Introducing Ayer Keroh Country Club

Introducing Ayer Keroh Country Club
Our new reciprocal in Malaysia

Dear Members,

We are delighted to inform you that we have signed a new reciprocal arrangement with an exciting new club in Malaysia — Ayer Keroh Country Club.

Ayer Keroh Country Club designed by a team led by Tun Dr. Abdul Ghafar bin Baba, the then Chief Minister of Malacca and a golfing aficionado. The designers of the course very wisely maintained a large part of the virgin jungle so as to limit as much as possible the negative ecological impact the golf course would have on the area. Today, golfers share the course with a varied species of birds, monkeys, squirrels, snakes and monitor lizards that live in the jungle lining the fairways of the course.

AKCC has hosted a number of major championships, the most prestigious being the 1989 Malaysian Open. A few notable golfers playing on the professional circuit now in Europe, America, Asia and Australia have played here at one time or other. Some illustrious names are Kyi Hla Han, Lucas Parsons, Stephen Leaney and Jeff Maggert.

For golfers who come to Malacca, the visit must include a round of golf at AKCC. The natural setting, the sheer length and the challenges of the course will make it an unforgettable experience. Last but not least, one of the attractions of AKCC is the 18th hole, one of the longest in Southeast Asia. It’s a Par 5 with a distance of 643 meters.

The original course consisted of two nines referred to as Tunku’s Nine (1st nine) and Ghafar’s Nine (2nd nine). Another nine, Governor’s Nine, was added in the mid-nineties. The three nines hug a lake known as the Ayer Keroh Lake which comes into play at quite a few of the holes. AKCC has its fair share of bunkers and other obstacles at strategic places, but the course is notorious for the jungle that lines both sides of almost every fairway and unmercifully punishes each and every wayward shot. At AKCC – “A ball lost is indeed a ball lost”.

Ayer Keroh Country Club is located at Melaka just 25 minutes drives’ from Malacca International Airport.

For booking information including any playing restrictions, please contact Member and Guest Service Office by email at or by Wechat: MUUUUUUUUYI

Click here to visit Ayer Keroh Country Club ‘s website.

Thank you for your attention and we hope you are able to make use of our new reciprocal club soon. Happy travels!

Reciprocal Club Management

November 2023

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