Labersa Golf Resort was built in 2004 by Hutahaean Group company on a 110-hectare land. It was designed by Edwin Palmer and has 27 holes scattered in three courses; Plantation Course, Hill Course, and Lake Course. The first 18 holes meet international tournament standard while the nine others academy standard.
Tree lines and deep roughs are the main characters of Plantation Course. Bunkers and water obstacles are also the main challenges of the course. It requires a stable setup of play to keep up with Hill Course’s challenge and a good ball placement is recommended in Lake Course.
The course is famous among national golfers after hosted the 2012 National Games. Bringing up the “one stop recreation” concept, golfers can invite family members to enjoy five-star hotel facilities the course offers. And not to forget the waterpark that excites guests.