What’s unusual about this new addition to Bali’s golfing firmament - a line up that also includes the Greg Norman-designed Nirwana Bali, the challenging layout at New Kuta and the acclaimed track at Bali National - is that each of its 18-holes is a par-3. In fact, it is the first 18-hole par-3 championship course in Indonesia.
Designed by Bob Moore of California-based JMP Golf Design Group and managed by AccorHotels, Bukit Pandawa G&CC is also the first phase of an unprecedented hospitality project taking shape on Bali’s southern coastline, where the club’s ownership group, luxury resort developer PT Bali Ragawisata, is planning to add hotels and residences managed by world-renowned brands Mandarin Oriental, Waldorf Astoria and Swissôtel and a soon-to-be-announced enterprise that has long been synonymous with the finest things in life.
“We’re setting the stage for everything that’s to come here,” said Stephen Banks, general manager of Bukit Pandawa G&CC. “We’re equal parts ground-breaking, eye-popping and extraordinary.”