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Golf Day - APOT Bali 2017

Bali 2017 Golf Day

New Kuta Golf is a championship standard course and the first links style layout in Indonesia. It will challenge both the low handicapper and reward the novice. With five sets of tees, there’s enough variety to ensure a satisfying experience for all skill levels.

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New Kuta Golf is a championship standard course and the first links style layout in Indonesia.

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New Kuta Golf Course Info

New Kuta Golf is a championship standard course and the first links style layout in Indonesia. It will challenge both the low handicapper and reward the novice. With five sets of tees, there’s enough variety to ensure a satisfying experience for all skill levels.

  • Par 72
  • 18-Hole Course
  • Selective public welcome
  • One day in advance reservation booking for selected public and privilege members
  • Tournament packages
  • Turf grass Seashore Paspalum
  • Total area 85 hectares
  • Hole categories Monkey Tee/Black : 6832 M
  • Tiger Tee/Gold : 6378 M
  • Cobra Tee/Blue : 6000 M
  • Dragon Tee/White : 5600 M
  • Eagle Tee/Red : 5165 M

With five sets of tees, there’s enough variety to ensure a satisfying experience for all skill levels.

More info here

Design & Location

Designer Golfplan – Ronald Fream, David Dale & Kevin Ramsey (USA)

Landscape Natural desert-like vegetation with native trees, a semi Scottish rough of existing shrubs, long grass and creepers.

Location On the southwestern rim of the island’s Bukit Peninsula, within the Pecatu Indah Resort grounds. Perched above a limestone cliff, overlooking stunning Dreamland and Balangan Beach. 20 Minutes driving distance from the International Ngurah Rai Airport.

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Location

Name of golf club - The Address of Golf Club, Bali Indonesia +00.0.0000.0000
Golf St, Cebu 0000, Indonesia

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2017 - Bali
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2014 - India
2014 - Vietnam
2012 - Korea
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