Tee-off: Driving into the club property, you will be greeted by the view of Bali Golf & Country Club’s Balinese style clubhouse and the welcoming smiles of our concierge team, who will tag your golf bag and ensure it is looked after all the way to your caddie and golf cart for the day.
Second shot: Don’t trip as you get to the top of the clubhouse stairs and are sidetracked by the views. The focal point of the clubhouse is the Pro Shop, our golf operations hub, where you will register for your round against a backdrop of the emerald green golf course and the ocean beyond. Allow yourself to fall for the temptation of a great range of top quality logo golf merchandise.
Approach: Once you’ve registered, make your way down through the tropical gardens of the swimming pool area, to the recently renovated, spacious and beautifully designed locker rooms, kitted out with all the mod cons. Our friendly, attentive team of locker room attendants will see to your shoe rentals, as well as any other golfing needs.
Chip: Ready for action, head for your golf cart, one of our fleet of 80 brand new two-seater Club Car Precedent golf carts, the number one golf cart on the market today. You will find your golf bag already set up on your golf cart by your experienced caddie, along with a cooler box filled with icy cold beverages and complimentary water. An on course golfer’s café cart will also provide snacks and beverages to keep your strength and energy up.
Putt: Warm up at our driving range, perhaps with one of our Ancora Golf Institute PGA professional instructors on hand to help you make today’s round your best yet.
In the hole: Tee off. And remember: at Bali Golf & Country Club, every day is a great golf day!
The 19th: Head for the 19th hole – The Bunker & Eagle’s Nest – for a relaxing drink or two, then stay for a delicious ocean-view dinner at Barong Restaurant. For more info on the club’s food and beverage facilities see our Eating & Drinking section.
Golf: “A passion, an obsession, a romance, a nice acquaintanceship with trees, sand, and water.” Bob Ryan