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Bogor Golf Club

Address Bogor Golf Club
Jl. Dr. Semeru N°65
16111 Bogor
Telephone +62-251 322891
Holes 9 - Parkland
Length Men 2.940 m - Ladies 2.436 m
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I think Bogor Golf Club is the oldest golf course in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia, which was established in 1935. This is a 9 holes golf course and unfortunately not in a good shape, but I guarantee that the course is very playable!
If you are looking for a nice fairways and putting greens, you'll be much dissapointed. It is hard to distinguish the fairways from the rough, especially at the first fairway. Weeds are all over the course! Even on the green, you?ll be hard to line a put as the bumpy surface sometimes will alter your putts. You?ll find the putting surface more like a fairway in a well-maintained golf courses.
Having said that, this is a very nice course for everybody who wants to start playing the game. One, most holes here is quite straight. Two, less people playing here means you can play even two or three balls. Three, the green fee is very affordable and surely will knock down the stigma that golf is always expensive, especially in Indonesia. I played this course with two of my fellow golf editors with less than US$20 for green fee and caddy tip on weekdays!
With total length 2.940 meters from the male tee box (2.436 meters from female tee box), three of its nine holes can be played differently. Hole 2 par 4 can be played as par 3; hole 7 par 3 can be played as par 4 dogleg right; and hole 8 par 4 can be played as par 5. One suggestions for every body who wants to play here: keep your ball on the fairways, otherwise you can consider your ball lost in somewhere as the bushes and weeds are covering the course! But, again, this is a great course if you want to hone your skill.
Mark: 7
VFM-good: Value For Money: Good
Raka S. Kurnia January 8, 2016

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