Tidar Golf Course is a popular golf course located in the city of Magelang, in Central Java, Indonesia. It is situated near the famous Tidar Hill, offering stunning views of the surrounding landscapes. The golf course was designed by the renowned golf course architect, Peter Dalkeith Scott, and opened for play in 1951.
The 18-hole golf course covers an area of 72 hectares and offers a challenging yet enjoyable golfing experience for players of all skill levels. The course features undulating fairways, strategically placed bunkers, and water hazards that come into play on several holes. The greens are generally large and well-manicured.
The signature hole at Tidar Golf Course is the par-3 14th, which requires a tee shot over a water hazard to a green protected by bunkers. This hole is often considered the most challenging hole on the course, and a par here is a great achievement.
The clubhouse at Tidar Golf Course provides all the necessary amenities for golfers, including a pro shop, locker rooms, and a restaurant serving local and international cuisine. The clubhouse also offers stunning views of the golf course and surrounding hills, making it a great place to relax after a round of golf.
Caddies are available for hire and are well-trained to assist golfers with course management, club selection, and reading greens. The golf carts are also available for rent and are equipped with GPS systems to assist golfers in navigating the course.