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Sentosa Golf Club

Address Sentosa Golf Club, 27 Bukit Manis Road, Sentosa
Singapore 099892
Telephone Golfing reception
+65 6275 0022
Pan West Pro Shop:
+65 6275 1125
Nogawa Restaurant: 6373 7120
IL LIDO Italian Restaurant:
6866 1977
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Holes Two championship 18-hole courses
Yardage Tanjong Course:
6014 (buggy course featuring natural hazards)
The Serapong : 7293
Par 72 / 72
Visitors Visitors are welcome 7 days a week. Check availability first.
Green Fees
Visitors / Green & Buggy Fee
Tanjong H - I
Serapong H - I
Special Rates for Member's guests, corporate & advanced payment
Course Designer The Tanjong course, originally designed by Frank Pennick, opened in 1972; it was remodelled by Course Designer Max Wexler and Course Architect Chris Pitman in 1995.
The Serapong was designed by Ronald Fream and opened in 1982, it was revamped and lenghtened in 2007 by Gene Bates and the Bates Golf Design Group. It has since received the awards of No. 1 Champion Course in Asia - No. 1 Course in Singapore - No. 1 host Venue by the Asian Tour Players
Location 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.

From The World Trade Centre:
Either take a cable car or a ferry to the Island of Sentosa.
Or go to the bus station road opposite the World Trade Centre and catch a Causeway bus.
• Chinese restaurant, Italian Restaurant, lounge, reading room, Golfers' Terrace, Club's Reading Room, Locker Rooms
• Banqueting & Seminars
• The Serapong Pavilion: a single-storey structure overlooking the 9th and 18th holes of the course, allowing panoramic views up and down the adjoining fairways.
• Caddies
• Putting greens
• Halfway House
• David Leadbetter Golf Academy: +65 6275 1125
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Taken from the Malay word Sentosa means "peace" and "tranquillity".
Designed for championship play, the Tanjong is challenging with spectacular holes.
The Serapong Course was the venue for the World Qualifying Round of the Dunhill Cup in 1988 and was voted one of the best courses in Singapore by The Asian Golf Review and the inaugural Asian Golf Monthly Awards on several occasions.
Sentosa is also the venue for the Barclays Singapore Open - winners include (2007) Angel Cabrera, Phil Mickelson, two-time winner Adam Scott (2005 and 2006), Vijay Singh, Darren Clarke, Lee Westwood and Thongchai Jaidee.
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Course Reviews Serapong course on Sentosa island is, in my view, the most impressive course in Singapore. It is also home to the Singapore Open which is now the 5th richest national open worldwide. The course is challenging (Lee Westwood said the set up for the Open was the toughest he had faced in Asia) and extremely spectacular. The club has ambitious plans for Serapong and its other course Tanjong, which is currently undergoing rennovation. It will be open again in Sept 06 complete with the sub air system on all the greens.
James Acheson-Gray March 27, 2006

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