List of Few Golf Courses in Singapore:
Tanah Mehra Country
Garden Course: 25 Changi Coast
Road, Singapore 499803
Tampines Course: Xilin Avenue, Singapore 486798
Garden Course: 18-hole Caddie/Walking Course
Total Yardage: 7001 yards; 6402m (Par 72)
Tampines Course: 18-hole Buggy Course
Total Yardage: 7022yards; 6421m (Par 72)
Remarks: Tanah Merah Country Club was created by a group of
Singaporeans dedicated to the creation of one of the finest
golf clubs in the region. Artificial lakes and mounts increase
visual interest and add an element of challenge for the golfers.
The end result is a captivating, sprawling, lush "garden"
adjoining Changi Airport.
Changi Golf Club,
Netheravon Road, Singapore 508505
Remarks: Set amidst natural and manmade obstacles and featuring
tight Bermuda fairways.
Jurong Country Club,
9 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609078
Remarks: Recently renovated by Max Wexler the front nine offers
plays through wooded and hilly terrain whereas the back nine has
open fairways landscaped with Fiscus trees. Flood-lighted night
golfing is available.
Bukit Chermin, Singapore 109918
Remarks: Founded in 1904 and redesigned by Ronald Fream of
Golfplan it now offers challenging play and features a 24 bay
Laguna National Golf and Country Club,
11 Laguna Golf Green, Singapore
Laguna Masters Course/Laguna Classic Course
Remarks: Water hazards, greens and sand traps shored up with
railroad ties and beautiful landscaping everywhere. The Masters
is similar to the Scottish links style course and gets you
puzzling on almost every tee. The Classic has a choice of 5 tees
and has less undulations and fewer water hazards.
Orchid Country Club,
1 Orchid Club Road, Singapore 769162
Remarks: Offering views of lush hills and Sungei Seletar
reservoir this course, designed by President Ong Teng Cheong,
features the 9th (on the Aranda) an uphill par 5, with an
Raffles Country Club,
450 Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim, Singapore 639932
Remarks: Both courses were designed by Robert Trent Jones Jr..
The gently rolling Lake course lies along the Tengah Reservoir
and is bordered by marshes, whereas the Palm Course offers
lakes, undulating fairways, bordered by small wooded hills.
SAFRA Resort and Country Club,
10, Changi Coast Walk, Singapore
Navy/Army/Air Force Courses
Remarks: A Max Wexler design. Private layout with public play.
Seletar Base Golf Course,
244 Oxford Street, Singapore 798420
Remarks: Developed for British Air Force personnel in 1930 it
sports viewings of many wildfowl species. Visitors are welcome
during the week.
Sentosa Golf Club,
Sentosa Island, 27 Bukit Manis Road
The Tanjong remodel in 1995 The Serapong
Remarks: Max Wexler is remodeling the Tanjong course. The
Serapong was designed by Ronald Fream. Visitors are welcome on
Singapore Island Country Club,
Bukit location; 240 Sime Road,
Island location; 180 Island Club Road, Singapore 578774
Island Course/Sime Course/Bukit Course/New Course
Remarks: The Bukit and New Course are private. The Island course
can be quite stressful as it winds around the reservoir.
The Executive Golf Course,
Upper Seletar Reservoir, Mandai Road,
Track 7, Singapore 2677
Remarks: This environmentally conscious course features lush
vegetation where wildlife abounds, as it abuts a nature reserve.
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