A 2018 JMP creation, the course at Parahyangan Golf Bandung is like no other. Routed around terraced rice paddies and even a fishing village, the layout plunges across ravines and valleys connected by seven dramatic bridges.
The Arnold Palmer-designed River and Lake nines at Emeralda Golf Club were originally billed as the 18-hole South course when they were first unveiled in 1994.
Set in the foothills of the East Java mountains, Finna Golf & Country Club is a mid-1990s Thomson, Wolveridge and Perrett creation where elevated tees play over former rice paddies in a tranquil, tropical paradise.
Built on the site of a rudimentary military course, Bob Moore’s 27 holes at Suvarna Jakarta Golf Club bear no resemblance to the old layout. The JMP design is a tropical nod to links golf, but the reality is that Suvarna is parkland and more than a world away from a real links.
The Imperial Klub Golf is a public facility situated in the new town development of Lippo Karawaci, half an hour’s drive west of Jakarta city centre.
Opened in 1994, the mountain course at Merapi Golf Yogyakarta is an 18-hole public layout which can be stretched to a lengthy 6,370 meters from the back tees.
Mountain View Golf Club is a short, tight and dramatic Thomson and Perrett-design from 2007 that's configured with five par threes and the same number of par fives.
The East course at the 36-hole Gunung Geulis Country Club was unveiled two years after the West course opened in 1992. It’s designed to play as two distinct nines, with an undulating outward half and a gentler, more open inward half.
Set in the Puncak foothills, the Gunung Geulis Country Club sits around 500 metres above sea level, where the air somehow seems to be cleaner and cooler than many of the other Jabodetabek courses.
Black Rocks Hotel and Golf Club is located on the gorgeous island of Belitung and this lengthy (7,255-yard) Ron Fream design debuted in 2019. The facility is named after the adjacent rock-strewn Tanjung Tinggi Beach, famous for its huge granite boulders.