The Serapong is one of the world’s Top 100 golf courses and host venue of the Singapore Open since 2005.
The Tanjong Course is uniquely set against the Singapore Straits with views of metropolitan Singapore.
Sustainable practices are at the heart of Sentosa Golf Club’s operations, both on and off the golf course. It became the first golf club in the world to sign the
UN Sports for Climate Action Initiative back in 2020.
Sentosa is Asia’s leading leisure destination and Singapore’s premier island resort getaway, located within 15 minutes from the central business and shopping districts.
Sentosa Golf Club has aligned its sustainability agenda with The R&A to support the governing bodies’ Golf Course 2030 initiative.
Sentosa Golf Club was named ‘World’s Best Eco-Friendly Golf Facility’ for the third consecutive year at the 2022 World Golf Awards.
Sentosa Golf Club was the first golf club in the world to join the UN Sports for Climate Action initiative.
Sentosa Golf Club was awarded GEO Certification status in 2022 through its formal partnership with GEO Foundation.
Sentosa Golf Club was named ‘Sustainability Champion of the Year’ at the Britcham 22nd Annual Business Awards.
As the official sanctioning body for professional golf in Asia, the Asian Tour leads the development of professional golf across the region, enhancing the careers of its members while maintaining a commitment to the integrity of the game.
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Sentosa Golf Club has wrapped up another successful awards season, after capturing the title of ‘World’s Best Eco-Friendly Golf Facility’ for the second consecutive year at the 2021 World Golf Awards in Dubai.
Andrew Johnston, the General Manager, Director of Agronomy and Resident Golf Course Designer at Sentosa Golf Club, and the person seen as the driving force behind changing the golf industry’s response to climate change, has been recognised for his work after being named as one of the ‘Most Innovative People in Golf’.