Keppel Club (Golf) - Singapore
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Directions to Keppel Club (Golf)
Bordered by Singapore's southern shoreline with vista on Sentosa Island, the Keppel Club enjoys 44 hectares of lush undulating terrain. The 18-hole championship course, par 72, designed by Ronald Fream and improved by Chris Pitman, features bunkers that have been strategically placed to challenge the novice and seasoned golfers.
Course length: 5,917 / 5,537 / 5,108 metres (Blue/White/Red)Keppel Club.
You can also enjoy here plenty of recreative facilities: Badminton, Billiards, Bowling, Fitness centre, Driving Range, Golf Academy, Locker Rooms & Shower, Pro Shop, Swimming, Tennis and Banquet & Conference rooms including the Keppel Hall which is large enough to accomodate up to 50 tables.
Morning Session: From 7.15-9.16am ; Afternoon session: From 12.05-2.06pm; Evening session: from 4.45-5.58pm
Green Fees for walk-in visitors (include Buggy rental and GST):
On weedays during morning and afternoon sessions: 18 holes at S$200 and 9 holes at S$100.
On weekends and PH during morning and afternoon sessions: 18 holes at S$320 and 9 holes at S$160.
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