Dago Heritage 1917 Golf Course

JL. Lapangan Golf Dago Atas No.78 , Bandung, West Java , Indonesia, 40135

The Dago Heritage 1917 Golf Course is a classic British-style course that poses a great challenge due to the natural terrain. Each hole is strategically placed to highlight its unique features. The serene and picturesque surroundings of Bandung make playing on this course an enjoyable experience.

Dago Heritage 1917 Golf Course is one of Indonesia’s hilliest golf courses, with an elevation ranging from 950 to 1,065 meters above sea level. This creates a cooler climate and offers breathtaking views of Bandung from almost every hole. The course has a par of 70 and a great mix of holes, including just two par 5s.

Shot-making and course management is essential to score well on the narrow and not very long fairways at Dago Heritage. Although long-hitters may not find many challenges on this par 70 course, all golfers can enjoy the beautiful views and mountain pine tree atmosphere. The front nine holes extend into the valley, while the back nine play uphill, culminating in the finishing hole that leads to the clubhouse.

In addition to the golf course, Dago Heritage offers a spacious practice area and a well-equipped pro shop. The new clubhouse, located in an elevated position, boasts a restaurant with stunning views of the course and the city.

The Dago Heritage 1917 Golf Course provides golfers of all levels with ample challenges and playing pleasure. Although it may be shorter than modern courses, its location and character make it a unique and memorable experience.

Course Details

18 Holes Par: 70 Length: 5150 meters Slope: 114 Rating: 64.2

Course Informations

  • Year built: 1917
  • Architect(s): Chohei Miyasawa
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  • Season: Year round


  • Dress Code: Proper golf attire


  • Carts: Yes
  • Clubs: Yes
  • Caddies available: Yes


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  • Putting green: Yes
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