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In golf travel, Bali and Lombok are often mentioned under one and the same banner. As Bali and Lombok are located in close proximity to each other, golfers often combine the two for an exciting golf holiday.
Bali needs no introduction. Known the world over as the Island of the Gods, the island is famous for its magical image and sights and sounds. Its many temple complexes and white sandy beaches as well as many leisure options offer a welcome variation in tropical holidaying.
To people in the know, Lombok is what Bali was more than 25 years ago. More rough and rugged in terrain and less developed as a “holiday heaven”, Lombok is more of a backpacker destination. Especially the three islets of Gili Meno, Gili Air and Gili Trawangan, to the northwest of the main island, are particularly loved by all who prefer to stay “in touch with nature”.
In Bali golfers have a choice of four 18-hole courses, those being New Kuta Golf in the Pecatu district, Bali National Golf Resort in the Nusa Dua area, Nirwana Bali Golf Club near the Tanah Lot temple, on the island’s west coast, and last but not least the famous Bali Handara Golf Club in the central Balinese highlands of Bedugul.
In Sanur golfers can play a lovely 9-hole course named the Bali Beach Golf Club, while in the Bukit Pandawa district, south of Nusa Dua, golfers soon will be able to play the lovely par 3 Executive course of the Bukit Pandawa Golf Club, that will be opened in early 2016 and that offers ‘fun and games’ for mom, dad and golfing kids. Serious golfers may well like the fact that a game of golf on this lovely and challenging layout has the advantage of sharpening your short game, and going around in, let’s say, two hours leaves you plenty of time to enjoy the other treats Bali has on offer.
In Lombok two lovely courses are available. The oldest is the course of the Rinjani Golf Club, sitting in close proximity to Mount Rinjani, the highest peak on Lombok Island. The second course is called the Lombok Kosaido Golf Club and it sits on the northwestern seaboard of the island overlooking the three islets of Gili Meno, Gili Air and Gili Trawangan. Bear in mind that golf in Lombok is somewhat different from golfing in Bali and that is especially evident in course maintenance.
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