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Golf in Indonesia

For golfers wishing to play a round in Asia, Indonesia offers more than 100 golf courses to select from. Find out more details on Indonesian golf.

Golf in Indonesia

Indonesia features at least six significant areas with golf that is among the greatest in Asia, including Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta, Surabaya, Bali & Lombok, and Bintan & Batam. A friendly and generally female caddie will help you play your best and most enjoyable round of golf in a long time when you play golf in Indonesia. She will give you a read on the green that will cause your putt to fall for par or better.

Many outdoor sports enthusiasts worldwide, including surfers, rock climbers, and scuba divers, enjoy visiting Indonesia in Asia. Golfers aren’t any different. With some of the most beautiful landscapes on earth, Indonesia has emerged as one of the top golf tourist destinations in Asia. Here is a brief summary of some of Indonesia’s finest.

The Ocean View course at Bintan Lagoon alternates between nine holes in the jungle and nine holes with breathtaking vistas of the South China Sea. Although the Baker-Finch course is harder, tighter, and even more undulating, it lacks the variety of surroundings found on the Ocean View course.

Although Indah Puri doesn’t have the same reputation as Bintan, it is unquestionably one of Batam’s most picturesque courses. The course meanders between picturesque lakes and bunkers while occasionally running parallel to the ocean.

Golfers may enjoy spectacular South China Sea views at Laguna Bintan. Twice on the front nine, you descend to the beach lined with palm trees. On the first occasion, a shot must be made across the beach, over a rocky shore, and onto a remote green bordered by trees on the challenging par-3 eighth hole. Despite the scary appearance of this hole, the stunning ocean vista, Malaysia in the distance, and the Banyan Tree villas perched on a jungle hill across the bay serve to reduce anxiety. The second beach encounter takes place on the resort’s opposite side. The nearby par-3 12th hole is a brief, palm-lined hole.

The stunning Ria Bintan Golf Club and its magnificent Ocean course come next on the list. The challenging par-4 fifth and sixth holes take you through the beautiful tropical scenery. After that, you tee off on the renowned par-5 seventh hole and arrive at a green with a tiny pond to your front right and the South China Sea beyond. Even more amazing holes are the following two. While the challenging par-3 ninth is played over the ocean to another beautifully framed green, this one perched above the ocean on a rocky platform, the par-4 eighth offers a green that looks to sit out in the ocean.

The Tering Bay G&CC is one of Batam’s top golf courses, although not having the same stellar reputation as the nearby Bintan course due to frequently reported lower maintenance standards. The setting, which includes lush lakes, tropical vegetation, and green hills, is stunning in and of itself.

Indonesia is quickly rising to the top of the list for golfers visiting Asia who want to combine a tropical paradise with top-notch golf.

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