Named for the yellow leafed, hedge like shrubs which line the cart path down from the Clubhouse and surround the tee box. These bushes really light up the landscape and contrast robustly with the general dark green of Handara. Its fruit look like small yellow-orange berries.
A difficult tee shot should get your attention on this downhill Par 4. You need to be accurate and stay left of centre to avoid being blocked by the large Fir tree (Cemara Geseng) on the right hand side of the fairway – which is 110 yards from the green. The green is oblong shaped, deeper than it is wide and is guarded by bunkers on the left and right. This green is of the rare “Crown” type with a slight ridge running roughly through the middle of it. The rear section falls slightly to the back left whereas the front section falls to the front right.
Pro’s Tip – go long and straight towards the green to give yourself a clear line of approach to the green – get past that Fir tree or it will almost certainly get in your way.
You can also check out our Hackers Guide on how to play hole 10 at Handara Golf & Resort Bali for more tips about this hole.
Handara Golf & Resort Bali, ranked by GOLF Magazine among the "Top 50 Greatest Golf Courses in the World" attracts golfers from all corners of the world to travel to Bali in order to play golf at one of Asia's most iconic and "World-Class" golf courses.