The capital of West Java province, Bandung is Indonesia’s fourth most populous city. Located 750 meters above sea level, the city experiences cooler year-round temperatures than most cities in Indonesia, hence its reputation for having ‘the best climate in Indonesia’. The city itself is surrounded by dormant volcanic mountains, and dotted with beautiful art deco buildings – a legacy of Dutch colonial times. Thousands of students study in Bandung each year, giving it a vibrant, modern feel. Off the golf course there is plenty to explore, from beautiful botanic gardens to upmarket shopping malls and fascinating local street markets.
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Bandung Indah Golf & Country Club is a Par 72 course running at 6,281 yards but with the challenge of a few long Par 5’s, one running at 545 yards. Designer, Michael Coates created some artificial hills to add to the layout and most holes are close to several water hazards.
Dago Endah Golf & Country Club is located in the Bandung foothills, 8 kilometers north of the city. It was established in 1917 on 50 hectares of land, making it one of Indonesia’s oldest golf courses. Originally only a 9 hole golf course, in 1994, Japanese golf course architect, Chohei Miyazawa expanded the course to 18 holes.
Mountain View Golf Club, Bandung was created in 1996 by Australian golfing legend and five times world champion, Peter Thompson along with well-known course architect, Ross Peret. Although only 5,583 yards long, these two masters of golf design have created a very interesting, ‘risk and reward ‘ set-up.
Designed by Bob Moore of USA-based JMP Golf Design Group, this 18 hole, championship golf course opened to the public 2018. The course is a part of the larger Kota Baru Parayhangan development and makes full use of the dramatic valley-to-mountain landscape surrounding it.