Explore our list of the top 15 golf courses in Singapore:
1. Marina Bay Golf CourseThe 18-hole public golf course in Singapore, this links-styled course was designed by the award-winning Phil Jacobs. Located in the heart of the city, it features undulating dunes and minimal water hurdles. The special 6-hole putting course is set against the breathtaking skyline of Singapore and boasts of a 211-metre long natural putting surface. The practise chipping and putting greens are ideal for amateurs to perfect their game before attempting a round. The four-tier driving range is a convenient spot to relax and freshen up too. Note that fees are inclusive of GPS-enabled buggies, lockers, showers, and other amenities.
Location: 80 Rhu Cross, #01-01
Timings: 7:00 AM – 11:00 PM
18 –hole, Weekdays: Singaporeans: SGD 75, Visitors: SGD 130
18-hole, Weekends: Singaporeans: SGD 120, Visitors: SGD 225
9-hole, Weekdays: Singaporeans: SGD 52.50, Visitors: SGD 82.50
9-hole, Weekends: Singaporeans: SGD 72.50, Visitors: SGD 120
Course: 18 holes, par 72, 6493 metres
2. Sentosa Golf ClubComprising of two major courses – the Serapong and the Tanjong, Sentosa Golf Club is home to one of the most challenging golf courses of Singapore. Recognised by the World Golf Awards as the World’s Best Golf Club and Singapore’s Best Golf Course, this club has much to boast about. The Serapong Course is home to massive boulders, lakes, stone-lined walls, and winding greens, while the Tanjong Course offers gorgeous views of the urban skyline. While huge bunkers pose an additional challenge, the ride is worth it!
Location: 27 Bukit Manis Road
Timings: 6:30 AM – 7:00 PM
Weekdays: SGD 350
Weekends: SGD 480
Buggy fees: SGD 30 per golfer
Course: 18 holes, par 4, 6675 metres
3. Keppel ClubWith a huge undulating terrain and tastefully placed bunkers, the Keppel Club – designed by the famous Ronald Fream – aims to challenge and tease pros and novices alike. This Singapore golf course was also awarded for its landscape master plan by the Landscape Industry Association of Singapore. Surrounded by lush hedges, this tricky course features hills and rolling dunes that take some getting used to, but is rewarding in the end!
Location: 10 Bukit Chermin Road
Timings: Tuesday – Sunday: 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Monday: 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Weekdays: SGD 14
Weekends: SGD 320
Course: 18 holes, par 72, 5790 metres
4. Orchid Country ClubThis club features three 9-hole courses, with gentle hills, vast waterways, and tricky bunkers. With the three courses named after orchids – Aranda, Vanda, and Dendro, they were designed under the expert guidance of Ong Teng Cheong, former president of Singapore. With expansive fairways, beautiful mini-valleys of flowers, and stunning views, an evening at Orchid Country Club is bound to be relaxing and exhilarating all at once!
Location: 1 Orchid Club Road, Yishun
Timings: 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM, noon – 2:00 PM, 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM
Morning – Weekdays: SGD 125
Afternoon – Weekdays: SGD 150
Weekends and Public holidays: SGD 275
Buggy fee: SGD 25 per golfer
Course: 9 holes, par 36/37, 3262/3051/3012 metres
5. Changi Golf ClubNamed the Turning Course, this 9-hole golf course is dotted with lakes, ponds, bridges, and landscaped lawns. Set along with artefacts from World War II like gun emplacements and bunkers, it offers a trip down history as well. If the course seems too challenging, feel free to take a breather and relax at the Turning Café for a drink or two, and continue with renewed energy. The club is also home to a stunning sunset terrace, a practice net, a karaoke room, and a card room.
Location: 20 Netheravon Road
Timings: Tuesday – Sunday: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Weekdays: SGD 48.15
Weekends: walk-in visitors not allowed
Course: 9 holes, par 68, 2474 metres
6. Sembawang Country ClubA delight for expert golfers, this colonial golf course in Singapore is dotted with a variety of waterways, ponds, and rolling hills that present an exciting contest. Also known as the Commando Course, this site features drastic elevation changes and narrow fairways to up the stakes.
Location: 249 Sembawang Road
Timings: 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Weekdays: SGD 160
Weekends: SGD 200 (whole day), SGD 100 (9-hole)
Course: 18 holes, par 3, 6500 yards
7. Seletar Country ClubLocated near the charming Seletar Reservoir, this Singapore golf course is rustic and natural. With ponds, pot bunkers, and steep undulating hills, this club presents challenges that are sure to be enjoyable to pros. With a one-of-a-kind design from architect Chris Pitman, the course is also littered with exotic birds from the nearby bird sanctuary.
Location: 101 Seletar Club Road
Timings: Tuesday – Sunday: 7:00 AM – 9:30 PM
Weekdays: SGD 155.15
Weekends and public holidays: SGD 257.87
Buggy fee: SGD 26.75
Course: 18 holes, par 72. 6364 metres
8. Tanah Merah Country ClubThis award-winning golf course of Singapore was constructed on reclaimed land and hosts two 18-hole courses. With a diversity of plants and the occasional curious mammal, the two courses – Garden and Tampines, feature lakes, ferns, rainforest-like trees, colourful flowers, and strategic bunkers that are perfect for beginners and experts alike.
Location: 25 Changi Coast Road
Timings: Tuesday – Sunday: 9:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Weekdays only: 278.20
Buggy fee: SGD 25.68 per golfer
Course: 18 holes, par 72, 6402/6437 metres
9. NSRCC Kranji Sanctuary Golf CourseDesigned by Gary Player, this natural golf course features untouched ponds and forested areas, with new waterways and marshes built-in to enhance the beauty of the terrain. With gorgeous views of the Kranji Reservoir, the signature course is challenging yet rewarding. Novice golfers are also treated to a fun game at the Home Team course.
Location: 50 Neo Tiew Lane 3
Timings: 7:00 AM – 5:15 PM
Weekdays: 9 holes: SGD 99, 18 holes: SGD 173.34
Weekends: 9 holes: SGD 159, 18 holes: SGD 269.64
Course: 18 holes, par 3, 6400 metres
10. NSRCC Changi Golf CourseNot only does this golf course in Singapore have a conventional 18-hole course, but it also boasts of Asia’s first elevated 9-hole driving range at Sky Range. With panoramic views of Changi Beach at its high viewpoint, this five-story high driving range has a rooftop café and pro shop too, in addition to 42 practice bays at three levels. Golfing with a view is elevated to a new level here!
Location: 10 Changi Course Walk
Timings: 7:00 AM – 5:15 PM
Weekdays: 9 holes: SGD 103, 18 holes: SGD 169
Weekends: 9 holes: SGD 163, 18 holes: SGD 259
Course: 18 holes, par 3, 6183 metres
11. Mandai Executive Golf CourseBuilt across a picturesque channel, the Mandai course is perfect for novices as it is inexpensive and open. The easy terrain is great to hone swinging skills, while the views are breathtaking. This course also features a 40-bay driving range that is ideal for beginners.
Location: Upper Seletar Reservoir, Mandai Road, Track 7
Timings: 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Weekdays: SGD 255
Weekends and public holidays: SGD 35
Chip and putt: SGD 5 per hour
Course: 9 holes, par 29, 1635 metres
12. Champions Public Golf ClubDubbed Singapore’s friendliest golf course, this course is open all year and is not very expensive, making it easily accessible to the general public. Previously called the Bukit Timah Golf Complex, this course is located in the centre of the city. The terrain is hilly and moderately difficult. It is also home to a 66-bay driving range, pro shop, and many restaurants.
Location: 60 Fairways Drive, off Eng Neo Avenue
Timings: 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Weekdays: SGD 25
Weekends: SGD 45 – 60
Course: 9 holes, par 32, 1887 metres
13. Warren Golf and Country ClubThis sprawling club boasts of an 18-hole course that is open to members and the public. The newly refurbished bunkers and diversity of plants, lakes, and greens make it an exciting place to spend an afternoon. The driving range is expansive, while a kids’ only junior golf programme is perfect to get little ones introduced to the sport.
Location: 81 Choa Chu Kang Way
Timings: 7:00 AM – 12:00 AM
18 holes, weekdays: SGD 187.25 per visitor
18 holes, weekends: SGD 240.75 per visitor
Course: 18 holes, par 4 (courses ranging from par 1 are available)
14. Singapore Island Country ClubThe SICC is Singapore's oldest golf club, founded more than a hundred years ago. The club’s 18-hole course is renowned as a championship site where Singapore Opens are regularly hosted. The nine-hole executive course is popular with amateurs and novices, while the New Course is perfect for experts and pros to challenge themselves with a rainforest setting. The club also has two driving ranges and putting practice areas. The course offers spectacular views of the MacRitchie Reservoir, Lower Pierce, and Upper Pierce. An arcade room, pool table, children’s play area, tennis room, music room, and gym are also available.
Location: 180 Island Country Club Road
Timings: 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Price: SGD 100 – 270 per 18 hours
Course: 18 holes, 9 hole executive
15. Laguna National Golf and Country ClubKnown as the club where Tiger Woods made his Singaporean debut, the Laguna Club has two major courses – the Classic Course which is home to hilly dunes, bunkers, and an island green, and the Master’s Course which features Bermuda grass greens and a parkland landscape. While the course is open only for members and their guests, it is worth it – the club’s courses were ranked among the best by Golf Digest International and Asian Golf Monthly magazine.
Location: 11 Laguna Golf GreenNote that golfing is very popular in Singapore; good golf courses are booked days in advance, so it is recommended to book courses at least a week prior. It is advisable to follow a dress code of collared tees with trousers or shorts, and golf shoes. It’s time to start putting and swinging!
Timings: 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Price: Members only
Course: 18 holes, par 72, 7474 yards