Bogor is a city in West Java, just an hours drive from the capital city, Jakarta. It has a high, year-round rainfall and a much cooler climate than metropolitan Jakarta, making it a great golfing destination. Bogor itself is a pleasant town, and home of the Indonesia’s Agricultural University and a Zoological Museum. In 2017, Bogor was named third-best golf destination in the Asia-Pacific region by the Asian Golf Awards. Bogor’s best golf courses include Jagorawi Golf & Country Club, Gunung Geulis Golf Resort and Emeralda Golf Club.
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Located just off the toll road between Jakarta and Bogor, Emeralda Golf Club was designed by golfing legends, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. This 27-hole course has played host to several Indonesian Opens, the Johnnie Walker Super Tour, Dunhill Asian Masters and the Volvo Masters Asia.
Built into the Bogor hills, 1,000 feet above sea level, Bogor Raya Golf Club offers a refreshingly cool game of golf, year-round. This 18-hole, par-71 golf course was designed by Australian golf architect, Graham Marsh and incorporates a picturesque setting of mature trees, flower beds, rivers and lakes.
Located 20 minutes from Bogor and 1.5 hours drive from Jakarta, Rancamaya Golf & Country Club is 450 meters above sea level with spectacular views of the extinct Mount Salak volcano. Designed by Ted Robinson, its relatively high altitude makes for cooler, more pleasant golfing conditions.
Designed by Greg Norman and just 30 kilometers from central Jakarta, this challenging 18-hole, par 72 golf course is calved into 90 hectares of jungle. Riverside Golf Course opened in 1994 under the prestigious banner of being the first Norman designed golf course in Indonesia.
Opened in 1997, Sentul Highlands Golf Club was designed by the golfing legend, Gary Player. Previously known as Mentari Golf Bukit Sentul, the course is located in the Sentul City residential development close to Bogor. It plays short at 6500 yards but makes good use of the naturally hilly terrain.