Amateurs Super 6 Bali Classic, Presented by Asia World Indonesia and Panorama Destination is an Individual Stableford event based on registered handicaps.

  • The Stableford competition played over 54 holes to determine the top 24 players, who will proceed into a final Super Six Handicap Matchplay the following day.  (Note: if the field size is 50 Players or less only the top 16 will be selected to compete in the Super 6 Match Play finals)


  • “Korn Ferry Tour Points System” will be used to determine the top 24/16 finalists proceeding into the Super Six Handicap Matchplay

  • Playoff Hole:  If a match is “all square” on completion of the 6th Super 6 match play hole competitors will proceed to the S6  Drop Zone.  The S6 Drop Zone will be – 117 – 125 yards from the green & Marked with White paint. The S6 Drop zone will be only used in the final Super 6 match play round. A shootout (nearest to the PIN) will be conducted as directed by the Tournament Director to determine the competitor continuing onto the next round.  For the Final S6 round players will putt out to determine the winner

  • The match play format will be played in knockout stages over 6 holes, quarter-final, semi-final & Final (Stroke play on handicap)


  • Maximum Handicap course handicap 36 Course handicaps will be calculated using the World Handicapping formula. (Handicap Index/GA x (Slope Rating ÷ 113) + (Scratch Rating minus Par)) x 0.93.


  • Competitors must have an official handicap endorsed by your National Golf Association and or registered/Affiliated Golf Club. For golfers who have provided online access to their handicap history, tournament organizers will download/view your ‘handicap index’ and this will be confirmed at tournament registration. Entrants who have not provided online access to their handicap must provide confirmation of their handicap index to the tournament committee. This official handicap advice must be signed by an authorized club official.


  • The handicap committee is committed to fairness and scoring integrity. The handicap committee will review the last 6-months playing scoring history of all players to check for any irregularities and validate all handicaps prior to the commencement of the event.


  • The tournament handicap committee meets each day at the end of the day’s competition and will aggressively monitor and review participant’s handicaps. Prior to releasing score sheets, the committee reviews top players' score history and reaches one of three verdicts

    • Let the player continue to play in the competition.

    • Bring the player in to meet with the committee and to discuss his/her low net scores.

    • Disqualify the player from the competition.

  • The handicap committee reserves the right to change a player's handicap index or disqualify him/her from participation if deemed necessary. Adjustments are computerized and not up for committee review. All scores are unofficial until the next day’s flight sheet has been released the evening prior to the next day’s competition.

  • Handicap verification is required by 01 June 2020

  • The pace of play is paramount at our events. Where many players are unfamiliar with the courses, 4.5 hours is a reasonable pace of play. It’s often a combination of little things not done that wind up contributing to slow play.

  • We will be using the Golf Genius Tournament Event Management system. If you look like you are delaying play and cannot score any Stableford points, enter no Score on any of the holes.  This is the equivalent of scoring a net double bogey in the Stableford System Scoring system.

  • The tournament committee may at its discretion amend or add any condition of the Event. By registering online, entrants acknowledge they have read, understood and agreed to these terms and conditions and accept all risks. The tournament committee, Panorama Destination, Asia World Indonesia, its sponsors and golf clubs accept no liability for any death, injury, property loss or damage incurred during or arising out of any aspect of the conduct of the Event.


super 6 finalist selection

“Korn Ferry Tour Points System”, will be used to determine the top 24/16 finalists proceeding into the Super Six Handicap Matchplay (See Table below)

  • Note 1: If the field size is 50 Players or less only the top 16 will be selected to compete in the Super 6 Match Play finals), 52 players or more then the top 24


  • Note 2: If 24 finalists the top 8 will get a bye for the match play round 1 and go directly into round 2

  • Note 3: Should there still be a tie, round scores will be compared, beginning with the final round and working backward. Should there still be a tie, hole-by-hole scores in the final round will be compared, beginning with the final hole and working backward

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