The Bali Golf Weeks are run on two occasions during the year. They are attended by amateur golfers from all over the World. In 2018 the schedule is: –
Bali Hai Golf Week – Tuesday the 10th of April to Sunday the 15th of April.
Bali Carnival Golf Week – Sunday the 23rd of September to Friday the 28th of September.
The Bali Golf Weeks are held on the Island of Bali (the Island of the Gods), Indonesia and played at the 4 Championship Golf Courses – New Kuta Golf (Pecatu), Bali National Golf (Nusa Dua), the newly opened Bukit Pandawa Golf & Country Club (Pandawa) and the Handara Golf & Resort (Bedugul).
The Bali Golf Weeks are open to all male and female amateur golfers.
Non-golfers are most welcome to join the Golf Weeks. Non-golfers are also welcome to attend all scheduled evening events. There are activities for non-golfers during the weeks which are detailed in both the Daily Schedule and Optional Tours.
The Bali Golf Weeks are restricted to 120 golfers. There are no restrictions on the number of non-golfers.
For the Bali Golf Weeks there are daily competitions some of which are individual and some of which are teams. There are prizes for both men and ladies when it is an individual competition.
On all playing days during Bali Golf Weeks there are 2 Nearest the Pin prizes.
More information regarding the daily formats and prizes can be found in Competition and Formats
Airfares are not included. Transport to and from the Denpasar airport, hotels and to all golf courses is included. Transport to and from the hotels to the Presentation Dinner is also included. Transport to and from the hotels to the specified evening activities is also included.
On Day 6 transport from your Ubud Hotel to your choice of location in the Kuta area (e.g. the Airport or your next Hotel) is included.
There are specially tailored optional daily tours for non-golfers during the Golf Week. These are detailed in Optional Tours.
Depending on the passport and country you are travelling from. For most Nationalities Indonesia provides a free 30 Day Tourist Visa on arrival. However, you should consult with your national embassy to see what visa requirements Indonesia has for your nation’s passport.