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In the 1970's Indonesia's first toll road was constructed, connecting Jakarta to the outlying cities of Bogor and Ciawi. This Ja[karta]-[Bo]gor-[Ci]awi highway soon became known as the Jagorawi toll road.
In the same year as the opening of this toll road, golf course construction started at Jagorawi Golf & Country Club. The first 9 holes were completed in 1979 upon which the club opened for play, and in 1981 the second 9 holes were completed of what was then called the Garden Course, but now is known as the Old Course.
Located in the stunning and former jungle-land setting known as the Cikeas River valley, this golf course was the first "new-era" layout in the country, and became the prime example as well as the fore-runner for the further development of the golf sport in Indonesia. The Old Course was also the first course in the country that was designed by a world renowned golf course designer team (Thomson & Wolveridge), a feat that was unprecedented at the time.
To provide more choice for members a second 18-hole course was built, the New Course. Although designed by the same tandem of Thomson & Wolveridge, it proves to be a complete different challenge for the golfer.
The latest addition is a 9-hole layout designed by Jagorawi's founder and owner, Zakir - together with longtime friend and golf course designer Max Wexler - hence aptly named the Z-Nine. Completion of this made Jagorawi the first and until now only 45-hole golf club in Indonesia.
Next to the golf course The Lodge at Jagorawi was built to accomodate golfers looking for quality accomodation in the vicinity of the golf course, as well as a stylish venue for functions of all sizes.
In 2003 the noble sport of polo founds its way to Jagorawi and nowadays the Nusantara Polo Club has complete facilities within JGCC.
To bring the game of golf in Indonesia to higher level, Jagorawi Golf & Country Club, together with CIMB Niaga, established the CIMB Preferred Golf Academy (CPGA) on its premises. This world class facility provides young, talented golfers a Junior Scholarship program, preparing them to become professional golfers capable of playing on a PGA tour in the future.
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