Singapore golf courses are well equipped with excellent greens, facilities and amenities to cater to every kind of player. From novices and recreational players to pro golfers, there are a wide variety of fairways to test your game.
Here’s where you can tee off and enjoy a game of golf in Singapore.
Marina Bay Golf Course
80 Rhu Cross, Singapore 437437
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Nestled in the heart of town, the Marina Bay Golf Course offers you picturesque fairways with panaromic views of Singapore’s skyline. It is the only 18-hole public golf course in Singapore and has won rave reviews as one of the best public golf courses in Asia as well. Harking back to the game’s Scottish roots, the Marina Bay Golf Course is one of the few true links golf courses in Asia. What’s more, it is the only golf course in Singapore that offers a Par-6 hole. Night golfing is also available from Wednesdays to Sundays. Sitting on contouring terrain with many pot bunkers but few water hazards, this is the perfect course for the avid golfer who likes a challenge.
Sentosa Golf Club
27 Bukit Manis Road, Singapore 099892
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The exclusive Sentosa Golf Club on the island of Sentosa offers breathtaking views of the surrounding South China Sea as well as the downtown’s unique skyline. The Sentosa Golf Club has played host to prestigious international golf tournaments and offers two acclaimed 18-hole golf courses – the Serapong course and the Tanjong course. The two courses have their own distinctive features, offering golfers with a unique golfing experience. Golfers can pit their skills against one another in the challenging terrain that includes lakes and large bunkers.
Orchid Country Club
1 Orchid Club Road, Singapore 769162
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The Orchid Country Club boasts three 9-hole golf courses, all named after orchids: Aranda, Vanda and Dendro. Situated along the scenic Sungei Seletar Reservoir, The courses are sprawled on 100-hectares of manicured greens and offer different options for players with varying degrees of ability. Novices will enjoy the Aranda course for its wider fairways while experienced golfers will relish the challenge of conquering the Vanda Course, which is full of water hazards and bunkers. The Dendro is the longest of the courses at the Orchid Country Club and also has one of the longest Par-5 holes in Singapore. Be sure you have a powerful swing in order to play on the Dendro course.
Warren Golf & Country Club
81 Choa Chu Kang Way, Singapore 688263
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Seasoned golfers will appreciate the challenging golf course at Warren Golf & Country Club. Located next to the Kranji Reservoir, the 18-hole golf course will test the skills of seasoned golfers with its sloping terrain that’s dotted with pot bunkers and various water hazards in the form of small lakes, ponds and even a drainage canal. The golf course sits on a 42-hectare site and offers an interesting mix of long and short par 4s.
Laguna National Golf and Country Club
11 Laguna Golf Green, Singapore 488047
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Laguna National Golf and Country Club Singapore boasts two distinguished 18-hole championship courses: the Masters and World Classic. The latter is currently undergoing a makeover but will feature world-class facilities when its facelift is completed in the third quarter of 2017. The Masters Course features a parkland style golf course with various water features. The challenging greens at the Laguna National Golf and Country Club will provide both beginners as well as advanced golfers the perfect opportunity to challenge their skills.
Other golf courses in Singapore
Besides the five featured golf courses, golfers in Singapore have plenty of other options on where to play. They can also check out the golf courses at these places: Changi Golf Club, Singapore Island Country Club, Tanah Merah Country Club, National Service Resort and Country Club (Changi), National Service Resort and Country Club (Kranji), Jurong Country Club, Keppel Club, Raffles Golf Club, Bukit Timah Golf Complex, Sembawang Country Club and the Seletar Country Club.
How to play golf in Singapore
Most golf courses in Singapore require private membership in order to play. If you are not a member of the golf course or golf club, the best option would be to get a member to sign you in as a guest to play. This would be cheaper than paying a premium as a walk-in non-member. Alternatively, if you do not have any private club membership, you can also head to the Marina Bay Golf Course, the only public course in Singapore.
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