Bintan Golf Courses

Golf in Indonesia has so much variety to offer golfers and their partners, with incredible and different destinations to suit all tastes and budgets. If you wish to enjoy your rounds of golf we have created a review of the courses at every destination including Bandung, Bintan, Jakarta, Surabaya Yogyakarta and Bali. Here we describe the top golf clubs on Bintan Island. If you need more information just let us know, as all of us at Indonesian Golf Holidays are here to help!

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Bintan Golf Courses


Bintan Lagoon Golf Club, Seaview Course

The Bintan Lagoon Golf Club’s “Seaview Course” is 6,443 meters of 18 beautiful golf holes created and inspired by golfing legend Jack Nicklaus. Open back in 1996 on Bintan Island, and just a short ferry trip from Singapore, golfers and media from all over the world have been amazed by what everyone has described as an enthralling and awesome¬† undulating jungle golf course.

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Bintan Lagoon Golf Club, Woodlands Course

Ex US Ryder Cup Captain, Ian Baker-Finch was the designer of the Bintan Lagoon Golf Club’s ” Woodlands Course”, which he created back in 1996. Here he has cleverly incorporated the 6,832 yards through a wonderful rainforest, designed with the front nine holes going away from the resort and the back nine winding their way back to the clubhouse.

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Laguna Golf Bintan

Laguna Golf Bintan was originally created by Greg Norman back in 1998, and after a major revamp was then officially relauched by Laguna’s own Golf Ambassador, Sir Nick Faldo in 2016. This tropical 18 hole Par 72 courses is well known for its remarkable sea views and its unusual layout allowing for a very unique golf experience.

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Ria Bintan Golf Club

Ria Bintan Golf Club is one of golfing legend Gary Player’s great designs, with 27 holes running through mature woodlands or beside windswept ocean fronts. Here you have an 18 hole ‘Ocean Course” opened in 1998 with many holes offering fantastic views of the South China Sea.

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