Changi

National Service Resort & Country Club's first golf course in Changi opened for play in 1993. The 27-hole championship golf course in Changi was originally designed by renowned golf architect Max Wexler, with subsequent additions by Ted Parslow of Malaysia golf design firm E & G Parslow.

Army Course

The Army Course offers an unique feature  - an island tee which extends the distance of the hole and adds variety to the play strategy. It also features various bridges reminiscent of the Victorian era.

    Men’s Black  Men’s Blue  Men’s White  Lady’s White  Lady’s Red
Course Rating - 71.9 69.8 75.3 71.9
Slope Rating - 129 122 137 124

 

Hole by hole description
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Navy Course

Located along the seafront, the Navy Course offers golfers a beautiful view of the coast line. One of its highlights is a small man-made forest in between tee-boxes of holes 4 and 5, which poses a challenge to golfers.

   Men’s Black  Men’s Blue  Men’s White  Lady’s White  Lady’s Red
Course Rating - 71.8 69.4 75 71.4
Slope Rating - 132 124 135 123

 

Hole by hole description

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Air Force Course

The Air Force Course was the first to open for play. It is located nearest to the airport runway - hence its name. It is the longest nine of the three courses at Changi, and is visually impactful - offering dramatic feature such as a waterfall, rock-lined streams, and landscaped ponds.

   Men’s Black  Men’s Blue  Men’s White  Lady’s White  Lady’s Red
Course Rating - 72.5 70.4 75.9 72.5
Slope Rating - 130 125 137 126

 

Hole by hole description
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The Executive Par-3 Course

The Executive Par-3 course offers a great practise ground for your short game. It is also especially popular with families golfing with children. Constructed with a good view of the sea and next to the east coast, it is the first links-style Par-3 golf course in Singapore.

'Links' is a traditional term for golf courses that evolved on lands around the shores of the British Isles. While such sand-dune terrain were of little agricultural use, its free-draining properties made the land an ideal recreation area. To this day, the most authentic and fascinating golf is played on these stretches of wildly undulating land, and it is after these traditional links courses that NSRCC's Par-3 course was modeled. In keeping with its links-land style, the course has been intentionally kept rustic and coastal in nature so as to provide a sharp contrast to Singapore's urban landscape. The differences in elevation between the water level of lakes and the highest points of mounds have been exaggerated to produce a giant sand-dune effect in true links fashion.

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48-Bay Driving Range

This two-tier driving range offers 48 bays and has an outfield of 250m in length where golfers can practice their swing and improve their drive. The club's resident golf academy Phil Brew Golf Academy is based at the driving range.

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