Singapore: Marina Bay Golf Course is offering another first this month when golfers have the opportunity to cruise the fairways in style using its newly acquired novelty golf carts.
This will be the first time that novelty golf carts are used during golf games on the course in Singapore.
“We are always looking at ways to make the golf experience at Marina Bay Golf Course more memorable for the public. The eight novelty golf carts, which are functional yet visually appealing, will inject more fun and excitement to the game,” said Ng Ser Miang, Chairman of NCI Golf.
Decked in an array of eye-catching colours such as gold, red and yellow, the four golf carts from the Nostalgia Series offers a vintage look and feel.
The Street Smart series, in blue and brown, is more compact and designed for superior handling and a smooth ride.
Both series are complete with side mirrors, signal and headlights, built-in cooler boxes and golf accessories for an exceptional on-course experience.
In addition to the two series which are available for use by golfers, Marina Bay Golf Course has acquired an ambulance golf cart which will allow staff to respond more effectively to emergencies on the golf course.
The two-seater golf cart features a detachable stretcher, fire extinguisher, first-aid box, as well as a siren and swivel spotlight to alert golfers.
Another new addition of a four-seater golf cart will complement the existing fleet of 13 two-seater golf carts used by the course marshals.
To commemorate Singapore’s Golden Jubilee, Marina Bay Golf Course will offer a two-month trial of these novelty golf carts to golfers playing nine or 18 holes. After the promotional period, the golf carts will be available for rent at an additional fee to golfers.
The introduction of the new buggies marks the first phase of the comprehensive plans of Marina Bay Golf Course to enhance the overall experience of patrons. Renovation and upgrading works will also be carried out to revitalise the golf course, building and its facilities in the subsequent months.
Singapore: This year’s SMBC Singapore Open has been cancelled due to on-going concerns related to the Covid-19 pandemic in the region.