The golf course is located inside the expansive resort development of Sutera Harbour leisure establishment. Distances from downtown Kota Kinabalu and Kota Kinabalu International Airport (BKI) are 2-km and 5-km respectively.
The Sutera Harbour Golf & Country Club is often regarded as a premier golfing ground for business and leisure travellers alike. It features a 27-hole course of varying difficulties designed by Graham Marsh.
The golf course is built among undulating terrains on reclaimed seaside land. It basically envelops the main area where the featured resorts of Sutera Pacific and Sutera Magellan are located. It is divided into 3 distinct courses of varying difficulty levels, namely Garden (hole 19th to 27th, adjacent to the Pacific Sutera), Heritage (hole 10th to 18th, adjacent to the Magellan Sutera), and Lakes (hole 1st to 9th, next to the clubhouse).
I got the chance to take a leisure stroll along some portions of the Garden course. I find it very beautiful and serene, with a clear blue November sky complemented the verdant greenery of the course which is sparsely dotted with tropical trees and man-made lakes. In the Garden course area close to the Pacific Sutera's swimming pool, one can literally tee-off right at the edge of the azure-blue ocean. Simply mesmerizing.
Patrons of both the Pacific Sutera and Magellan Sutera can enjoy this golfing facility for minimal charges. Otherwise, usage of the golf course is strictly for members only. The clubhouse, located close to the main entrance of the resort complex, offers two F&B outlets for avid golfers to have a drink or meal after a hectic day on the course. The Golfer's Terrace opens daily from 0600 to midnight, while the Eagle's Nest opens daily from 1700 to 0100 and serves mostly wines, alcoholic beverages and fine cigars.
Nicely designed golf course with breathtaking sceneries.