The golf course at Palm Hill Golf Club was designed by Tom Matteson and Japan’s Taisei Corporation and offers players of all abilities the opportunity to score low. The gently rolling fairways are a pleasure and there are many bailout areas throughout the 18 holes so even if you find yourself off the fairway, you should be able to recover without too much difficulty.
Some of the fairways are adjacent to each other and that means you can be wayward off the tee but still have a nice shot to get yourself back into play. However, water plays a significant role at Palm Hill Golf Club and a boulder-rich river separates holes 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 from the other holes on the course. If you happen to play a round after heavy rainfall, the river can be a spectacular sight but you can kiss goodbye to any balls which land in the water.
You must cross over water on the 7, 11, 13 and 15 while on holes 5, 7, 9 and 18 water comes into play from either the tee box or landing. This means you cannot afford to lose sight of the target, despite the overall friendly layout of the course.
The course at Palm Hill Golf Club is maintained to a very high standard and has been rewarded with the hosting of some top Indonesian golf tournaments. The Indonesian Golf Challenge and Ladies Indonesian Open have both been played at Palm Hill Golf Club recently.
The Spanish style clubhouse boats indoor and outdoor seating areas plus a great restaurant which offers Indonesian, Japanese and International cuisine. Complete with a locker room, spa, massage facility and two practice greens in addition to the excellent golf course, Palm Hill Golf Club is proving very popular with locals and visitors alike.