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Taman Dayu Golf Club & Resort

Taman Dayu Golf Club & Resort is an 18-hole Signature Jack Nicklaus golf course that has been open since 1995. The multi-award winning course measures a healthy 6,541 meters from the black tee markers and has used the natural terrain to incorporated many elevations from tee to green.

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Posted in 2014, Featured, Golf Courses, Indonesian Courses, May 20140 Comments

Hole #2

Imperial Klub Golf

Imperial Klub Golf is a public golf course designed by British course architect Desmond Muirhead. Developed by the Lippo group, as the showcase centre features of their satellite town, the 500-hectare development at Karawaci.

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Posted in 2014, Featured, Golf Courses, Indonesian Courses, March 20140 Comments

Merapi Golf & Mountain Resort Hole #3

Golfing Under the Volcano

In the foothills of Mount Merapi, in the valley of Kaliurang, an enchanting golf course has been created by the renowned design team of Thomson, Wolveridge & Perret. Sitting at some 800 metres above sea level, the Merapi Golf & Mountain Resort offers not only great golf and stunning views from literally every tee box, fairway or green, but it also offers play in a pleasant and cool climate.

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Posted in 2014, Featured, Golf Courses, Indonesian Courses, March 20140 Comments

Jababeka Golf & Country Club

Jababeka Golf & Country Club

As is the case with most residential golf courses, Jababeka Golf and Country Club was built primarily to increase the appeal of the residential real estate to be developed in the immediate vicinity, currently in its early stages. Currently there are approximately 500 members, mostly corporate memberships purchased by Japanese, Korean and Philippine factories established in the Cikarang Baru area.

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Posted in 2014, Featured, Golf Courses, Indonesian Courses, March 20141 Comment

Janik Tscheschlok

Golf in Papua: Birdies in the Jungle

Papua is a genuine “off-the-beaten-track” destination. Rather undiscovered by mass tourism. Of late, however, Papua is putting itself on the world tourism map, and predominantly because it is home to two of the world’s most remote natural wonders. Call them the last frontiers, if you will!

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Posted in 2014, Featured, February 2014, Golf Courses, Indonesian Courses0 Comments

Hole #12 at Pondok Indah Golf Golf Course

Pondok Indah Golf Course

A similarly urban setting to its closest competitor Senayan National, Pondok Indah Golf Course, takes the crown for Central Jakarta’s best course.

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Posted in 2014, Featured, February 2014, Golf Courses, Indonesian Courses0 Comments

18th Hole - Royal Thimpu Golf Club

Golfing in the Kingdom of Bhutan

Landlocked between China and India in the Himalayan mountain range, Bhutan is one of the most geographically, politically and technologically isolated countries in the world. With just three nine hole golf courses, it is very much an emerging golfing nation.

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Posted in 2014, Featured, Golf Courses, Golfing Abroad, January 20141 Comment

Padivalley Clubhouse view from hole 9 - photo by Dennis G. Kloeth

Padivalley Golf Club: Makasar’s Magnet to Golfers

Golfers that live and work in Indonesia may consider themselves a lucky bunch. With more than 150 golf courses nationwide, all who embrace the King of sports will have no difficulties in choosing a fabulous course for their next game.

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Posted in 2014, Featured, Golf Courses, Indonesian Courses, January 20140 Comments

Royale Jakarta Golf Club - Hole 5 West Course

Royale Jakarta Golf Club

Introduction Royale Jakarta Golf Club is a world-class championship golf layout open to the public, which has recently grown famous amongst avid golfers in Indonesia and South-East Asia as the host venue for the CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters, an Asian Tour sanctioned event. Being the host venue for Indonesia’s most prestigious professional event attracting Asia’s [...]

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Posted in 2014, Featured, Golf Courses, Indonesian Courses, January 20140 Comments

Gunung Salak

Zen Golf: Stay and Play at Lido Lakes

We have all heard and used Robert Frost’s metaphoric phrase, ‘to take the path less traveled’ but how many of us can say that we actually have? For golfers around Jakarta that less traveled path is the one that leads to the Lido Golf Club and Resort in the mountains just outside of Bogor. Quietly nestled between mount Salak, Pangrango and Gede75km from Jakarta, the Lido G.C. rewards golfers who are willing to make the trek with one of the most serene 18-holes in all of West Java.

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Posted in 2013, December 2013, Golf Courses, Indonesian Courses, Stay And Play0 Comments

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