Located in the vicinity of Ancol in North Jakarta, the 18-hole course was designed by renowned Australian course designer Peter Dalkeith Scott. It has a par 72 ranking with a length of 6,494 metres. A 32-bay driving range is located adjacent to the clubhouse, where players are recommended to loosen up before teeing up on the tight front nine. It’s a particularly water-rich course where no less than thirteen holes have water as a feature. The distinctive hole seven offers the added challenge of an island green.
- Damai Indah Golf-PIK Course
Pantai Indah Kapuk (PIK) course is one of Damai Indah Golf’s courses that is located along the Java Sea coastline that incorporates relaxing pools and gently winding streams as strategically positioned water hazards and bunkers, and rustic fieldstone walls made of indigenous stone. The “Spirit of the Sea” has been designed to offer enriching new perspectives within this unique 72-par, 6,048-meter golf course by skillfully integrating the natural beauty of the coastal wetlands to create playable golf rich with strategic variety.
- Royale Jakarta Golf Club
This championship course is well known for its serene vistas and dramatic landscaping, which includes carpets of exotic plants and Sea Isle Supreme paspalum grass. This outstanding 27-hole course is a test for all golfers (course lengths: North 3,291 metres; South 3,379 metres; West 3,318 metres). Luxurious facilities include a sauna and whirlpool, massage and spa, VIP rooms, fine dining restaurant and pro shop. The 24-bay driving range has a short game area and golf carts.
- Cengkareng Golf Club
Conveniently located within Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Cengkareng Golf Club is a semi-private club where members and visitors can socialize in a sophisticated resort asmosphere.
Set within the 102 hectare area of Soewarna Business Park and adjacent to the 4-star Sheraton Bandara Hotel, the classic Californian design golf course reflects the very best in golf tradition and is only a quick 15 minute drive from the Semanggi Cloverleaf bridge.