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05 September 2017, Tuesday - Proposed Driving Range @ NSRCC


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31 August 2017, Thursday - Advisory on Changes to Fruit Machine Regulations

28 June 2017, Wednesday - Teeing off From Respective Boxes

02 June 2017, Friday - Reminder: Cessation of Green Fee Rebate

20 February 2017, Monday - Permanent Closure of Chip & Run Green Facility @ NSRCC Kranji

16 January 2017, Monday - Reminder on Effective Period of Green Fee Rebate Scheme


In year 2014, following the announcement on land return, a $15 green fee rebate scheme was introduced at the 3rd Town Hall session¹ to mitigate the disruption brought upon by the new 9-hole course redevelopment project.

This 3-year green fee rebate scheme was announced to be effective from 1st July 2014 to 30th June 2017. The table below indicates the total golfing fee with and without the rebate:


Over the period of the rebate, the Club completed the redevelopment of the new 9-hole course, and also absorbed the few million dollars’ cost of the rebate. The Club’s revenue was also reduced by the same amount accorded to members in the rebate. But we are delighted that it brings about a better golfing experience to our members, and that is what matters most.

As the green fee rebate runs its course and will lapse on 30 June 2017, we seek your understanding and continuous support to the Club.

We will continue in striving to serve you better by enhancing current facilities and develop new range of facilities in the next few years.


Q1 When was the green rebate scheme and its effective period announced to members?

The green fee rebate scheme ($15 rebate per 18 holes games) and the 3-year effective period were announced during the 3rd Town Hall session held on Saturday, 26th April 2014 at NSRCC Changi. Subsequently, it was posted on NSRCC’s website and editions of Resort View.


Q2 Why the rebate is only for 3 years?

The 3-year rebate scheme is pegged to the redevelopment from mid-2014 to mid-2017. This was offered as a goodwill gesture from the Club to alleviate the inconveniences caused to our members’ golfing experiences while the Club had to reconfigure parts of the old course into a new 9-hole course, resulted from government land-take.


Q3 Is the Club considering extending the green fee rebate scheme?

The 3-yr green fee rebate has cost the Club a few millions and it draws down the fund reserve for our future enhancement works. Therefore, any further extension of the rebate scheme will impede the ability to continue enhancing our facilities.


Q4 What does it mean to the members?

Members will continue to enjoy the rebate until 30 June 2017.  From 1 July 2017 onward, the golfing fee with be billed without the rebate.


 NSRCC Club Management



11 January 2017, Wednesday - New Local Rule by R&A/USGA w.e.f 1 January 2017

12 January 2015, Monday - An EXCLUSIVE Look Into NSRCC's New 9-Hole Course! [There's A Link to The Video Preview too!]

Here's the link to an exclusive video of our new 9-Hole Course!

04 April 2014, Friday - Update on Club's Constitution

National Service Resort & Country Club is established to recognise the contributions of NSmen to Total Defence. With this mission in mind, the Club constantly evolves itself to meet the needs of the NSmen.

With effect from 1 April 2014, the aggregate tenure limit of Ordinary & Associate membership has been revised from 20 years to 30 years. Correspondingly, the Club Constitution has been amended accordingly to reflect the changes. With this change, Ordinary and Associate members would be able to extend their term up to an aggregated tenure of 30 years.

We are grateful for your support and look forward to continue serving the recreation needs of you and your family. For more information, please contact the Membership Centre at 6540 8555/ 8556 or email for assistance.

Click here to view the latest Club Constitution.

10 October 2013, Thursday - Traffic Advisory - Changi Coast Road