|Green Fee||USD 165|
|Hole / Par||18 / 72|
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Best Golfing Experience
The Bali National Golf Club in Nusa Dua, Bali is all about the golf. This Bali golf course has spectacular views, convenient location, pleasant sea breezes and a tropical paradise setting, but when it comes right down to it, when you get out on the golf course it’s all about your game. Bali National Golf Club, arguably Bali’s best golf course, offers every golfer one of the finest golfing experiences in Bali, and the course management do everything in their power to make every day a great golfing day.
Whether you are a beginner golfer, playing off scratch, a pro or just the average weekend-golfer looking for a relaxing Bali golf holiday, Bali National Golf Club claims to celebrate real people playing real golf. And we don’t doubt them. What makes Bali National Golf Club the ‘best golfing experience’? The convenient location? The challenging yet playable golf course layout? The well-maintained fairways and greens? Or the outstanding customer service, facilities, golf carts, and caddies? Whatever the reason when you put it all together the overall package makes every day a great golfing day in Bali
From the moment you drive in the entrance, to the changing room to the tee box, to the fairway, to the greens, and even the hazards, and onwards to the 19th, as well as the Ancora Golf Institute, ideal for golf lessons on Bali, The Bali National Golf Club makes sure their internationally designed 18 hole golf course offers you the best possible venue to play a round of golf of Bali. Golf greats Nick Faldo, Ian Woosnam, Vijay Singh and Colin Montgomery, have all played at The Bali National Golf Club, undoubtedly one of the five best golf experiences in Asia.
Bali National Golf Club is unique in that golfers on a Bali Golf Holiday enjoy two distinctly different nine holes. The front nine sees golfers drive off into rain forest clad hills, moving onward to spectacular vistas out over the Indian Ocean to Nusa Penida and the volcanic mountains of East Bali, where Gunung Agung reigns supreme. The back nine sees golfers doing battle with giant coconut groves to stay on the carpet of verdant green fairways and greens, finishing off with the Indian Ocean practically lapping at your golf shoes. Play the Bali National Golf Club on your next Bali Golf vacation.