Ideally, the Triway Pitch n’ Putt Golf Club plans to construct three courses intended for beginner-, intermediate-, and expert-level golfing. However, since the institution is still relatively new, only one of the three projected courses is currently operative; the other two are still being perfected by a team of experts coming from different Southeast Asian countries. Nevertheless, the presently-functioning course known as the “Malaya Golf Course” is still efficient enough to draw in and satisfy diverse golf enthusiasts.

The Malaya Golf Course is an intermediate-level golf course that covers 10 out of the 35-hectare TPPGC terrain. It is a 15-hole golf course designed by three Filipino specialists who were also given the privilege to name their creation. They chose to call the golf course “Malaya”, which means “free” in Filipino.

Although not free of charge, the golf course is true to its name when it comes to providing golfers with an atmosphere of freedom. The area, being tropical in nature, is graced with several fruit-bearing trees that are positioned for players to freely pick fruit whenever necessary.

If the fruits aren’t enough, there are also three water stops stationed along the course as the sport can get quite dehydrating, especially in the afternoons.

When it comes to the physical structure, the Malaya Golf Course is mainly composed of 60% real greens, 20% natural shallow ponds, and 25% installed edifice and waterways for added obstacles and visual effect.

The course’s overall theme is Southeast Asian culture with a Filipino twist in honor of its designers. Such a theme is reflected in each of the holes in terms of name and type, and below is a list of the 15 Malaya Golf Course holes and other significant details:

Names of Holes

  • Hole 1: Agos
  • Hole 2: Buddha
  • Hole 3: Canton
  • Hole 4: Dula
  • Hole 5: Elepante
  • Hole 6: Fuji
  • Hole 7: Gaddang
  • Hole 8: Hangin
  • Hole 9: Ikebana
  • Hole 10: Jeju
  • Hole 11: Kawayan
  • Hole 12: Leon
  • Hole 13: Malay
  • Hole 14: Nagaraya
  • Hole 15: Oro

Hole Details

Red: 380 yards, par 3

Yellow: 410 yards, par 4

White: 460 yards, par 5

Malaya Golf Course Status

Day Time Persons Involved
Mondays

Wednesday

Friday

7:00 am – 12:00 nn

1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Members and Accompanying Guests

Visitors

 

 

Tuesday

Thursday

Saturday

7:00 am – 8:30 am

8:30 am – 10:00 am

10:00 am – 11:30 am

11:30 am – 1:00 pm

1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Japanese Golf Union

Beijing League of Golfers

Sawadika Golfers’ Guild

Visitors

Members and Accompanying Guests

Ang Kapisanan PH

Open to All

Sunday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm Slots by Appointment