Golf. The sport where you have to remember a million things before you even move your body to start your swing. Then you must do that for every hit thereafter. Or you will suck. A lot.
Singapore has a lot of courses but the majority need a handicap card. Championship Golf, though, is one course that will allow any hacker and slicer onto their premises without any proof that you can hit a golf ball with any accuracy. At $21.50 for a round of 9 after 4:30 and $45 before 4:30 it’s pretty reasonable to head there for a late tee-off. Club rental is $22 and buggy rental is $30. You can buy a bag of 12 used balls for $12.
Championship Golf is situated in a rural part of Singapore down a country road (take me home) and it has a driving range and a nice course with a couple of challenging drives off the tee to be had. Greens are in rough shape (think sandy beaches with a hole) but, hey, it ain’t St. Andrews and you aint paying crazy green fees. And, hey, they’ve allowed you on their course and you could be a club wielding maniac. There are a couple of bars there to critically analyse your game and life over a beer after you play. Will be back. Thanks for the last golf date Nathan.