The club is made up of many nationalities, most have been residents of Bali for years. We are like minded people who really enjoy golf and all the surrounding camaraderie and hijinks. Our club is a mix of various skill levels including arguably the best golfer in Bali to some of the lesser talented ones. The majority of our comps are based on Stableford which affords someone a blow-up hole or two and still be in the mix for a reward.
The club came into existence in 2021 from an amalgamation of 2 clubs including the Bali Beach based 69’ers ad T-Drivers Bali. In the first year of existence and in the height of the pandemic we managed to break the 100 member barrier before year end. In June 2022 the club merged with Par5 Social Golf Group taking membership to 300 plus.
The driving force behind the club until this day has been Michael Stevenson known to everyone on the rock as “Stevo”. He is our Club Captain and does an insane number of things for the club.
Michael Stevenson “Stevo”
Lived in Bali for 14 years coming from a life in the Oil and Gas sector vis Australia. Married to the lovely Yanti who is also a member.
Trevor Kuzio “Dr Evil”
Has lived in Asia for over 30 years, the last 12 in Indonesia. Was paid to golf by the Oil and Gas sector for many years. Originally from Western Canada. Is married to Anastasia “Nasty” and spends most of his time when not golfing chasing a 2 year old named Taison.
Murray Harris “Muzz”
Muzz arrived in Bali X years ago after a career of knocking the horns of things in Western Australia. His wife Tracey is an avid photographer who documents some of our events.
Paul Hamer “Hammer”
Born in Wales, moved to Australia in 1960 and on to NZ in 1962. Back to Australia in 1995. Most of my working life spent in Mental health, and a number of years as Army Medic . Retired to Bali in 2012.
Herdy Segoya ”Herdyburger”
Sponsorship/Indonesian Regulations advisor
Over 35 years of experience in Tourism and hotel industry, including with reputable international hotel groups, predominently in Marketing and Operation Management. Active in various tourism promotion organisations.
Married to Novi who is also a member.
Social Media Manager
Jon has lived in Bali for 6 years and is an active surfer. Jon has a degree in sports medicine and adventures around Bali with his legendary dog Gizmo. Jon has a passion for helping others maximise their “good Life” experience.
Jack of All Trades
Hans has lived in Bali for 10 years and was involved with Par5 Social Golf Group for 6 years before the Merge with ParTon. Previously involved with property in Western Australia.
PUSPADI Bali is the only NGO on the island with its own workshop providing quality prosthetics, orthotics, wheelchairs, mobility aids and rehabilitation to people with disabilities.
Based at the Annika Linden Centre in Denpasar, our skilled local staff discuss with the person with a disability about their needs, before doing assessments and providing them with an appropriately fitted mobility aid/s.
The people we support are mainly from remote or impoverished areas of Bali and East Indonesia.
They need mobility aids because of a congenital birth defect, motorbike accident, falling out of a tree or due to polio, diabetes and other medical issues.
We see the solution as more than giving out quality mobility aids – and it requires a multifaceted approach combining the person with a disability’s voice with quality rehabilitation and educational and training opportunities.
This empowers them to be the best version of themselves.
When people with disabilities can exercise their right to access quality mobility aids and support, they’re given the tools to actively defend their rights – and be independent, work, study and socialise – as well as be part of their communities.
We are an orphanage located in Bali, Indonesia. This orphanage was founded in 2010 by Pastor Victor Hutapea and his wife, Susiana. They are also the houseparents for the 19 kids who stay in the orphanage.
Victor Hutapea has a big vision for kids across Indonesia. A part of our mission is to help lost kids in reaching a path to the future that is reliable and safe. Through our valuable supporters and donors, we can provide Food, Shelter, Healthcare, Education, Security, and of course a Family.
Education can change everything. Therefore, we provide a scholarship for the children who stay here, so they can graduate from senior high school, find a better job with a decent income, and help their families break the vicious cycle of poverty.
We take in children who have been orphaned, abandoned and rejected and provide them with a loving home where they feel comfortable and safe enough to be just that – children. We are thankful for the support that we got, so the children are able to continue the study despite the pandemic condition. Thank you will never be enough to express how grateful we are to have a donors like you.
This non-profitable institute was established in 2005 and alongside its sister organizations, the Committee Against Sexual Abuse (CASA) and the Bali Elderly Welfare Foundation (Yayasan Wreda Sejahtera), is dedicated to creating a healthy and happy community on the Island of Bali. Through our academic, medical/psychiatric, educational, and social work, we strive to help the Balinese people become more intelligent, independent, creative, as well as physically, psychologically, socially, and spiritually healthy.
Our approach follows a holistic model, we call biopsycho-spirit-sociocultural, which combines Western psychiatric/psychological mainstream paradigms (e.g. positive psychology) with Eastern and Balinese specific cultural and spiritual knowledge and beliefs. This approach recognizes the importance and interconnectedness of every person’s mind (psychology), body (biology) and spirit that are influenced by and in return affect, positively or negatively, one’s sociocultural environment and religious/spiritual beliefs.
Bali Street Mums, a registered nonprofit organization, began over six years ago as a passion of founder Kim Farr. In 2014, Kim’s heart for serving led her from the New Zealand to Despensar, Bali where she began volunteering at a refuge for street kids.
When the refuge tragically shut down, Kim was compelled to find a way to keep contributing. There was still so much left to be done! With an intense desire to serve, Kim found a way, working out of a one room shack to continue assisting the mothers and children in the nearby slums. Thus began the seed that became Bali Street Mums.
Charity Mission Statement
With each convened competition a percentage of the prize pot is taken for charity. We also hold an event or two during the year with the goal of raising money for charity. From the inception of our club the main charity we have been supporting is Puspadi. They are one of the few NGOs in Bali providing rehabilitation and training for people with a disability. Puspadi helps people adjust to a normal life after the loss of a limb or other injuries.