National Service Resort Country Club Changi Course Details
Year built: 1993
Architect(s): Max Wexler, Ted Parslow
Season: One 9-hole will be closed every Monday (except Public Holidays)
National Service Resort Country Club Changi Course is the first course of National Service Resort Country Club, opened for play in 1993. The 18-hole championship golf course in Changi was originally designed by renowned golf architect Max Wexler, with subsequent additions by Ted Parslow of Malaysian golf design firm Parslow & Winter Golf Design.
National Service Resort Country Club Changi Course contains two-nine courses, namely the 1st Tee and the 10th Tee. The 1st Tee offers undulating landscapes and a multitude of water hazards to provide a good challenge to golfers’ of any skill level. The 10th tee, formerly known as the Navy Course is located along the seafront and it characterized by its beautiful landscape, while offering a meandering layout to challenge all golfers’.
National Service Resort Country Club Changi Course’s single tier driving range offers 36 bays and has an outfield of 250 m in length where golfers can practice their swing and improve their drive. The club’s resident golf academy Phil Brew Golf Academyis based at the driving range.