Voted Best Golf Course in Southeast Asia, Sentosa Golf Club offers phenomenal courses with scenic views for the golf aficionado. Over the years, Sentosa Golf Club has won some of the most prestigious awards and accolades in the golfing industry. In 2016, Serapong course was named 58th among World’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses by Golf Digest.
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Voted best course in Asia and home to the Barclays Singapore Open.
Designed by world-renowned golf course designer Ronald Fream, The Serapong Course was opened in 1982 and measures 6,493 metres from the championship tee. A challenging par-72, it is one of the top five championship courses in Asia and home of the prestigious Barclays Singapore Open.
In 2007, The Serapong Course underwent an impressive S$12 million upgrade under the guidance of Andrew Johnston then Vice President of the Bates Golf Design Group. The refurbishment included both course design and greens technology.
In addition to incorporating SubAir and PermOPore into the greens, the revamped Serapong Course boasts a new configuration of water hazards and bunker complexes. The course's yardage was lengthened from 6,493 to 6,675 metres and the greens were re-contoured and are now larger and faster. With its trademark mounds and undulating terrain, two mammoth lakes with stone-lined walls and breathtaking scenery, Andrew enhanced Ron's use of the Singapore harbour as a backdrop to accentuate play.
The Serapong Course was awarded the "Number 1 Championship Golf course in Asia" by Asian Golf Monthly in 2007 and "Best Golf Course in Singapore" by Golf Digest in 2009, further cementing its position as one of the top courses in the country and the region.
Opened in 1972, The Tanjong Course was originally designed by Frank Pennick. In 1993, with an investment of S$40 million, the course was remodelled and a spectacular new clubhouse was built. Golf course designer Max Wexler and course architect Chris Pitman collaborated to enhance the level of play golfers could experience on the Tanjong.
Wexler and Pitman made good use of the undulating terrain to create a course like no other. Sporting new contours featuring natural hazards, freshwater lakes, towering trees, rolling fairways with narrow landing areas and well-guarded Bermuda Tifdwarf grass at that time, the ever-popular Tanjong Course was nominated by Asian Golf Review as Singapore's best golf course for three consecutive years starting in 1997.
Designed for championship play from the blue tees (6,218m) the par-72 Tanjong Course paints a beautiful picture with the South China Sea forming a picturesque backdrop.
Go to find Sentosa Golf Club
Sentosa Golf Club is situated minutes away from the city centre amidst natural tropical woodlands, on the Island of Sentosa. 15 minutes from Singapore‘s Central Business District and Orchard Road. And a 5 minutes’ drive over the Sentosa Bridge to the Clubhouse from mainland Singapore.