Welcome to Bali National Golf Club, where golfers can enjoy a unique internationally designed, par 72 tournament standard golf course of 7,166 yards from the back tees.
The tee box on Hole # 1, sets the tempo for the front nine, with beautifully mature trees set in parkland terrain, against a backdrop of spectacular ocean views. Upon reaching the green on hole # 4, a spectacular view can interupt one’s putting, all the way to the majestic Gunung Agung! The high point is reached at Hole # 7 tee box, where the ocean view may hinder the shots required to conquer one of Indonesia’s longest holes, a par 5 of some 620 yards! Then, it’s onwards to Hole # 8, where your tee shot must traverse a “jungle” ravine to the winding fairway spread out beyond. And last but not least, while Hole # 9 beckons with a generous fairway, the babling brook crossing the fairway and emptying into the lake on the right side is to be avoided, before taking your approach shot to the elevated peninsula green!
Having completed the “first stanza”, it’s on to beautifully rolling coconut groves, with strategically located lakes on holes # 11 and 12 to test the nerve and skill of all golfers. A plethora of well placed bunkers are to be navigated on the par 5, hole # 13 before landing on the nestled down green. Following the playing of two gentle par 4’s, holes # 14 & 15, one must be ready for the strong finishing holes, commencing with Hole # 16, a par 5 carved from amongst high dunes, with the prevailing wind almost all ways in your face! Then, we cross the road to a game breaker, the par 3, 17th hole, where playing for the first time, golfers may well ask, “where’s the fairway”! Yes, your tee shot needs to be somewhat precise, as tee boxes and the green are the only dry piece of land on the hole!
Hole # 18 a 400 yard dogleg left, draped by a lake all the way down the left side of the fairway, brings you to the 18th green directly in front of the clubhouse terrace, where many golfers will be watching your par puts!
Bali National Golf Club “Where Every Day is a Great Golf Day”