The beautiful fairways of Seremban International Golf Club (SIGC) lie in the unspoilt landscape of Negeri Sembilan, just 7km away from the heart of the city. Strategically placed amongst the most conducive backdrop for business, entertainment and leisure for the discerning few who are members of this exclusive golf club
Seremban International Golf Club (SIGC) with 18-hole layout is one of the best traditional courses in the country, not only from a design point of view but in terms of heritage as well.
As one of Malaysia’s oldest courses, SIGC’s origins can be traced back to 1952 when tree holes were built by British planters in the vicinity of the Seremban Lake Gardens. The club was formed and the course expanded to six holes by March of 1953, with a tin shack serving as the clubhouse.
A proper clubhouse was built and in the early 1960’s, the golf club acquired more land from the state government to build another three-holes. In 12th August 1961, DYMM SPB Yang DiPertuan Agung and YTM Tunku Abdul Rahman, the Prime Minister of Malaysia, visited an unofficial opening of the nine-hole course in our club.
In May of 1976, the 2nd’s nine-hole course opened to serve limited player, and with another two years time, the whole clubhouse was fully completed. The club was officially launched in 1st September 1984 by DYMM Tuanku Yang DiPertuan Besar, Negeri Sembilan.