Jakarta 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 in Jakarta. 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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Jakarta Golf Courses


Cengkareng Golf Club

Cengkareng GC is a semi private golf club built close to Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, were members can go instead of using the departure lounges at the airport.  Opened in 1999, this par 72, 18 hole golf course has hosted several European Tour Indonesian Opens and Colin  Montgomerie was the winner there in 2008.

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Damai Indah Golf, Bumi Serpong Damai (BSD) Course

Damai Indah Golf, Bumi Serpong Damai (BSD) Course is around 45 minutes drive West of the city, and holds the distinction of being the first course in Indonesia created by golfing legend Jack Nicklaus.

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Damai Indah Golf, Pantai Indah Kapuk (PIK) Course

The Pantai Indah Kapuk (PIK) Golf Club, is around 30 minutes from the airport beside the Java Sea and locals here often refer it as “The Spirit of the Sea”. Created by American Robert Trent Jones, it opened in 1983 by hosting the World Cup, and went on to be the venue for the 2007 and 2010 Indonesian Open on the Asian Tour.

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Imperial Klub Golf

Imperial Klub Golf is just a 25 minute drive from Jakarta’s centre and is in fact a local public golf course, designed back in 1997 by British  architect Desmond Muirhead. Created by the massive Lippo group as a centre piece and showcase to promote their latest satellite town, this 7,204 yard par 72 layout is surrounded by many up market houses.

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Jagorawi Golf & Country Club

Jagorawi Golf and Country Club opened back in 1981 and is the country’s only 45 hole golf club. Here you have one the country’s hardest 18 holes known as “The Old Course” that has hosted the Indonesian Open, and was designed by Australian legend Peter Thompson and Mike Wolveridge.

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Royale Jakarta Golf Club

The Royale Jakarta Golf Club is one of the new courses in the city offering 27 championship holes par 72/36  over 6,609 yards. Players can play three nine hole layouts named simply North, South and West, and feature lush manicured fairways with earth mounding, water hazards and mature trees.

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Senayan National Golf Club

Originally opened back in 1962, Senayan National Golf Club became popular with locals and politicians alike as it was located in the heart of the city. It was then completely re vamped by Bob Moore and re opened in 2012.

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