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The Preview: Mandiri Indonesian Open

First played in 1974, the tournament boasts an impressive list of winners including major champions Payne Stewart and Padraig Harrington and a host of Australian professionals.

Initially part of the Asia Golf Circuit (the forerunner to the Asian Tour) the tournament has at various times been co-sanctioned with the European Tour and also briefly part of the OneAsia Tour.

Covid has meant the tournament hasn’t been played since 2019 but makes a pleasing return to the calendar this year.

DEFENDING CHAMPION: Miguel Angel Carballo (2019)

COURSE: ‘Unusual’ might be the best way to describe this Robert Trent Jones Junior design located close to Jakarta.

Because space is at a premium, the Pondok Indah Golf Course was built in a circular fashion with the ‘outer’ circle making up the front nine and the ‘inner’ circle the inward half.


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