Seletar Country Club’s 18-hole gem is a result of the great vision of its founding members and their emphasis on marrying the area’s natural terrain with a rustic country theme. Combine that with a backdrop of the Lower Seletar Reservoir and the talents of course architect, Chris Pitman, the sum total is a challenging and wonderful playing experience. Members and guests feel that the immaculately groomed course is worth every cent spent over a major renovation in 2000 and a refinement project completed in early 2004.
From the championship tees, the course at Seletar Country Club demands great ball striking and a sound game strategy. Being all of 6,364metres (6,960yards) long, it brings excitement to those who take on the challenge of trying to make par on this course, while leaving plenty of room for the weekend golfers to enjoy their golfing.
The driving range at Seletar Country Club has 2 tiers with 52 bays and full training facilities. The Club has a golf academy that conducts training for schools and provides lessons for members and guests.The Driving Range shall be closed for maintenance every Monday from 7am to 3pm. If Monday is a public holiday, the maintenance shall be carried over to Tuesday.