A New Look to City Golf at Bangsar Shopping Centre


A New Look to City Golf at Bangsar Shopping Centre

Kuala Lumpur, 3 May – After four successful years of operation on the top floor of Bangsar Shopping Centre, City Golf has reopened its doors with a new look that includes the addition of club fitting specialists, The Old Clubhouse.

The new venue has been designed with a clubhouse feel in mind, with a new bar, an updated colour scheme and revised simulator layout. The biggest change is the opening of The Old Clubhouse, the club fitting specialists who were previously located on Jalan Bangkung.

City Golf BSC Venue Hire

As Tom Sarginson, Director of City Golf, said, “We wanted to create a more customer-friendly and intimate setting, with a traditional ‘clubhouse’ feel to the venue. We believe the newly designed bar area and change in layout has done exactly this and the feedback from our members has been very positive. With the addition of The Old Clubhouse, we now have the ultimate venue to relax, play golf, take a lesson and buy your equipment, all whilst socializing with fellow minded people.”

Alistair Guthrie, owner of The Old Clubhouse, is very happy with his new home: “Tom and I have long discussed the merits of being under one roof and with the re-design of City Golf, it was the perfect opportunity to make this happen. With the simulators, the new Flightscope launch monitor, our fitting expertise and City Golf’s PGA Pro, we have created the ideal place to be fitted with the correct equipment and purchase the very best and latest products. Essentially, we wanted to create an environment where golfers can receive the best equipment advice in a high-tech venue in the heart of the Bangsar area.”

A New Look City Golf @ BSC

In addition to the golf benefits, the venue now boasts three large screen TVs to watch the latest sporting action; a timely addition with the upcoming Olympics and European Championships, especially as customers will be able to book a private viewing screen for up to 10 friends. The swanky bar offers the latest European bottled beers and Japan’s favourite beer on tap, Asahi; whilst La Bodega continue to provide their famous tapas, sandwiches, pastas and pizza, so guests will always be well watered and fed.

In conjunction with the opening of the new look venue, City Golf has launched a Ladies Night, Junior Tour and Monthly Quiz, to go with the ever popular Social tournament. A Corporate League will also be launched later in the year. Overseeing all these events is the resident Pro, Rick Currin, who is a fully qualified member of the PGA of South Africa and is available for individual lessons and group clinics.

The Old Clubhouse @ City Golf BSC

City Golf remains one of the most unique venues to host corporate events and private parties and as part of the new design, a private bar has been created to host exclusive gatherings for up to 50 people. From corporate entertainment to private birthday parties, karaoke theme to quiz nights, City Golf can cater to every event need.

City Golf provides a golfing experience like no other, with no dress code, no previous experience required, balls and equipment provided courtesy of Srixon and expert help always at hand. This is golf made easy, whether you’re a seasoned Pro or a first timer.

Daniel Franklin daniel@citygolf.com.my
4-1, Bangsar Shopping Centre, 285, Jalan Maarof, Bukit Bandaraya, Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03 2282 0011

About Play@CityGolf

City Golf is Malaysia’s premier indoor golf venue located in Kuala Lumpur’s fashionable suburb of Bangsar. With four latest specification Golf simulators, a state-of-the-art teaching academy and a fully stocked bar and La Bodega restaurant, City Golf is your solution to convenient golfing, day or night, no matter what the weather is doing outside.
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