Love a hit of golf? You won’t want to miss the upcoming Discover Golf Carnival, which serves as a prelude to the SMBC Singapore Open 2018. Come along to The Range @ New Tanjong, at Sentosa Golf Club, on Sunday 14 January, and from 2pm to 6pm this family-friendly fiesta will feature a series of fun activities where you’ll get to hone your golfing skills while spending quality time with friends and family.
Open to all – from newbies to the sport to scratch golfers – the carnival has something for everyone. Your little ones can take part in exciting activities at the FootGolf, Kiddy’s Golf Safari, SNAG Golf, Golf Croquet and Golf Ball Tattoo stations by Totts Golf, while experienced golfers will enjoy the Skills Challenge booth, where there are many prizes to be won.
Feeling lucky? Take part in one of the draws to score yourself (or your golf-loving friend) a neat freebie. There’s also complimentary candy floss, popcorn and ice cream to keep the kids happy. Best of all, admission is free for all! Just pre-register for your preferred two-hour session (2-4pm or 4-6pm) online.
About the SMBC Singapore Open 2018
The annual golf tournament – contested for the first time in 1961 – will be held at Sentosa Golf Club from 18 to 21 January this year. Spain’s Sergio Garcia, who won the 2017 US Masters, former Open champion Louis Oosthuizen from South Africa and PGA Tour winner Pat Perez will star in the event, along with the leading players from both the Asian Tour and Japan Golf Tour Organisation, such as Asian Tour winner Gavin Green and golfing prodigy turned prolific winner, Ryo Ishikawa.
Get your tickets now
A General Course Pass gives you access to the event and costs $20 (Thursday or Friday), $30 (Saturday or Sunday) or $60 (all four days!) per person. VIP passes start from $400 and include all-day five-star food and beverage service by Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resorts and Spa and the chance to meet and greet the golf stars!
Children aged five to 12 pay just $5 on Thursday or Friday, $10 on Saturday or Sunday, or $15 for a season pass. All proceeds from the sale of children’s passes will be donated to the Arc Children’s Centre, the event’s official charity.
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