History

History

Built during President Sukarno’s administration to accommodate Ganefo (Games of the New Emerging Forces) in 1968, the course was part of a massive urban development of South Jakarta called Gelanggang Olahraga (Gelora) Bung Karno. The course was originally built over a 20-hectare land and formerly known as Kebayoran Golf Course until it received a new name Klub Golf Senayan in the late 80s, during which an additional 10-hectare was added to make a par 70 city park-type layout. Since then, it has been renowned for its traditional “tight” tree-lined fairways and is a good test for golfers of all levels.

historiIn 2012, Klub Golf Senayan was Reborn and receive a new name: Senayan National Golf Club. Since May 2011, the Club started to receive total renovation led by Robert Moore Jr., a world-renowned golf course architect. The Renovation Program focused on addressing all infrastructure issues, improving turf quality, infusing the golf course with a more interesting strategy of play and greatly enhancing visual drama and beauty of the golf course.

New amenities include a clubhouse, lockers, a bar and lounge, and meeting rooms where you can discuss business in both comfort and privacy. The improvements foster a total experience that promises to be memorable after each club visit.

An oasis in the heart of one of the world’s largest and busiest cities, a welcome respite from the demands of working in an emerging global economic center, Senayan National Golf Club offers a unique botanical heritage course in central Jakarta. This is a relaxing space where Indonesian and expatriate businessmen and dignitaries perfect their golfing game and mingle amid luxuriant greenery.