Changi Golf Club has a long history, with its origins stretching back to RAF Changi military staff, who first built a basic course on the site in the 1940s. In 1971, the club was privatised, and the course has been upgraded continually since then. The eighth fairway was once listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the narrowest fairway in the world!
20 Netheravon Rd, Singapore 508505
Champions Public Golf Course is a 9-hole public course located in the Bukit Timah area close to Holland Village, about ten minutes' drive from central Singapore. The practice facilities include a 60-bay covered range with a large grass landing area surrounded by lush jungle.
60 Fairways Drive (off Eng Neo Avenue), Singapore 286966
The club with a heritage like no other, With over a century of rich golfing heritage, Keppel Club will provide you with a unique golfing experience steeped in history. As one of the few courses located near the hustle and bustle of the city, a challenging and enjoyable time is just a stone’s throw away.
10 Bukit Chermin Road, Singapore 109918
Daily from 7am to 8pm (Course closes on Mondays for maintenance)
A prominent club in the local and regional golf scene since its inauguration in 1993, Laguna National is one of Singapore’s premier golf and country clubs. Laguna National boasts two 18-hole championship courses that have won prestigious accolades and hosted international championships, including the European Tour’s Singapore Masters, the Korean LPGA’s ADT Caps Tour Championship and European and Asian Tour co-sanctioned event, The Championship at Laguna National.
11 Laguna Golf Green, Singapore 488047
Marina Bay Golf Course is an 18-hole golf course which is open to the public. Located strategically in the heart of Singapore, the course offers golfers great accessibility and a picturesque view of the city skyline, be it day or night.
The design of the par 72 championship course attempts to connect to the history of golf – traditional links of Scotland and the beginning of golf - with its few water hazards and in particular, its 91 sand bunkers. The bunkers not only create a dramatic landscape, they also provide hours of challenges and excitement to golfers.
80 Rhu Cross #01-01, Marina Bay
Open: Daily from 7am to 10.45pm (late evening tee off is 4.30pm)
Cloistered from the hustle and bustle of city life, Mandai Executive Golf Course is located at the stunning Upper Seletar Reservoir. Currently under by the Pro Bros Golf Management Pte Ltd, Mandai Executive Golf Course features a two-storey driving range, chip and putt area as well as a 9-hole golf course.
Upper Seletar Reservoir Mandai Road Track 7 Singapore 779384
This golf and country club opened in the 1990s and was set up to recognise the contributions of Singapore’s NSmen. The 18-hole championship golf course in Changi was originally designed by renowned golf architect Max Wexler, with additions from other prominent designers. There’s a 36-bay driving range on site.
10 Changi Coast Walk, Singapore 499739
At Orchid Country Club, find true relaxation and respite in the embrace of nature’s lush green and sparkling reservoir waters. The sprawling 100-hectare plays host to a duo of clubhouses, a top rate golf course, as well as a wonderland of social, recreational and entertainment facilities.
1 Orchid Club Road, Yishun, Singapore 769162
The 18-hole gem in Seletar Country Club is a result of the great vision of its founding members. Emphasis on making the most of the natural undulating terrain gave birth to a course filled with tricks, yet breathtaking in its beauty. Blessed with a panoramic vista of the Lower Seletar Reservoir, a rustic country theme enhances the backdrop of clear glistening waters. Bird sanctuaries fringe the course and play home to various species of local and migratory birds, while the addition of waterscapes enhance the overall splendour of the course. The natural undulating terrain gives the Seletar Golf Course a high challenge rating, demanding great ball striking and a sound strategy. It brings excitement to those who try to make par on the course, yet leaves room for others to delight in its beauty. It is little wonder that the immaculately groomed Seletar course ranks amongst the best in Singapore and is a popular choice for private golf tournaments.
101 Seletar Club Road, 798273 Singapore
Home to two of the region's most exclusive and challenging golf courses, Sentosa Golf Club is enjoyed by more than 1,500 members from prominent and influential circles. Since 2005, international star players and world-class golf professionals from Asia, Europe and the USA have descended on its championship greens to putt for the Barclays Singapore Open and HSBC Women’s Champions. In 2016, the return of the SMBC Singapore Open at the Club will feature top male players from the region and beyond.
Sentosa Golf Club, 27 Bukit Manis Road, Singapore 099892
This club was established in 1967 as a 9-hole course, with the opening officiated by Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew. It became an 18-hole course in 1977, before being fully refurbed – clubhouse and course alike – between 2010 and 2013. There’s a pro shop, a driving range and full facilities and F&B options for members.
249 Sembawang Rd, Singapore 758352
The Singapore Island Country Club story – also the dawn of golf in Singapore – began on 17 June 1891. A special match was arranged to celebrate the birth of The Golf Club, graced by the presence of Governor Sir Cecil Clementi-Smith and his wife. Sir John Tankerville Goldney, the man responsible for forming the club, had the privilege of driving off the first ball in the opening game. The Golf Club had the unique opportunity of witnessing the first tee off, and from here on, golf in Singapore had finally taken off.
180 Island Club Road, Singapore 578774
One of Asia’s most prestigious golf clubs, TMCC has earned many awards and accolades over the years for its 2 championship courses – Garden Course and Tampines Course. The Club has played host to Asia’s premier events such as Singapore Open, Johnnie Walker Classic, Tiger Skins, Lexus Cup and, the HSBC Women’s Champions.
25 Changi Coast Road, Singapore 499803
Warren Golf & Country Club (formerly known as Warren Golf Club) was founded by the late Brigadier Derek Warren of the British 18th Signal Regiment. The Club started with a 4-hole golf course and quickly expanded to feature a 9-hole golf course together with a driving range when it officially opened at Folkestone Road in 1962. Over the years, the Club progressed and it now has an 18-hole championship golf course as well as an extensive range of social and recreational facilities. The Club has a present membership strength of around 4,000, which consists of both local as well as foreign members.
81 Choa Chu Kang Way, Singapore 688263