Sentosa Golf Club Singapore - Singapore
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Located on Sentosa Island, Sentosa Golf Club features two world-class courses.
Designed by Ronald Fream and renovated by Andrew Johnston with Bates Design, Serapong Course is a challenging 18-hole, par-72 course, home to the prestigious Barclays Singapore Open.
Course length: 6,675 / 6,227 / 5,845 / 5,286 metres (Black/Blue/White/Red)
The Tanjong Course is another 18-hole, par 72 course originally designed by Frank Pennick and modernised by Max Wexler and Christ Pitman. it features natural hazards, freshwater lakes, and towering trees.
Course length: 6,218 / 5,703 / 5,197 metres (Blue/White/Red)
Visitors must fill up and fax back a booking request form.
Morning session: 7.37am-9.18am; afternoon session:12.45pm-14.25pm
Green and buggy fees:
Tanjong course: S$305++ on weekdays and S$425++ on weekends and PH.
Serapong course: S$355++ on weekdays and S$475++ on weekends and PH.
Sentosa Golf Club offers many facilities such as Driving Range, Golf Academy, Locker Rooms & Shower, Pro Shop, restaurants and 7 Events venues that can accomodate up to 450pax.
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