Golf Bandar Kemayoran typifies a city golf course and was created in 1997, designed by Australian course designer Peter Dalkeith Scott. It has 18 holes with different characteristics, 9 north holes, and 9 south holes, thus offering a wide variety of interesting and challenging playing conditions that requires special strategy and precise accuracy to conquer it.

South Course

The course is two plots of land on either side of Jalan Griya Utama. Each plot offers very different playing conditions; the nine holes located near the clubhouse have some of the tightest holes of golf you will have the pleasure to experience in Indonesia. Golfers must plot their way around tight fairways surrounded by high-rise apartment buildings. Good golfers will relish the challenge, which will test your focus and ability to hit the golf ball straight.

North Course

Across the road from Jl. Griya Utama Nine Holes circle a huge man-made reservoir that is now home to local bird-life, including a large flock of black herons. Being only a few kilometers from the ocean in this large open area, the wind picks up and golfers will be tested to keep their ball flight low. Kemayoran is a short course in terms of yardage, a humble 6,024 yards from the blue tees, and there are several very short Par-4s measuring between 250–300 yards. Leave your ego at home and bring your mental game — Golf Bandar Kemoyoran requires patience and confidence. Golfers will be rewarded in playing Fairway Woods and long irons off the tee.