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Monday & Tuesday AM Open for 18-Hole Play (Jul to Sep)

Please note that full 18 holes will be available for play in the mornings of Monday and Tuesday on the below dates.

Dates of play include the following:
• 8 & 9 July
• 22 & 23 July

• 12* & 13 August
• 19 & 20 August

• 2 & 3 September
• 16 & 17 September
• 30 September

*Public holiday rates and single barrel time sheet apply.

Unless stated otherwise, a double barrel time sheet will be introduced for 18 holes with tee times from 7.00am to 9.01am and from 12.00pm to 2.01pm. Tee times for 9 holes will be from 4.30pm to 5.01pm.

The driving range will be open from 7.00am while the putting course will be open from 12 noon on the Monday when 18 holes are available for play. 

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Changes to Course B Score Card

Following the launch of the Course B configuration, the management has reviewed the allocation of handicap strokes for individual holes. As such, this has been adjusted to better reflect the difficulty level for the holes.

The revision will be reflected on the Course B score cards with immediate effect.

Golf Course Closure (1 to 4 July)

As part of our ongoing efforts to improve your golf experience at Marina Bay Golf Course, all 18 holes and practice greens were closed for coring and maintenance from 1 to 4 July 2019 (Monday to Thursday).

Please note that though the greens may be sandy for a few weeks after the maintenance, we will ensure that the greens are playable as far as possible.

We regret any inconvenience caused.

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Schedule for Course B (May & June)

With the official launch of Course B on 3 May (Friday), please note that the new course configuration will be implemented on the below dates in May and June. 

- 3 to 5 May (Fri to Sun)
- 8 to 12 May (Wed to Sun)
- 22 to 26 May (Wed to Sun)
- 19 to 23 Jun (Wed to Sun)

Range Upgrading Works (May-June)

Please note that upgrading works will be carried out at the Driving Range from May to June. 

Selected range bays may be reserved for installation works. We seek your understanding that there may be noise from drilling and installation works during this period. 

Please note that the Driving Range will still remain open according to normal operation hours.

We regret any inconvenience caused.

Marina Bay Golf Course Unveils Singapore’s First 2-in-1 Course

Marina Bay Golf Course adds a new spin to the game by offering two configurations within one golf course. Its current configuration will be known as Course A while the new configuration, Course B, will be officially launched to the public on 3 May 2019. 

With the success of the par-6, hole 4 since its introduction in 2016, Course B paves the way for golfers to experience the golf course in a different light and derive a totally different experience out of playing 18 holes. 

While the individual hole layout remains unchanged, the routing from hole to hole is different in Course B. Course A comprises of an outer and inner loop of two sets of nine holes, both of which lead to the club house. Course B, on the other hand, features some holes crossing over to the inner loop after hole 5. For example, the existing hole 9 will become hole 18 and, the existing hole 18 will become hole 10 for Course B. With the change in hole sequence, golfers who are all too familiar with the existing golf course layout will have to change their game plan accordingly. 

Adding a new dimension to the game is the allocation of handicap strokes for each hole in Course B and one can expect two different outcomes and double the fun when they play on Course A and B. 

To mark the launch of Course B, all golfers playing 18 holes on 3 May afternoon will be invited to participate in a 4-hole singles match play competition. The golfer who wins more holes than his opponent will stand to win prizes sponsored by Marina Bay Golf Course. 

“We are committed to deliver not only amazing value but also a golf course that’s truly a golfer’s delight. The novel concept of a 2-in-1 course is a prelude to more exciting initiatives that are in the pipeline,” said Mr Ng Ser Miang, Chairman of NCI Golf Pte Ltd. 

Course B will be available for play from Wednesday to Sunday on every alternate week after the launch.

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Click here to view Course A & B configurations

Four-Hole Match Play (3 May)

Book our 18-hole afternoon tee times on 3 May and get to participate in a 4-Hole Singles Match Play Competition on Course B, our latest course configuration. 

No registration or additional entry fee is required. Simply come as a pair to have a friendly match with your friend and experience Course B! Overall winners for the four holes (holes 4, 6, 12 and 16) will get to walk away with prizes after the game. 


Conditions of Competition (3 May, Afternoon Tee Times)

1. Competition
1.1. Standard 18-hole golf booking is required. Only tee times from 12.20pm to 3.24pm will pre-qualify to participate in the competition.
1.2. Golfer shall compete with his/her buggy mate. Single golfers will not be eligible to participate in the competition.
1.3. The Organising Committee reserves all rights to slot in golfer to fill vacant slots without informing the lead golfer.
1.4. Only scores on holes 4, 6, 12 and 16 will be taken into consideration for the competition. 
1.5. Men shall tee off from white tees, while Ladies and Juniors below 12 years old shall tee off from the red tees.

2. Handicapping
2.1. All golfers shall play off their official USGA Handicap Index as at 1 May 2019.
2.2. The maximum course handicap will be capped at 24 (for men) and 36 (for ladies & juniors below 12 years old).
2.3. Golfers with valid Proficiency Certificates or who have passed the Golf Course Swing Assessment will be assigned the maximum course handicap.

3. Scoring & Prizes
3.1. All players shall only submit GROSS score using the designated score cards.
3.2. Score cards must be signed by both marker and golfer and returned to the Score Card Return Counter immediately upon completion of the round.
3.3. Prize will be given to the golfer who won the most number of designated holes.
3.4. In the event of a tie, the USGA Countback System shall apply based on the order of results for hole 16, 12, 6 and 4.
3.5. In the event of inclement weather resulting in the inability of the competition to continue, prize shall be given to the golfer with the most wins in the competition.
3.6. All prizes are to be redeemed at the Score Card Return Counter immediately upon final results.
3.7. Any complaints, protests or disputes shall be referred to the Organising Committee for a decision and such decision shall be final.

4. Release Consent
4.1. All patrons redeeming the prizes must consent to photo/video publicity.
4.2. Under no circumstances will NCI Golf Pte Ltd be held liable for any injury or death howsoever or wheresoever caused to any visitors or golfers, or for any loss or damage howsoever or wheresoever caused to the to the belongings or properties of the visitors or golfers.

5. The Organising Committee shall reserve the right to amend the above Conditions of Competition without prior notice.

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May Day Awards 2019

We would like to extend our heartiest congratulations to our Director, Mr Edwin Lee who received the Friend of Labour Award in the May Day Awards this year. Mr Lee has been serving on the Board of Directors at NCI Golf since 2004. 

With his vast experience and expertise in the construction industry, Mr Lee was instrumental in the design and construction of Marina Bay Golf Course and amongst the pioneers to transform the reclaimed land to an award-winning 18-hole public golf course.

New Golf Rules (1 Jan 2019)

Following the recent change in golf rules which will take effect in January 2019, please be informed that our local rules have been updated.

Click here to view our Local Rule E-5 
Click here to view our Scorecard 
Click here to view some of the changes


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