Ernie Els' Malaysia course all set to open after re-design

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Golfers will experience 'paradise' when Ernie Els' South East Asian course opens following a re-design

Malaysia’s Els Club Teluk Datai is set to officially open on April 15, following a re-design guided by the four-time Major champion and his acclaimed design team.

Final preparations are underway at the Troon-managed Langkawi resort to bring to fruition the development, which has already been billed as one of the world’s finest re-designs.  
It is set to become one of the most popular golf courses in Asia The project has been close to the heart of the popular South African over the past two years and he is delighted to see his improvements to the course, first opened in 1992, reaching their conclusion.

“We have had word from the team in Langkawi that the course is in pristine condition and ready for play,’ said Els. 

“Teluk Datai is a truly unique setting and I’m confident that, with the improvements my design team and I have put in place, it is set to become one of the most popular golf courses in Asia.”

The course is located in one of South East Asia’s most sensational settings, often described as a tropical paradise by tourists and earning the Els Club Teluk Datai a reputation as the most scenic of Malaysia’s many breath-taking golfing venues.

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