One of Malaysia’s oldest golf courses, SIGC’s origin can be traced back to 1952 when three holes were built by British planters in the vicinity of the Seremban Lake Garden.
The first nine is longer and possibly more difficult. Among the many interesting holes in this course are the fifth, eight, twelfth, sixteenth and eighteenth. The round ends with a 542 yards uphill par 5, which is hard to reach in regulation. The course is normally in excellent condition.