New par-three course to officially open in Bali this October

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    The sixth hole features views of a traditional Balinese kul-kul tower

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    It is the first 18-hole par-three course to open in Indonesia

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    The Bukit Pandawa layout has been designed by Bob Moore of JMP Golf Course Design

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    The fifth hole features views of the Indian Ocean

Sean Dudley
By Sean Dudley

The first 18-hole par-three golf course in Indonesia will officially open for play this October.

Located at Bukit Pandawa Golf & Country Club on the island of Bali, the new par-three course has been designed by Bob Moore of JMP Golf Course Design.

Bukit Pandawa Golf & Country Club sits on the edge of the Bukit Peninsula and is characterised by a number of rock outcroppings, terraced rice paddies and clifftop sea views.

A highlight of the design is the 148-yard 13th hole, which is framed by three bunkers and features curved stone walls in the foreground and a traditional Balinese kul-kul tower and the Indian Ocean in the background.

With a par of 54, a typical round takes about 90 minutes.

The official grand opening will take place on 8 October.

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