- 5 Golf Courses + 1 currently under renovation
- pleasant to play all year round
- Green Fee USD 80-140
- Carts often included
- Skilled caddies available
- Golf teachers can be hired
- Equipment rental available
Bali is the place in Indonesia when it comes to golf – and one of the best places in Asia. There are five internationally designed and professionally managed golf courses on this rather small island. All services are state of the art. Carefully designed greens, exciting locations, well maintained putting surfaces, helpful caddies and stylish restaurants and country clubs invite you to come to Bali and enjoy an unforgettable golf holiday. In Bali, golf is played beside swaying palms, lily ponds and crashing surf.
Each golf course in Bali has its unique charm and challenges, but all are of international standard and welcome players of all skill levels to compete and have fun. Golf pros and beginners of all ages will appreciate the friendly caddies, the patient teachers and the comfort of the modern clubhouse services and facilities. Or visit the clubhouses to enjoy a nice meal in a pretty setting.
Bali is more than just a great golf holiday destination; there are many reasons our tropical island keeps earning the title of one of the best holiday islands in the world. There are so many fun activities, unique experiences and beautiful accommodation for your friends and family to enjoy. White water rafting, canyoning, surfing, day cruises to nearby islands are only a few of the activities we think you should not miss. And we should mention the food. Bali has an award-winning fine dining restaurants as well as the highest concentration of healthy food options. These make everything very easy for you to combine your game with a family holiday.
Try them all! All but one of the five currently operating golf courses are located in the south of Bali, each of them has its personality and unique challenges. Looking at the map, you may think the golf course up north of Bali is a bit far out, yet it rewards with a stunning setting that is truly unique. Picture yourself swinging your clubs inside a volcanic crater. No need to worry about any lava eruptions; the volcano is very much asleep. But if you wish to be nearer the best hotels, restaurants, activities and of course beaches, then the four courses in the south are the better choice.
In any case, Bali is not a huge island and their golfers, you choose to stay in Sanur for a few days, then move down to Nusa Dua, and if there is some time left, they enjoy highlands of the north
to make their golf holiday complete
Some of the golf courses in Bali are part of a resort and offer great stay & play packages. Players travelling with friends or family often prefer to rent a private pool villa in an area with restaurants, spas and fun activities nearby. If you stay for more than five days, we suggest you try accommodation in different parts of Bali and soak in the diverse scenery and explore the local culture. It is not uncommon that golf players choose more than one golf course to play while in Bali, and arrange their accommodation accordingly.List of Golf Hotels
Bali is beautiful all year round, and the average temperature does not change that much throughout the year. The period of May till September is known as the dry season and therefore considered to be the best time to play golf although it may still include some short, intense rain showers. It does not mean you should avoid all the other months; April and October are still great months to play golf. And for those who like to take advantage of low season rates during the rainy season (November to March), you will be able to play enough golf. There are days when it does not rain at all, and the sun always comes out at one moment of the day.