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(Andy Dye design and Asian & European Tour host)
Laguna National's award-winning Master's Course has been ranked among the top courses in the world by Golf Digest International and Asian Golf Monthly, and have garnered a list of awards through the years.
The Master's Course designed by Andy Dye, renowned for developing some of the best golf courses in the world. The Master's Course has been the venue of international golf tournaments like the Caltex Masters and played by world-renowned golfers like Nick Faldo, Colin Montgomerie, and Ernie Els.
(the most challenging course in Asia, resembles playing golf on the moon)
A masterpiece by Andy Dye, amalgamating 'the best holes in one course,' the Laguna National World Classic has been rated the most challenging course in Singapore, and possibly Asia, from the Championship Black Tees at 76.4 and slope of 162.
The exciting terrain is carefully sculpted, built to provide both strategic and physical challenge to golfers.
(#1 public course in Asia and Singapore's only par-6)
The Marina Bay Golf Course opened in November 2006 as the first fully public course in Singapore and one of only a handful of true links courses in Asia. The course is also the first to introduce the only par-6 hole on the island. Since then Marina Bay has garnered many prestigious awards including top three for the coveted categories of ‘Best Course in Singapore’, ‘Best Value for Money Experience’ and ‘Best Public Golf Course in Asia Pacific’ at the annual Asian Golf Awards.
(enjoyable course with spectacular views)
The Lake Course was extensively renovated in 2001 and is considered the more forgiving of the two courses. It is popular with social golfers and is a par 72, measuring 6,041 metres from the blue tees.
The fast but true greens will be a test of a golfer's putting skills.
(designed by world-renowned golf designer Robert Trent Jones Jr)
The Palm Course is generally the course of choice amongst lower-handicapped players. It features a large number of challenging water hazards.
The venue of the Asian PGA Championship in 1997 and 1998, the Palm Course is often referred to as a "thinking golfer's" course.
(rural course in the north of Singapore)
Located in northern Singapore, Seletar Country Club’s 18-hole layout plays over the area’s natural terrain with a rustic country theme. The Lower Seletar Reservoir in the same area adds to the natural feeling. Chris Pitman, the course architect, created a challenging playing experience.
(recently redesigned, known local as the commando course)
Following a recent $20 million make-over, the course at Sembawang Country Club stretches to just under 6500 yards, and is maintained in excellent condition. The course is known locally as the Commando course, due to the layout's significant elevation changes as to its original designers - 42 Commando Royal Marines (British Army).
Together with the hilly terrain, you will also need to be prepared for some narrow holes, occasionally flanked by thick jungle or by water, or by the club's neighbours, the Singapore Air Force.
(No. 79 among the world’s best golf courses and home to the Singapore Open)
The Sentosa Golf Club, Serapong Course is a challenging par-72 and 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. It ranks number 79 among the world’s best golf courses, one of the top five championship courses in Asia, and home of the Singapore Open.
Designed by Ronald Fream, the Serapong Course opened in 1982 and measures 6,675 meters from the championship tees.
(premium member's course and Singapore home of the US LPGA)
The Sentosa Golf Club, Tanjong Course’s set against the Singapore Straits with views of metropolitan Singapore from almost every hole make it unique among local tracks. Following a $35M redesign in 2016, the new Tanjong Course is now the premium layout at Sentosa.
Favored by members and the Singapore home of the US LPGA, the Tanjong Course is one of Asia’s best-manicured layouts.
(undulating fairways and greens, scenic and challenging design)
The late Brigadier Derek Warren of the British 18th Signal Regiment founded Warren Golf & Country Club (formerly known as Warren Golf Club). The Singapore 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.