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Permata Sentul Golf

Address Permata Sentul Golf
Jl. Leuwinutug, Desa Tangkil
Citeureup, Bogor
Telephone +62 21 8795 9779
Fax +62 21 8795 9782
Website N/A
Email pspgolf@cbn.net.id
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Holes 18 International standard course
Length Black tees: 5,827 m, blue tees: 5,483 m, white tees:5,291 m, red tees: 4,658 m
Par 71
Visitors Membership course open to non-members and guests weekdays. Weekends, guests must be introduced and accompanied by a Member.
Green Fees
Weekday with Member: B, w/o Member B
Saturday with Member:D/D
Sunday Morning:D/D
Holiday Morning: D/D
Includes green fee, caddy fee, cart and insurance
Facilities . Eagle Restaurant overlooking the driving range (Indonesian, Korean or European cuisine), Albatros Room (meeting room)
. Pro Shop
. Driving Range
. Sport Club open to Public with Fitness - Swimming Pool, 2 Tennis Courts - Sauna - Traditional Massage facilities.
Description The front nine predominantly plays down-hill, while the back nine plays up-hill.
A choice of 4 different tee box positions makes it playable by players of all levels.
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