Tee located 90 ft from previous target, marked by round pointed stone and rock in ground. Fairway crosses fairway of Hole 12. Shooting straight through trees. (250 ft) Next tee: Downhill to the left about 100 ft.
The course is on the grounds of the Muslim and Hindu section of Singapore's old Bidadari Cemetery, exhumed in 2001. It is the first and only semi-permanent course in Singapore.
The layout respects the natural environment, utilizing materials found on the grounds and taking advantage of the verdant rolling hills and sprawling trees.
Tees are marked with sticks or stones (often remnants of tombs) and targets are white PVC pipes. Please help us maintain the pristine and sacred beauty of this space as we try to establish a foothold for disc golf in Singapore.
The course is located at the Woodleigh MRT station at the corner of Upper Seangoon Rd and Upper Aljunied, in between Upper Aljunied and Bartley Rd. Many buses go there, including 100, 135, 155, 13, 133, 28, 93 and others Google map