Bintan Lagoon Resort (5 star)

Showcasing the best of Bintan Golf

In Bintan, golf and fun are synonymous with Bintan Lagoon Golf Club (BLGC). The award-winning Bintan golf resort is renowned for its two, exceptionally designed championship 18-hole courses. The Jack Nicklaus Sea View Golf course and the Ian Baker-Finch Woodlands Golf course both offer spectacular signature holes, fast greens, undulating fairways and scenic water hazards.

Featuring shaped fairways, ingenious doglegs, rolling greens, perfectly modeled bunkers, strategically allocated water features and a variety of elevation changes to challenge casual golfers and enthusiasts alike.

The pristine Bintan golf courses are set amongst lush landscapes and breathtaking backdrops. Services and facilities for the players include the following:

  • 31-bay covered Driving Range

  • Direct Ferry Service from Singapore

  • Golf Buggies & Caddies

  • Golf Club & Shoe Rental

  • Golf Pro Shop

  • Golfer’s Massage Service at Clubhouse

  • 24 Hours In-Room Massage

  • Halfway House

  • Locker Room

  • Nightclub & Karaoke Lounge

  • Practice Putting Green

  • Superbly Appointed Clubhouse

  • 14 F&B outlets including Haskell’s Café located at Clubhouse

 

Jack Nicklaus Seaview Course
Number of Holes: 18
Par: 72
Total Distance: 6,443 meters

 

Ian Baker Finch Woodlands Course
Number of Holes: 18
Par: 72
Total Distance: 6,211 meters

The pace of play:
We expect 4-balls to complete their round at one of the 18-hole golf courses in approximately 4 hours.  

Jack Nicklaus Seaview Course

Designed by the masterful Jack Nicklaus, this magnificent Bintan golf course offers a stunning sea view and majestic sculptured bunkers, a strategic use of the natural landscape and some unique water hazards. The Par 72 Jack Nicklaus Seaview Course measures 6420 meters with 5 different tee locations to suit golfers of all abilities.

Bintan Golf Course highlights include:

12th hole – A par 3, with a stunning backdrop of the South China Sea. Due to the high winds at certain times, club selection can be increased by at least four clubs, especially from the championship (black) tees.

13th hole – This par 4 has a unique feature of a split green, as one of the streams on the course runs through the middle. This makes it the most difficult and tricky hole on this course.

18th hole – A tough hole characterized by large bunkers and rolling mounds.

Ian Baker-Finch Woodlands Course

Designed with the front nine holes snaking out from the resort and the back nine to the clubhouse, the Woodlands course has been laid over dramatically changing the terrain to tap on the many attributes of the topography.  The overall concept for the Ian Baker-Finch course was to work closely with the natural site.

 

Many of the greens are surrounded by steep slopes and mounds to create an amphitheater effect. It entices, challenges and rewards the seasoned player, while the less experienced will find it flexible enough to suit their ability. The par 72 Ian Baker-Finch Woodlands course measures 6211 meters, with five different tee locations to suit golfers of all abilities.

Bintan Golf Course highlights include:
8th Hole - The elevated tee at the 526-meter par 5, is a favorite with many. Stretching downhill into the distance before rising to the green, it demands absolute precision from golfers who must negotiate their shots past bunkers, a lake and a solitary tall tree.

13th Hole - On the elevated tee, take in the enticing vista of seaside villas and ocean. This hole is affectionately known as “beauty and the beast”.