Multi Holiday Golf Centre can assist you to arrange your Golf Tour and event all around the world. Below are the Best Championship Course in Asia Pacific, based on Asian Golf Awards 2016:

1. Black Mountain Golf Club (Thailand)
2. Sentosa Golf Club (Singapore)
3. Mission Hills Golf Club Haikou (China)
4. Royale Jakarta Golf Club (Indonesia)
5. TPC Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
6. Siam Country Club (Thailand)
7. Banyan Golf Club (Thailand)
8. Sky 72 Golf Club, Ocean Course (South Korea)
9. Amata Spring Country Club (Thailand)
10. Yalong Bay Golf Club (China)

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Black Mountain Golf Club (Thailand)

Just a few kilometres outside of Hua Hin is the incredible Black Mountain course, which opened in 2007 and has hosted a number of professional tournaments since, including the Asian PGA Tour in ’09 and ’10, and the Europe vs. Asia Royal Trophy match in ’11. Don’t fear though if you’re not at that top tier level yet — the course caters for all abilities and is specially designed for both resort and tournament golfers.

Sentosa Golf Club, The Serapong (Singapore)

Known as the number 1 Championship Golf Course in Asia, The Serapong was designed by world renowned golf course designer Ronald Frames and opened in 1982. A challenging par-72 that was home to the prestigious Singapore Open (2005-2012), the Serapong is uniquely breathtaking course set against the backdrop of the Singapore Harbour.

Mission Hills Golf Club Haikou, Blackstone Course (China)

Mission Hills Haikou currently has three 18-hole championship golf courses. Drawing inspiration from iconic international designs, the courses are perched on a bed of ancient lava rock, highlighting the area’s volcanic origins and creating a truly unique golf environment. Players of all skill levels will enjoy the variety of layouts featured at Mission Hills Haikou.

Royale Jakarta Golf Club (Indonesia)

Explore the latest jewel of the city, Royale Jakarta Golf Club. Introduce as one of five great new golf courses in Asia, designed by Bob Moore Jr. & JMP Group. With its green paradise concept of expansive meadows decorated with Sea isle Supreme Paspalum in every area of its 27 holes, combined with beautiful purple carpets of exotic plants and the calming beauty of the lake waters that will fulfill both the challenging golf and visual serenity, all results in a new and exclusive golfing experience. It is simply a beautiful and challenging golf course within the heart of Jakarta city.

TPC Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)

The beautiful fairways of Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club (KLGCC) lie in the unspoilt landscape of Bukit Kiara, just 8km away from the heart of the city. Strategically placed amongst the capital's prime residential suburbs and well served by major roads, it is the most conducive backdrop for business, entertainment and leisure for the discerning few who are members of this exclusive golf & country club. Originally opened in 1991, the West and East Courses were completely redesigned by renowned international golf course architects Parslow & Winter Golf Design , re-opened in 2008 and 2010 respectively.

Siam Country Club (Thailand)

Very nearby the popular city of Pattaya, Siam Country Club was the first privately owned golf course in Thailand, built in 1970, before being renovated by Schmidt Curley in 2007. There are now two 18-hole layouts at the club — the Old Course and the Plantation — both of which are well regarded, although the older course is the favourite.

Banyan Golf Club (Thailand)

The superb Banyan golf club is preferred championship course for many international and native golfers. Awarded the third best course in Thailand for 3 consecutive years, and the best clubhouse across the Asia Pacific, Banyan is the perfect place to escape to golf paradise.

Sky 72 Golf Club, Ocean Course (South Korea)

SKY72 is the largest golf course in northeast Asia located at Incheon Airport. The size of the golf course is about 69,300 square meters including the Dream Golf Range, the 54-hole Bada Course, and the 18-hole Haneul Course; totaling 72 holes.

Amata Spring Country Club (Thailand)

Amata Spring is another exclusive private club that plays host to very high profile golfing events, and was voted as the best course on the Asia Tour for four consecutive years. It’s around half way between Bangkok and Pattaya. It’s a fast course with generous fairways and lots of aquatic hazards — including two large lakes. Bunkers feature at every hole too while the famous island green at the 17th hole is inspired. Just generally, the layout is truly excellent and it can be very challenging — especially when there’s a breeze on the air.

Yalong Bay Golf Club (China)

The Yalong Bay Golf Club on the resort island of Hainan, the Chinese Hawaii, takes its name from the son of a mythological Chinese dragon king. Opened in 2000, Yalong Bay is situated within easy reach of Hainan’s major airports. The course has been selected to host major tournaments, and been recognised with both national and international accolades.