memoir

Kelab Golf Perkhidmatan Awam Malaysia was established in 1989. This 27-Hole golf course offers a great golfing experience to golfers. The golf club is made up of interesting scenery as it was surrounded by nature preserves and is a home to a myriad of small wildlife and birds. The championship course which covers the hills and the lakes is a classic par-72 golf course measuring 6,091 metres with landscaped lush fairways culminating in manicured verdant greens 110 The plans to build a recreational club for the civil service community and their families have begun as early as 1970’s, In November 1983, Ronald Golf Design Ltd was appointed to design a 27 holes golf course for the club.

OUR HISTORY

  • February 2, 1989

    The former Chief Secretary. Y.Bhg Tan Sri Dato' Paduka Sallehuddin Mohamed conducted the ground breaking ceremony for the club. At the same time, the Pro Tem Club Foundation Committee (Jawatankuasa Pro Tem Penubuhan Kelab) was formed on May 4, 1989.

  • November 15, 1989

    Instant Greens Sdn. Bhd built the 18-holes golf course. The course was completed on August 14, 1991. Later on November 18, 1991, the Civil Service Recreational Club (KRPA) had been approved to change its'name to Malaysia Civil Service Golf Club (Kelab Golf Perkhidmatan Awam Malaysia - KGPA).

  • February 9, 1992

    During the soft opening for the 18-holes golf course of the dub which was held on February 9, 1992 by the former Deputy Prime Minister. YAB Tun Abdul Ghaffar Baba, an Inaugural Trophy competition was organized and Y.Bhg Tan Sri Abu Talib Osman, won the championship.

  • November 2, 1992

    The additional 9 Holes course which covers the forest started on November 2, 1992 and was completed in April 1994. On March 4 1993, the club house was built based on the idea from YBhg. Tun Ahmad Sarji Abdul Hamid.

  • September 19, 1999

    With Tan Sri Abdul Halim Ali as the president of the club, the former Prime Minister. Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad officiated the grand opening ceremony for the club.

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