The Siol Nine and the Demak Nine make up the other 18-hole course aka “New Course” that opened in 1989.
The Siol/Demak 18 is located in the northern side of the clubhouse. It is also a par-72 championship course, but is slightly shorter in length at 6,224 meters. The New Course was re-designed by Nigel Douglas in 200 who also developed Kota Permai in Kuala Lumpur with Ross Watson. Every hole was re-routed and all greens, tees, bunkers, and turf grass were newly built. As the result, the course is more challenging in that there are numerous hazards, with a good mix of bunkers, and lakes. Seasoned players and single handicappers tend to regard it as a less difficult course. Nevertheless, its narrow fairways and numerous water hazards at every bend fringing the fairways down the stretch require precision ball striking skills and accurate placement game. Wayward shots off the tee would invariably result in the balls rolling or diving direct into the many ponds guarding the par-3 holes, as exemplified by hole-6 at Siol 9.