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PostSubject: The cost of playing 18 holes in Singapore   Tue Oct 23, 2012 8:11 am

Just need to know basis. I only ask for Golf courses in Singapore with 18 holes. How much did you spend when playing 18 holes with a golf cart? Question


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PostSubject: Re: The cost of playing 18 holes in Singapore   Tue Oct 23, 2012 8:32 am

what is need to know basis?

how useful a general answer would be for you? e.g. I paid between $90 to $180 on Singapore courses. If you have CIMB world card, you can pay a lot less

if you really wanna know, work your fingers a bit more and visit the courses' websites
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of playing 18 holes in Singapore   Tue Oct 23, 2012 8:40 am

I spend $23.54 per round at TMCC for both weekday & weekend
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of playing 18 holes in Singapore   Tue Oct 23, 2012 8:41 am

pushslice wrote:
what is need to know basis?

how useful a general answer would be for you? e.g. I paid between $90 to $180 on Singapore courses. If you have CIMB world card, you can pay a lot less

if you really wanna know, work your fingers a bit more and visit the courses' websites

The websites only list the OFFICIAL green fee. Which are usually lower than actual spending.

I just need to know how much most people spend for playing golf in Singapore.


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PostSubject: Re: The cost of playing 18 holes in Singapore   Tue Oct 23, 2012 8:41 am

JonL_TK wrote:
I spend $23.54 per round at TMCC for both weekday & weekend

R u a member at the course?
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of playing 18 holes in Singapore   Tue Oct 23, 2012 8:44 am

rkangrah wrote:
pushslice wrote:
what is need to know basis?

how useful a general answer would be for you? e.g. I paid between $90 to $180 on Singapore courses. If you have CIMB world card, you can pay a lot less

if you really wanna know, work your fingers a bit more and visit the courses' websites

The websites only list the OFFICIAL green fee. Which are usually lower than actual spending.

I just need to know how mich most people spend for playing golf in Singapore.

Why ?
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of playing 18 holes in Singapore   Tue Oct 23, 2012 9:02 am

Slicer51 wrote:
rkangrah wrote:
pushslice wrote:
what is need to know basis?

how useful a general answer would be for you? e.g. I paid between $90 to $180 on Singapore courses. If you have CIMB world card, you can pay a lot less

if you really wanna know, work your fingers a bit more and visit the courses' websites

The websites only list the OFFICIAL green fee. Which are usually lower than actual spending.

I just need to know how mich most people spend for playing golf in Singapore.

Why ?

Bro slicer51, for comparison....
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of playing 18 holes in Singapore   Tue Oct 23, 2012 9:07 am

where are you from bro rkangrah?
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of playing 18 holes in Singapore   Tue Oct 23, 2012 9:18 am

rkangrah wrote:
pushslice wrote:
what is need to know basis?

how useful a general answer would be for you? e.g. I paid between $90 to $180 on Singapore courses. If you have CIMB world card, you can pay a lot less

if you really wanna know, work your fingers a bit more and visit the courses' websites

The websites only list the OFFICIAL green fee. Which are usually lower than actual spending.

I just need to know how much most people spend for playing golf in Singapore.

Are you asking about green fee only or total spending? Your title states green fee, but then here you're asking about total spending.

Actually the listed green fee prices are quite accurate. Just look out for whether buggy fees are included, if not add another $20-$30, and another 7% GST on top of the total.

As for the actual price, it varies greatly.

Marina Bay is around $80+ in total for weekdays, and 120+ for weekends/public holidays IIRC. It's the only public course around and the cheapest option if you're not a member at a club. If you're looking to play at a private club, it's about $100++ for guest if you've got someone signing you in.

Otherwise if you're looking to play quite regularly, might make sense to join a club and enjoy the savings in the long run. Simply pay the buggy fee of $20+ and you're set. Sometimes I even do without the buggy and play a walking game - free game of golf plus a bit of exercise.
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of playing 18 holes in Singapore   Tue Oct 23, 2012 10:12 am

bigbanana14 wrote:
rkangrah wrote:
pushslice wrote:
what is need to know basis?

how useful a general answer would be for you? e.g. I paid between $90 to $180 on Singapore courses. If you have CIMB world card, you can pay a lot less

if you really wanna know, work your fingers a bit more and visit the courses' websites

The websites only list the OFFICIAL green fee. Which are usually lower than actual spending.

I just need to know how much most people spend for playing golf in Singapore.

Are you asking about green fee only or total spending? Your title states green fee, but then here you're asking about total spending.

Actually the listed green fee prices are quite accurate. Just look out for whether buggy fees are included, if not add another $20-$30, and another 7% GST on top of the total.

As for the actual price, it varies greatly.

Marina Bay is around $80+ in total for weekdays, and 120+ for weekends/public holidays IIRC. It's the only public course around and the cheapest option if you're not a member at a club. If you're looking to play at a private club, it's about $100++ for guest if you've got someone signing you in.

Otherwise if you're looking to play quite regularly, might make sense to join a club and enjoy the savings in the long run. Simply pay the buggy fee of $20+ and you're set. Sometimes I even do without the buggy and play a walking game - free game of golf plus a bit of exercise.

Yeah... there you go, I changed the Topic Question.....

BTW I asked about total spending playing during weekdays.
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of playing 18 holes in Singapore   Tue Oct 23, 2012 11:31 am

audi wrote:
where are you from bro rkangrah?

I live in SG bro...
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