New Kuta Golf Dreamland – Pecatu 高爾夫 OK

自從Nirwana Golf因為整修暫停營業後,New Kuta Golf Dreamland Uluwatu成為最受歡迎的海景高爾夫球場

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自從Nirwana Golf因為整修暫停營業後,New Kuta Golf成為最受歡迎的海景高爾夫球場(後來有新成立Pandawa Golf,會後續介紹); 翠綠的環境環抱壯闊的海景;離Jimbaran/Nusa Dua/Kuta約25/30/40分鐘車程, 相當方便;


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Add : Jl. Raya Uluwatu, Kawasan Pecatu Indah Resort, Pecatu – Jimbaran 80361, Bali
Tel : 0361-8481333 / 0811-381333



New Kuta Golf是一個佔地85公頃的錦標賽標準球場,也是印度尼西亞第一個Links Style佈局。 它將挑戰低差點並獎勵新手。有五套發球檯,有足夠的多樣性來確保所有技能水平的人都能獲得令人滿意的體驗。

位於島上武吉半島Bukit Peninsula的西南邊緣,在Pecatu。 棲息在石灰岩懸崖之上,俯瞰迷人的Dreamland和Balangan Beach。距Ngurah Rai國際機場30分鐘車程。

天然沙漠般的植被,帶有原生樹木、現有灌木、長草和爬山虎的半蘇格蘭原野。這個18洞和72標準桿的球場由 Ronald Fream、David Dale和Kevin Ramsey(美國)設計。

  • Selective public welcome
  • One day in advance reservation booking for selected public and privilege members
  • Tournament packages
  • Turf grass Seashore Paspalum

Hole categories:

  • Monkey Tee/Black: 6713 M
  • Tiger Tee/Gold: 6268 M
  • Cobra Tee/Blue: 5852 M
  • Dragon Tee/White: 5403 M
  • Eagle Tee/Red: 4917 M

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最佳場地 – 宏偉的俱樂部會所,擁有餐廳、酒吧、SPA中心和多功能廳,可欣賞到鬱鬱蔥蔥的滾滾球道和大海的全景。The Link餐廳俯瞰高爾夫球場的第9和第18果嶺,每天早上6點供應早餐,同時全天供應午餐、早茶和下午茶以及小吃,直到晚上 7 點。

一周中的每一天都提供單點菜餚,可應要求提供自助餐。在鬱鬱蔥蔥的連綿起伏的球道、原生景觀和印度洋起伏的海浪背景下,在空調舒適的環境中用餐,或者只是享受露台,觀看高爾夫球手完成他們的比賽。中庭是廣闊的開放空間和形狀海洋,從The Link餐廳和酒吧流經會所,是舉辦活動前後活動的熱門場所。俱樂部會所旁邊甚至還有一個觀景塔,會員可以爬上去觀看峇里島典型的神奇日落。

Hole 1 – Lone Tree

Named for the solitary tree which growsout of the left fairway bunker.

A generous fairway for the opening shot of your round. Aim your tee shot between the left and right fairway bunkers, or more to the left as there is Out of Bounds on the right. The green slopes from back to front and has 2 distinct tiers. It is guarded by a large bunker on the right and banking on the left and at the rear.

Pro’s Tip – The first green gives you a good opportunity to familiariseyourself with the “grainy” greens. The grain here, as it does throughout, lies in the downhill direction i.e. away from from the hills and towards the ocean and putts will roll out much more in that direction. Another tip for “seeing the grain” is that if you look up this green (into the grain) you will note that it appears to be of a much darker colour than if looking down it (with the grain)

Hole 2 – Barong

Named after the Balinese mythical lion like creature. Like the Barong when dancing, this hole weaves – left to right and up and down over its long length.

If the first was fairly straight forward, the second is most definitely not and gives the player an insight into the demanding challenges that lay ahead. Four large fairway bunkers flank the left side and thickly wooded, rocky ground runs all along the right. The green drops away from left front to right rear, has a very narrow opening and is defended on the right by a massive bunker that extends 35 meters back down the right side of the fairway and on the left by another bunker.

Pro’s Tip – A conservative approach to this 3-shooter is recommended as trouble lurks everywhere. Stay on the fairway and position yourself to play a full shot or  a high spinning lob onto the green so as to be able to stop your ball close to the hole. Be careful to not short-side yourself on the left as the gradient and grain of the green makes it virtually impossible to get up and down from here.

Hole 3 – Rangda

Named after the Balinese mythical child eating creature. She leads and army of evil witches against the leader of the forces of good – the Barong.

Considered by many to be the toughest hole on the first 9, this is a formidable par 4 especially when played into the prevailing wind. There is a slight left to right dogleg running down to the green which like the second has a narrow opening between its green side bunkers.

Pro’s Tip –  There is little margin for error here. Your tee shot should favour the left side of the fairway to give the best angle of approach and to keep well clear of the severe rough which borders the right. Your second shot must either carry the bunker which stretched across most of the front of the green or through the small gap between the bunkers. The green however is receptive to a well-judged approach as it slopes from back to front.

Hole 4 – Hati-Hati

Named after the Indonesian words for “Be Careful” . Hati-Hati features arugged creek bed (usually dry) which cannot be seen from the tee and which crosses the fairway 30 meters short of the green.

About 100 metres from the green there are fairway bunkers on the both the left and the right. Thee green itself is guarded by a bunker on the left. On the right the ground drops away sharply, making for a very difficult up and down from here.

Pro’s Tip – This short par 4 offers a realistic birdie chance. Leave your driver in the bag and lay up just short of the fairway bunkers. This will leave you with only a short iron approach into a receptive green which slopes from back to front. This is another green where the effect of the grain can be significant to the roll of your putt, so pay attention to it.

Hole 5 – Kapuk

Named for the many Kapuk (or Ceiba) trees whichfeature onthis hole. Lots of these trees can be found around the course, especially on the first 9. From Oct to Dec, the pods fall and the fine white/yellow Kapuk fibres (Kapok in English) spill out over the ground. Kapuk is mostly used as an alternative to down. The bark ot the tree has been used as a diuretic and as an aphrodisiac.

Your tee shot should favour the centre right side of the fairway to open up the approach. The leftside has many uneven lies and patches of tall grass. A bunker borders almost all of the right edge of the green and as the green slopes from right to leftis to be avoided. Also note that Out of Bounds borders the road at the back of the green.

Hole 6 – Freams Island

Named after the course’s principal architect, Ronal Fream who says “Hole 6 is our standout par 3. We had ample space to be different. This large space allowed the use of expansive alternate teeing surfaces, and a vast aea of intimidating sand.”

This is a unique hole in that the large, island green is completely surrounded by a board swathe of sand. A classic par 3 delightfully set with the hills behind. Feel free to visit the “The Bunker” half-way house at the tee for some refreshment.

Hole 7 – Perfection

An outstanding golf hole that provides a visual treat from the tee with fairway bunkers, a usually dry creek bed and an elevated green guarded by a cluster of bunkers at the front all in sight. Shorter hitters will be well advised to play this hole as a par 5 by lying up short of the creek to make for a much easier approach. This has a cross diagonal green – nearer on the from right and ack on the left.

Hole 8 – Mangga

Named for the many Mangga trees (Mango in English) which can be seen growing to the right of the tee and on both sides of the green. The fruit is juicy with high water content, making it an ideal refreshment on hot Bali days.

A charming downhill par 3 that usually plays downwind. The green slopes from left front to right back and is guarded by a large bunker on the right.

Hole 9 – Kamboja

Named after the colorful Kamboja trees (Frangipani in English) which are both abundant in and synonymous with Bali. The blossoms are very fragrant and popularly used by the Balinese for offerings and for hair decorations. The Balinese call it Jepun and many fine examples can be found growing around the green and the Clubhouse.

The shortest par 5 on the Courde which features a left to right slanting fairway and a deep, well-guarded green. The elegant Clubhouse provides an attractive backdrop.

Hole 10 – Sunset Lake

If you are fortunate to be near this hole early in the morning or late in the afternoon, you will surely be delighted by the vivid colours of the sky being reflected in the still waters of the lake.

An appealing hole all laid out in front of you to start the back 9. Pick your line across the lake – the bravest and longest hitters will aim just to the right of the green. Think positive thoughts and don’t let your mind wander to the water. This green has the most back to front slope on it than any other on the course and is guarded by twobunkers on the left and another on the right.

Hole 11 – Ocean View

From the tee look down the bowl of the fairway where you will find, perfectly framed, the beautiful deep blue ocean which will attract your eye for the next six holes. You are starting on the most scenic part of The Links Challenge, a string of holes that will have you reaching for your camera at every turn.

An excellent par 4 featuring a left to right dogleg and then down a shallow valley to a saucer shaped green. Big hitters may choose to hit a fade over the bunkers in the middle of the fairway to give a much shorter approach. The green slopes from front to back and is defended by a bunker front left and banking on the right.

Hole 12 – Saddle

Named for the pronounced saddle on the unusual 3 tiered green. It slopes up from the front to the saddle in the middle and then down to the back. Although the green is long, it is quite narrow and is guarded by two bunkers on the right, one on the left and has a steep wooded slope at the back left. This tee shot will challenge even the best of iron players.

Hole 13 – Alang-Alang

Named for the swathes of Alang-Alang grass which can be found growing around the tee, on both sides of the fairway and on the rigth side of the green. Alang-Alang grows in dense masses and is up to 100cm in height, The blades are about 2cm wide with the tips being sharp and pointy. In Bali Alang-Alang is often harvested, dried, tied in bundles and used as thatched roofing for houses, bales and other buildings.

A tought par 4 that doglegs from right to left with the green being hidden from the tee. There are fairway bunkers on both sides which need to be avoided. The two tiered green slopes from front to back and into the middle from the left and right. It is well defended by a large bunker on the left and two bunkers on the right.

Hole 14 – Dreamland

Named after the famous Dreamland Beach which can be looked down upon from the back of the green. The view from the tee is simply stunning but it gets better as you progress down the faiway as the whole of the gorgeous bay opens up to you. This entire coastline is one of the Wold’s to surfing locations.

A difficult driving hole as your tee shot needs to negotiate the many bunkers and find the fairway. The left side offers the shortest route, but the big bunker coupled with the impenetrable rough on this side make it the most risky line to take. To state the obvious, be wary of hitting too long an approach shot into this green or your ball will tumble off the cliff and never be seen again.

Hole 15 – The Cliff Hanger

“The Cliff Hanger” half-way house is a wonderful place to refresh yourself and enjoy the magnificent views of the sweeping bay which ends at Uluwatu, site of one of Bali’s four most scared Temples. This is the Signature Hole and as you stand on the tee and take in the 240 degree ocean views, you will understand why this is one of the most photograped hole’s in the world.

The generous green slopes from left to right and from back to front. It is guarded by bunkers left and right. There is another bunker back left which will save many a badly topped or over clubbed shot.

Hole 16 – Balangan

Balangan is the name of the stunning white sand beach to the left of the tee. There are few more picturesque tee locations anywhere. However, you are now emarking on three of the toughest closing holes in golfwhere many a match has been decided and a good scoredcard ruined. For a unique view, walk to the championship tee to look down on the surfers taking off on the perfect waves that wrap around the cliff.

This long par 5 in classic Links territory – it usually plays into the wind, has a rumpled fairway which follows the natural contours, penal rough, many bunkers and a large but well protected green. It is fairly straight for most of its length but then doglegs right to left –  the green cannot be seen from the tee.

Hole 17 – Slippery Slope

Named for the steeply sloped green that is the main defence of this slight left to right dogleg par 4. The green is protected by a severe drop off and two bunkers on the left and on the right by another bunker and steepbanking.

Hole 18 – Home

Unlike many closing par 5’s in golf, this is not a par 4.5. This very long, double dogleg brute is a true 3-shotter and can be quite daunting for short hitters. There is Out of Bounds along both sides of the fairway and at the back of the green. There are many bunkers, trees in the fairway and the approach shot to the green is often played blind. There is even a small lake to centend with. Make no mistakethis is a tough finishing hole where to secure your par will need both sound strategy and good shit execution.