5 Best Night Golf Courses in Singapore 2024/2025

Last updated on April 2, 2024 in Best of Golf, Courses & Travel, Reviews 2 comments.
night golf courses in Singapore

If you’re seeking a distinctive and exhilarating golfing experience, consider trying out these night golf courses in Singapore that provide a different perspective and challenge under the stars.

Best Night Golf Courses in Singapore

1. Marina Bay Golf Course

Marina Bay golf course

Marina Bay golf course

Marina Bay Golf Course is a public 18-hole golf course in Singapore, designed by South African Phil Jacobs and opened in 2006. It is one of the few golf courses in Asia to offer night golfing. The course is a par 72, with a length of 6,493m, and features 66 pot bunkers, undulations, and a variety of hole lengths, providing an enjoyable challenge to golfers. The course also includes signature holes like the 651-meter par-6 hole and the island green par-3 hole. Additional features include a practice green, a 6-hole putting course, a pro shop, a car detailing workshop, and two cafes.

Marina Bay Golf Course opens from 07:00 to 22:45 daily, providing golfers ample time to play after their working hours.

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2. Orchid Country Club

Orchid Country Club is a 27-hole international championship standard course built under the guidance of Mr. Ong Teng Cheong, the late former President of Singapore. It includes three 9-hole courses called the Aranda, Vanda, and Dendro courses, which all feature manicured greens and fairways.

Orchid Country Club opens from 06:00 to 22:00 with an 18-hole night golf tee-off time from 16:27 to 17:58 (with 7-minute intervals). The fee for a night game is $27, which is much cheaper than that of a day game ($97.20 for social members and $194.40 for guests). And, the 9-hole evening walking fee is $8.64 only.

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3. Keppel Club Golf Course

Keppel Club golf course

Keppel Club golf course

Keppel Club golf course is one of the oldest and most beautiful night golf courses in Singapore. It was built in 1980 and has overcome several upgrades and improvements over the decades.

This golf course opens from 07:00 to 21:00 with tee-off times for night golf from 13:30 to 19:00. Playing at Keppel Club golf course, you will have to pay $98.28 on weekdays and $142.56 on weekends and public holidays for a 9-hole game. For an 18-hole game, the total fee is $154.44 on weekdays and $267.84 on weekends and public holidays. There is no difference between day and night golf’s green fees.

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4. Warren Golf & Country Club

Warren Golf & Country Club seems to be the latest opening night golf course in Singapore as it opens from 07:00 am to 23:59 pm.

This course was founded by the late Brigadier Derek Warren of the British 18th Signal Regiment in Singapore. The club started with a 4-hole golf course and expanded to a 9-hole golf course and driving range when it officially opened on Folkestone Road in 1962. It now boasts an 18-hole championship golf course and various social and recreational facilities. The course is challenging and diverse, with stylishly bunkered holes and sloping contoured greens. Water is also a factor in several holes, with small lakes, ponds, and a vast drainage canal. Every hole is well-designed with a changing backdrop, making Warren Golf & Country Club a must-visit for golf holidays in Singapore.

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5. Sentosa Golf Club

Sentosa Golf Club

Sentosa Golf Club

Sentosa Golf Club includes two distinct themes, the Serapong Course, and the Tanjong Course, both open from 07:00 to 20:30. The Serapong Course is all about strategy while the Tanjong Course provides a stunning island view along the course. Being listed among the best golf courses in Singapore, Sentosa Golf Club’s green fees are extravagant accordingly. Whether you play a day or night game, you will have to pay $370/round (on weekdays) and $500/round on weekends and public holidays.

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Enjoy a Golf Holiday in Singapore

Looking to enjoy a golf holiday in Southeast Asia? Look no further than Singapore – a vibrant island city-state, which boasts a variety of world-class golf courses, excellent weather year-round, and a wide range of attractions and activities for golfers and non-golfers alike.

Tee off at iconic courses like Marina Bay Golf Course or Sentosa Golf Club, which have hosted international tournaments and offer stunning views of the city skyline and surrounding sea. After a game, golf travelers can explore Singapore’s diverse neighborhoods, indulge in delicious local cuisine, or unwind at one of the many luxurious spas.

Singapore golf packages are the perfect combination of sport, relaxation, and adventure. So, contact us right now if you are ready to play at one of the best golf destinations in Southeast Asia in particular and Asia in general.

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Linh Chi

I am an avid traveler who loves to play golf and have experience in tourism golf in Vietnam and Asia countries. I'm here to provide you with useful information and help to plan a perfect golf holiday in Southeast Asia.

Comments (2)

  1. Hello,

    I will be visiting Singapore on busniess and would really love to play 2 rounds (foursome) during my stay with one of them at night. From what I hear it is hard to get a tee time?


    1. Dear Mike,
      Thanks for reaching out. Booking the course will depend on whether it’s early or late, and which course you want to book. Our team of experts will contact you to help you.
      Thank you!
      GolfLux Team

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