The uphill par 4 hole #12

The tricky par 3 hole #11

The approach on the par 5 hole #16

On the left: the par 3 hole #11. On the right: coming down the par 5 hole #10

The uphill par 4 hole #14

The par 4 hole #6

The Paradise For Long Hitters

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The New Course too was designed by Thomson & Wolveridge. It opened in 1991 and quickly earned a reputation as one of the most demanding tests of golf in the Asia Pacific Region. In 1997 it was the host venue for the Indonesian Open and saw a winner in Aussie golfer Craig Perry.

The New Course measures 6,322 meters. Although the fairways appear much wider than the Old Course, often they become restricted through the landing zones with well-placed and deep faced fairway bunkers waiting to capture the next victim.

From the back tee, the 11th hole is one of the most dramatic par 3 holes found anywhere. Playing its entire length over the winding Cikeas River to a narrow green that is surrounded by the same river at three sides this hole can be a score breaker.

Holes #11, #12 and #13 are among the toughest on this New Course course and make up for JG&CC’s own “Amen Corner”.


Old Course

Located in a rather “high and hilly” part of the Cikeas river valley, the Old Course is situated in an impressive former jungle-setting that more than typifies the natural beauty Read more…

Z-Nine Course

The Z-nine was completed in late 1997, and it winds through a most enchanting part of the Cikeas River Valley. The tee box of the final hole (par 3) sits way atop a hill that offers a bird’s eye view Read more…