2014 was a turning point for golf in Singapore. The Government reviewed the space it occupies, the pressure on land for residences and other important requirements, and decided the sport would have to reduce its share of the country’s precious land.
Some clubs were offered new leases for their current land, others were offered new leases for only part of their land, and other clubs were not offered new leases at all or were told that they would only get one new lease and no further extensions.
If you would like to enquire about the specifics of a particular club, and the impact on membership sales, please contact us.
|Golf Club||Current Lease Expiry||Offered Lease|
|Keppel Club||31 Dec 2021||No new lease will be offered|
|Singapore Island Country Club||31 Dec 2021||Island Location: 31 Dec 2040
Bukit Course: 31 Dec 2030
Sime Course: No new lease offered
|Sentosa Golf Club||31 Dec 2021||Serapong Course: 31 Dec 2030
Tanjong Course: 31 Dec 2040
|Changi Golf Club||31 Dec 2021||31 Dec 2040|
|Tanah Merah Country Club||31 Dec 2021||Garden Course: 31 Dec 2035 (with reduced area)
Tampines Course: 31 Dec 2040
|Seletar Country Club||31 Dec 2021||31 Dec 2040|
|Orchid Country Club||31 Dec 2023||31 Dec 2030
No new lease thereafter
|National Service Resort, (Changi)||31 Dec 2023||31 Dec 2040 (with reduced area)|
|National Service Resort, (Kranji)||26 Sep 2030||No new lease offered yet|
|Warren Golf & Country Club||30 Oct 2030||No new lease offered yet|
|Laguna National Golf & Country Club||15 Dec 2040||No new lease offered yet|