Balibeach Golf Couse - Hole No.8
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Balibeach Golf Couse - Hole No.8

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The Balibeach Golf Course is located within the grounds of the Inna Grand Bali Beach Hotel . It is set in an environment of very mature , tall trees and small lakes . The 9-hole course challenges all golfers of all skill levels

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