Destinations | Asian Tour
Black Mountain Golf Club, Thailand
Classic Golf & Country Club, India
Horizon Hills Golf & Country Club, Malaysia
Kota Permai Golf & Country Club, Malaysia
Laguna Golf Lăng Cô, Vietnam
Sapporo Country Club, Japan
Sentosa Golf Club, Singapore
The North Country Golf Club, Japan

About Asian Tour Destinations

Asian Tour Destinations is an exclusive network of world-class golfing venues with direct ties to the Asian Tour. Presently, eight golf clubs ‒ representing the top-tier of golfing properties in Asia ‒ are part of this affiliate network programme. The venues boast world-class golf courses and facilities as well as prime real estate. Being part of Asian Tour Destinations means that each venue is certified Tour calibre and operates a comprehensive range of facilities and services to their members and guests under tournament-ready conditions all-year round.

Black Mountain Golf Club, Thailand

If you have ever played golf in Asia, you will almost certainly have heard about Thailand’s stunning Black Mountain Golf Club, tucked away in the foothills on the outskirts of the royal town of Hua Hin. Having hosted many high-profile international golf tournaments, Black Mountain features on many knowledgeable golfers’ bucket list.

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Classic Golf & Country Club, India

One of the best Golf resorts near Delhi, Classic Golf & Country Club is the first truly International golfing destination in India. The retreat is nestled in a sprawling 300-acre verdant estate – only 37 kms. from the heart of India’s national capital & just 20 kms. away from the millennium city of Gurgaon; making it ideal for golfing getaways near Delhi.

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Horizon Hills Golf & Country Club, Malaysia

A breathtaking, challenging piece of art set within a 1,200-acre freehold township development in the heart of a key flagship zone at the southern tip of the Malay peninsula, the Horizon Hills Golf and Country Club has become the centre for recreation and community activities for residents in the area as well as from neighboring Singapore, which is only a short 30-minute drive away.

 

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Kota Permai Golf & Country Club, Malaysia

Kota Permai Golf & Country Club is truly a jewel in the Asian golf club scene. The magnificent Ross Watson 18-hole masterpiece never fails to surprise the first timer, while it’s charisma and charm makes you want to come back repeatedly to enjoy one of Asia’s best golfing experiences.

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Laguna Golf Lăng Cô, Vietnam

At the center of Laguna Lang Co Resort lays Vietnam’s most authentic golf experience. Laguna Golf Lang Co is a golf course like no other, a design so unique one has to see it to believe it. The18 hole Championship golf course marks Sir Nick Faldo’s first Signature Design and it is the Home of the Faldo Series Asia Grand Final each year.

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Sapporo Country Club, Japan

Sapporo Country Club is beautiful and challenging tournament golf courses located in a short distance (within 30 minutes by car) from the city center of Sapporo which is the largest city in Hokkaido prefecture. Sapporo Country Club has 3 golf courses (81 holes in total) which you can enjoy wonderful course layout with great landscape and its highly maintained course condition. 

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Sentosa Golf Club, Singapore

Sentosa Golf Club is one of the most established golf clubs in Singapore, situated on the premier island resort of Sentosa, also known as The State of Fun. It provides world-class golf, unparalleled business and leisure opportunities and beautiful natural attractions, all set against the backdrop of Singapore’s iconic cityscape. 

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The North Country Golf Club, Japan

The North Country Golf Club has been the home of The Shigeo Nagashima Invitational Sega Sammy Cup on the Japan Golf Tour Organization (JGTO) since 2005. Their championship course was designed by Japan legend Isao Aoki – the winner of 51 titles on the JGTO and the first player from Japan to win on the PGA Tour, at the Hawaiian Open in 1983. 

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