Keningau Golf Club course is a well established parkland course on the outskirts of the regional town of Keningau, Malaysia.
The course at Keningau Golf & Country Club is in a rolling setting with creeks, ponds, graced with a variety of Pines, Angsana, Asoka, Banyan, Flame of the Forest trees and some other local species.
Internationally well-known golfer, the world No. 1 in 2004 and in 2000 who won the Masters and PGA Championship in 1998 and 2004, Vijay Singh, was the resident professional from the course between 1985-1987. Under his residence, some changes were made to improve the challenging nature of the course.
Located in the heart of the decor Crocker Range and next to Sabah Park at an altitude of more than 1000 feet above sea level, it presents a cool atmosphere of the surrounding mountains.
Keningau is famous for cinnamon or ‘kayu manis’. Keningau derived its name from ‘Kondingau’ a native name from ‘Kayu Manis’. Keningau is the largest town in the upper interior of Sabah