27 Bukit Manis Rd,
Sentosa, Singapore 099892
Office+65 6275 0022
Pro shop+65 6275 1125
Fax+65 6275 0654
18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb.
Jungle and seaside.
Original design by Frank Pennink with later improvements by Chris Pitman and Max Wexler. Major redesign carried out by Andrew Johnston & Matt Swanson in 2016, which produced the Tanjong course.
Above distances are for the Tanjong course. Also at Sentosa is the 18-hole Serapong course (par-72; 6565 metres from back tees).
7 km S of Singapore centre (Raffles Hotel area).
From the Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE), directly south of downtown Singapore, take exit 2A, 2B or 2C and head south, direction Sentosa. Cross the Gateway Ave Bridge onto Sentosa Island and follow Gateway Ave, then Artillery Ave (Sentosa Rd), then Bukit Manis Rd to Sentosa Golf (on your left) and Sentosa Resort (on your right).
Sentosa Golf Club (Tanjong course): Following a significant 2016 redesign by Andrew Johnston, the "New" Tanjong course is more than able to hold its own with Sentosa's renowned Serapong layout. Sometimes flatter, other times more undulating and on two occasions spectacularly elevated, the Tanjong provides a thoroughly absorbing and challenging golf outing, with many fabulous sea and distant island views to take in along the way.
The front-nine is played closer to the sea (although always elevated above it), while the back-nine initially hugs the jungle-clad hill that separates the Serapong and Tanjong courses. The front and back-nine closing sections both take you through an attractive parkland environment, where the many varieties of tree are never too dense as they line the fairways.
More than trees or deep rough, your main pre-occupation will be hitting the sometimes tightish fairways and staying out of the many water hazards; ponds, creeks and small lakes all play their part on a fairly frequent basis. The greens on this excellently maintained layout are uniformly large and undulating - getting down in two never guaranteed.
If anywhere in Singapore provides the opportunity for a "great escape" to relative peace and tranquillity, then Sentosa fits the bill. Add in two superb championship courses here at Sentosa Golf Club, and a 5-star hotel next-door, and there's little you'll want for at this wonderful Stay&Play location (although deep pockets will help, especially if you try to sign-up to play as a visitor on a weekend).
Stay & Play at Sentosa: luxury onsite accommodation available, see Where2Stay section below.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends. Closed Mondays.
Must book in advance. Maximum handicap: men 36; women 40.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2022].
Walking permitted. Golf carts available for hire. Caddies available.
Sentosa island is one of Singapore's best places to relax - the Malay word Sentosa means peace and tranquillity. Here you can enjoy a wide range of activities, keep the family entertained and if you can, enjoy Singapore's best stay and play golf location. Sentosa Golf Club and both its courses have hosted numerous major competitions including Asian Tour events, co-sanctioned European Tour events and LPGA Tour events (see our Tournaments section >by Venue >Sentosa GC).
Sentosa's main clubhouse is one of the most luxurious and palatial in Singapore, and is complemented by a smaller separate clubhouse servicing the Serapong course. Alongside the Serapong's par-5 4th hole is a tomb commemorating Chinese civilians who were mercilessly killed there during World War II.
2020 Golf Digest rating: 2nd best course in Singapore.
2 Bukit Manis Road, Sentosa, Singapore 099891
+65 6708 8310Visit website
Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa, a French luxury resort hotel on Sentosa island, is located next door to Sentosa Golf Club (although the two entities are not jointly owned). Situated atop the cliff above Tanjong Beach, the 215-room property is a haven of tranquility and relaxation with its collection of four unique dining establishments, award-winning spa and a celebrations and events centre.
Sentosa GC (Serapong and Tanjong courses)
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1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673
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The wonderful and legendary Raffles Hotel of Singapore. Starting from its humble "Beach House" beginnings in 1887, declared a national monument in 1987, the hotel was restored and reopened in 1991. Today Raffles Hotel stands as a jewel in the crown of Singapore's hospitality industry, renowned and loved for its inimitable style and unsurpassed excellence in service and facilities. Excellent restaurants and bars are plentiful. Be sure to visit the Long Bar - home of the world famous cocktail, the Singapore Sling.
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