Tanah Merah Country Club: Tampines Course

Singapore

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Event Details

Round 1

25 April 2025

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Round 1

28 April 2025

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About the Course

Originally designed by Max Wexler and launched in 1988, the 6,421 metres, par 72 course was noted as the first buggy-only course in the region. Built at a reported cost of $1 million per hole, the course was lauded for its ‘natural appeal’, featuring soft gradients of rolling hills with spacious teeing areas and large greens.

Tampines will provide a truly unique memorable experience, good challenge and fun for all levels of golfers, including the professionals.

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Learn more about Tanah Merah Country Club

The course features beautiful water features, gently rolling fairways, undulating greens, well-placed bunkers, calm lakes and park-land-style with trees to allow golfers long views of key points on the course. The gently rolling fairways are not the only challenge, as golfers may have to negotiate tricky pin positions if the ball is in the wrong quadrant of the green. Golfers will find that they need every club in their bag to turn in a good round.

 

World Golf Competition acknowledges the fantastic help and support from General Manager, Elliott Gray and the Executive Team of Tanah Merah Country Club in Singapore

Originally designed by Max Wexler and launched in 1988, the 6,421 metres, par 72 course was noted as the first buggy-only course in the region. Built at a reported cost of $1 million per hole, the course was lauded for its ‘natural appeal’, featuring soft gradients of rolling hills with spacious teeing areas and large greens.

Tampines will provide a truly unique memorable experience, good challenge and fun for all levels of golfers, including the professionals.

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