Abdulrachman Saleh Golf Course is a popular golf destination located in East Java, Indonesia. The course is named after the Indonesian Air Force Marshal, Abdulrachman Saleh, who was a native of the city of Malang where the golf course is situated.
The course features a well-maintained 18-hole par-72 layout that spans over 6320 meters. The design style of the golf course is parkland, with tree-lined fairways, numerous water hazards, and challenging bunkers. The course is suitable for golfers of all levels and offers a fair but challenging test of golf.
One of the standout holes on the course is the par-5 14th, which is a risk-reward hole that requires a strategic approach. The hole features a dogleg left with a narrow fairway leading to the green. Long hitters can attempt to reach the green in two by cutting the corner over the trees, but they risk landing in the water hazards on both sides of the fairway.
Abdulrachman Saleh Golf Course is well-equipped with facilities to cater to the needs of golfers. The clubhouse features a pro shop, locker rooms, and a restaurant that serves a variety of Indonesian and Western dishes. Caddies are also available to assist golfers with their game and ensure a memorable experience on the course.