Glenmarie Golf and Country Club is about a half hour's drive from the Kuala Lumpur airport and is one of the main golf courses in the Klang Valley. Glenmarie is designed by American Max Wexler and features two 18-hole courses, both similar in style, but with contrasting landscapes.
The Garden Course has rich flora and fauna with a diversity of palms and flowering shrubs. A large lake plays home to migrating and local birds. Watch out for the swans, especially the black and white ones swimming on the lake. The Garden Course has undergone recent renovation of its greens plus several changes to bunkers, tee-boxes and fairways. The 2010 renovation exercise made the Garden Course more challenging. The Garden Course at 6,432 meters is a little longer than the Valley Course, which measures 6,325 meters.
The Valley Course features hundreds of pine trees on a narrow course with spectacular views in a parkland setting. Water comes into play and sprawls over the hills on the Valley Course which enhances its beauty. Most holes on the constantly undulating Valley Course are arranged on either side of a picturesque man-made lake, in an area which winds its way along the valley floor.