Bali National Golf Club in Nusa Dua

Premier Golf Course and Resort in Southern Bali

Bali National Golf Club is the premier golf course and resort in the southern Bali area. The course easily brings sweet memories to regular visiting golfers who’ve played the course over the two decades it was Bali Golf and Country Club before its overhaul and reopening in mid-2014. Besides welcoming you to a new modern clubhouse, the landscaped greens are now further enhanced, and still offer challenging rounds with its 18 holes amid bunkers and tropical gardens.

There are three sections of the course that golfers traverse through roads within the Nusa Dua complex. The front nine holes mostly comprise greens, bunkers and shrubbery, with one small lake in the western part of the course. The northern section is home to holes 10 to 16, with three lakes and a combination of sand bunkers, while the smaller base section is home to holes 17 and 18, also with three lakes and most of the club facilities. These include a Pro Shop, modern locker rooms with showers and changing facilities, and restaurants and bars.

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Be it play or nostalgic replay, Bali National Golf Club is worth the try. Those staying within the five-star Nusa Dua resort enclave enjoy ease of transfer, within only five minutes travel from most resorts in the area. The central section and clubhouse area of the golf course is situated right between the beachfronts of the St. Regis Bali Resort and Novotel Bali Nusa Dua.

To get you from tee to tee, there’s a fleet of 80 of the latest model Club Car Precedent golf carts that are equipped with fully-stocked beverage cooler boxes, and complimentary water and an assigned caddie for each player. Whenever players feel famished between games, the Halfway Houses at holes 4 and 14 serve up a full stock of refreshments. The club also offers staycation players their luxury villa accommodation, complete with swimming pool and spa. Bali National Golf Club features Ancora Golf, the only professional golf institute on the island.

Rates start from IDR 5,500,000 (USD 417) per player for a three-round pass, and 18-hole rounds are IDR 2,200,000 (USD 167) per player. A ‘sundowner’ rate for unlimited playing between 14:00 and 18:30 is IDR 1,300,000 (USD 98). Rates are inclusive of green fees, golf carts, assigned caddies and complimentary mineral water. Use of its driving range is complimentary, with an extra 25 balls at IDR 40,000 (USD 3). Memberships are available.

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