooling rather than a hindrance to scoring well. More than anything it is the length of the course, at over 7320 yards, that will cause the most problems. If you’re a long hitter however, opportunities are there to be taken. If you play one hole at Ayer Keroh Country Club, make sure it is the closing hole on Tunku’s nine, which a big sign beside the tee informs you is one the longest holes in Malaysia at 658 yards. From the tee you can just about make out the white speck of the flag in the distance on this straight but undulating hole. If you can avoid the fairway bunkers on your first two shots and be within a short iron of the green you are doing well, but you’ll still need to carry a menacing bunker in front of the green to stand a chance to make par or better. Slay this beast and you’ll have played like a pro, for one hole at least. Overall, this is a pretty course that offers an enjoyable challenge. While the jungle can mean a few lost balls, it compensates with memories of the wildlife that you’ll encounter on your round, from macaques to monkeys. Add to all this the reasonable green fees, and it’s easy to see why Ayer Keroh Country Club should be on the itinerary of any Malaysia golf holiday.

Ayer Keroh Country Club

Long-hitters will love this enjoyable championship course, especially the last hole – one of the longest par-5s in the country. Carved out of virgin jungle back in 1964 by golfing aficionado and Chief Minister of Melaka Tun Abdul Ghaffar Bin Baba, Ayer Keroh Country Club features 18 championship holes that have hosted prestigious events such as the Malaysian Open (the Tunku’s and Ghaffar’s nine) and a further nine added in the mid-90s (Governor’s). The generous fairways are in fine condition, despite not being made up of the Bermuda grass that is generally the norm, and the greens play well, albeit a little slow. The thickness of the rough is mercifully counterbalanced by the width of the fairways, but veer too far off line and you’ll find the jungle that lines both sides of almost every fairway; in there, a lost ball will stay lost. While some of the tee shots feel quite tight, if you can find the gap the fairways open up beyond allowing a margin of error that higher handicappers will appreciate. There isn’t too much sand waiting to catch you out, and the sea breezes are pleasantly cooling rather than a hindrance to scoring well. More than anything it is the length of the course, at over 7320 yards, that will cause the most problems. If you’re a long hitter however, opportunities are there to be taken. If you play one hole at Ayer Keroh Country Club, make sure it is the closing hole on Tunku’s nine, which a big sign beside the tee informs you is one the longest holes in Malaysia at 658 yards. From the tee you can just about make out the white speck of the flag in the distance on this straight but undulating hole. If you can avoid the fairway bunkers on your first two shots and be within a short iron of the green you are doing well, but you’ll still need to carry a menacing bunker in front of the green to stand a chance to make par or better. Slay this beast and you’ll have played like a pro, for one hole at least. Overall, this is a pretty course that offers an enjoyable challenge. While the jungle can mean a few lost balls, it compensates with memories of the wildlife that you’ll encounter on your round, from macaques to monkeys. Add to all this the reasonable green fees, and it’s easy to see why Ayer Keroh Country Club should be on the itinerary of any Malaysia golf holiday.

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