Singapore: Marina Bay Golf Course has unveiled a six-hole putting course aimed at making golf ‘more accessible and appealing to the public’.
Known as Marina Bay Putting Course, the 211-metre, par-24 course officially opened to the public yesterday.
Its conceptualisation and design, a collaboration between NCI Golf Pte Ltd and Universal Gardens Pte Ltd, aim to make the putting course fun and challenging for the novice and the experienced golfer.
In addition to its manicured greens which are similar to those on the golf course, the putting course features careful contouring, undulations, and holes of varying lengths. Its par-three, par-four and par-five holes range from 20 metres to 62 metres. There are challenging breaks.
“Marina Bay Putting Course opens up new possibilities for people of all ages and skill levels to play and experience golf on real greens. Even families can enjoy a fun-filled round together and bond over a game of golf,” said Ng Ser Miang, Chairman of NCI Golf.
“We are grateful for the continuous support which we enjoy from the community. In our quest to bring more value to golfers through our new initiatives, we hope to make golf more accessible and appealing to the public,” said Ng.
With fewer practice facilities and full-sized golf courses locally, the putting course offers golfers an alternative to the driving range, and an avenue to hone their putting skills. Schools, associations and corporate companies can hold team-building events and competitions on the putting course, too.
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