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ALVIN TAN YONG SHENG
ALVYN ANG LIN TIONG
GRAHAM ALASTAIR COPLAND
LIEW KAH LEONG MICHAEL
WONG PENG LAM
AU SENG HUAT
LIM KWANG JOO JASON
YEO TECK GUAN
CHENG YAO TONG
JEFFREY GOH PENG HUAT
MARK KOH CHIN YI
CHEW KAH CHUAN
JEREMY YU JIN HAN
NELLY TAY HWI SIANG
CHRISSIE TAN PECK MEI
LEE CHENG HAW
TAN KIAN BEE
COLLIN TEO KOK LIN
LEK KANG WEI
CHAN WAI LEONG HOO CHUAN WEI LEK KANG WEI
Highlights MAR/APR 2017
DANCIN’ THE NIGHT AWAY AT THE PARTY OLYMPICS
CASHLESS PAYMENTS ARE HERE
A NIGHT OF NOSTALGIA: SELETAR SPIRIT BOOK LAUNCH
WILD AND WET EASTER CARNIVAL: GET SET FOR A WORLD OF FUN!
HUAT AH! HERE’S HOW WE RANG IN THE NEW YEAR
CALLING ALL NATURE LOVERS!
initiative to link park connectors to a
round-island-route scheduled to be
18-hole course despite the land loss
On Monday 3 April, we will convene an
opened to the public by 2025. SLA’s
with a re-layout. Considering our
Extraordinary General Meeting (EOGM)
requirements and our decision to renew
water bodies need to be enlarged
to vote on the future of our Club. You
our lease less the public access area
and strengthened to meet PUB’s
would have received the Notice of
have been fully covered in our Notice of
mandate, it is a wise choice. The
EOGM which details our proposed
consultants will additionally make
every effort to retain our reservoir
financial plan and upgrading projects. We are thrilled that our lease will last
THE GOLF COURSE
view with minimum requirement for the construction of a massive fence
to 2040 and we want to ensure that essential facilities like our golf course
The public access area will directly
to protect the public. Through all our
and food and beverage (F&B) outlets are
impact some tee boxes, greens, the
discussions, our focus is aimed at
able to serve members well during the
whole of Hole 5 and our Seletar
retaining the challenging character of
extended lease period.
Water Sports Centre, which inevitably
our golf course, and at the same time
creates a domino effect on other
ensure an interesting and enjoyable
Hence, this is an exciting time as we are
holes. The Public Utilities Board (PUB)
course to play in.
about to bring positive changes to the
has also mandated golf courses to be
self-sustaining in their future course
A remodeling is timely considering
irrigation needs. The recent increase in
the age of our golf course. We can
water tariffs of up to 30% by July next
deploy new technology that includes
year drives home this point.
an intelligent sprinkler system to
RENEWAL OF THE LAND LEASE
calibrate water usage per ground
Since its construction in 1992, our golf course has been around for 25
To mitigate these, the Management
moisture levels; carry out wall-to-
years. Members are proud of our
Committee (MC) appointed a Golf
wall carpeting of the golf course with
excellent course with its challenging
Zoysia Matrella to enhance golfers’
which I head with Captain Ismail Taha,
great reviews. As part of the land lease
the Chairman of the Development &
and labour intensive maintenance
renewal however, the Singapore Land
Projects Sub-Committee Tan Chee
works; and replace our drainage and
Authority (SLA) has stipulated that we
Kiang, and members like Alvin Khoo,
irrigation systems which are breaking
provide public access along the entire
Lau Kim Lok, Wong Ah Chai and
down. To answer PUB’s call for water
edge of the reservoir via a walking trail
Kim Baldwin. We consulted several
or board walk. This is part of a national
golf course architects who assured
conduct a water balance study and
Room will receive a makeover to serve
propose solutions beneficial for the
and attract larger scale banquets. This
long haul. Ultimately, we aim for our
will enhance our position as an events
Your Management Committee needs
course to last to 2040 and maintain
venue and bring in better banqueting
your support to see these changes
our position as one of the top courses
through. We need you to empower
in Singapore where golfers delight in memorable golfing experiences.
YOUR SUPPORT IS IMPORTANT
the MC to extend the lease and move A new Sports Bar will facilitate Seletar’s
our development plans forward for
second watering hole. Air-conditioned
the betterment of the Club. I assure
and fitted with large screen TVs,
you that members’ interests remain at
members can soon entertain in cool
the forefront of all decisions made by
Besides golf, our F&B outlets form an
private comfort while enjoying their
the MC, and our aim is to strengthen
integral part of our revenue, especially
favourite drinks and sports games.
the Club’s value and position so it can
FOOD & BEVERAGE (F&B) FACILITIES
serve members well up to 2040. So
patronage at the Terrace and Tavern
A new passengers’ lift will replace the
vote for the future of the Club. Register
saw us making space over the years
current platform/handicap lift. This will
your attendance at the EOGM early so
by extending seats to the lawn, which
enable our aging members easier access
we can cater for sufficient seating and
to the new Sports Bar and facilities on
the second level of the main clubhouse.
banquets at the Seletar Room are
We look forward to welcoming you at
frequently turned down as we are
We are positive that these upgrades
unable to cater due to layout constraints
will enhance the value of the Club.
and the kitchen’s limited capabilities.
More improvements will be rolled out
The lack of technological upgrades
in time so we can deliver memorable
also keep service delivery at a slow
experiences beyond 2021. To enable
PHUA HUA SENG
pace as operational functions cannot
members to enjoy these benefits and
be automated, making us heavily staff
maximize the returns on our investment
reliant despite facing a huge manpower
earlier, we are pushing to start upgrading
works as soon as our finances allow.
A renovation will allow the Terrace, Tavern and Seletar Room to enjoy enlarged seating capacities; improved efficiency
of the kitchen and servery; bigger contemporary kitchens with up-to-date equipment capable of serving larger scale banquets; upgraded Point of Sales (POS) that integrate seamlessly with our financial systems; and technologically enhanced ordering with handheld smart devices to shorten waiting times and improve service delivery. The Tavern will
The Public Utilities Board (PUB) has also mandated golf courses to be self-sustaining in their future course irrigation needs. The recent increase in water tariffs of up to 30% by July next year drives home this point.
see a better stage with enhanced sound system for our live bands. The Seletar
TAP-AND-GO: PAYMENT IN A FLASH Unnecessary hold ups and hassles during payment are now things of the past with the introduction of contactless payment. Fast efficient and safe, going cashless at the Club just became a whole lot easier with just a simple wave of your card or mobile device. How do I know if my card is contactless? First, check if you have this symbol
on the front
or back of your card. If yes, you can proceed with contactless payment. Future improvements In order to enhance service delivery and member ||
satisfaction at our dining outlets, Management will also
Cardholders need to simply tap their contactless enabled cards on the card reader.
streamline administrative procedures and functions to improve operational efficiency and reduce waiting times. In future, our Point-of-Sales (POS) systems will be integrated with the kitchen and finance systems so staff can take orders via smart handheld devices and have them routed immediately to the kitchen for preparation and POS for billing. This would eliminate the need for manual entry, reduce billing errors, improve waiting and preparation times, and prevent delays due to missed or ||
For mobile phone users with Apple Pay/ Android Pay/Samsung Pay, simply hover your phone near the card terminal for your payment to be verified.
erroneous orders. Besides contactless payments, the usual credit and debit card payment methods are still available.
At these locations:
• Main Clubhouse Reception • Golf Reception
• Seletar Terrace • Seletar Tavern
• Seletar Room • KTV Room
• Eagle’s View • Bowling Centre
EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING 2017 Members are cordially invited to an Extraordinary General Meeting (EOGM) which will be held on the Seletar Room.
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Members are reminded to bring their
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Available at Main Clubhouse Lobby, Golf Reception, Reading Room, Seletar Terrace, Sports Complex & Bowling Centre.
MONDAY, 3 APRIL 2017 at 6PM at
FOR THE OCCASION Whether we’re out on the golf course or relaxing with our buddies at the Terrace, we still want to look our best! Dressing right for the occasion is an important way to observe social etiquette and our club’s social mores. The club’s dress code, as featured in the General Byelaws, exists as a guideline to help us achieve this. After all when we look good, we feel good too! When in doubt, golfing and smart casual attire are the best options for locations such as the Terrace and Tavern. Shorts, sleeveless T-shirts and slippers are a most definite no-no! The dress code can also be found on the club’s website.
DRESS CODE PREMISES
Seletar Terrace / Tavern
Golfing Attire / Smart Casual
• Shorts, sleeveless T-shirts, singlets and swimwear
Iora I & II / Reading Room / Eagle’s View / Seletar Room / Snooker / Billiard Room / Jackpot Room / Mahjong Room / Theatrette
• Shorts, sleeveless T-shirts, singlets, swimwear and slippers
Tights, shorts, leotards, T-shirts, tank tops & sports shoes
• Other than required attire
Tennis Courts / Table Tennis
Non-marking shoes, shorts, track pants and T-shirts
• Other than required attire
Smart Casual with bowling shoes and socks
• Shorts, sleeveless T-shirts, singlets, slippers and non-bowling shoes
To request your copy of the dress code, drop an email to email@example.com.
IN MEMORY ~ UNCLE LIM YEW SENG Yew Seng was 82 when he passed away
genuine concern for their wellbeing,
on 28 February this year.
his sincere grandfatherly smiles and sweet treats. Just recently, a member
More affectionately known as “Uncle
wrote in to commend the excellent
Lim”, Yew Seng joined the Seletar family
service provided by our Jackpot staff,
as Jackpot Assistant in February 2013.
citing cheery Uncle Lim as one who
His sincere affable personality warmed
is helpful, polite and never failing to
Country Club extend our deepest
the hearts of members, particularly
render his service. His presence will
condolences to the family of the late
regulars of the Jackpot Room. Members
be sorely missed by members and
Lim Yew Seng on his recent demise.
and staff would remember Uncle Lim’s
staff of the Club.
OUR SERVICE STARS
CONGRATULATIONS TEAM SELETAR! COMPLIMENTS FOR A JOB WELL DONE!
POOLSIDE HERO I cannot help but take notice of Magendren because he stands out as an exemplary employee who not only carries out his service with a smile, but has great engagement in his job. I see that he conducts his tasks with genuine enthusiasm, passion and interest in carrying out what is expected. It really lifts my spirit and makes my day to know that Seletar Country Club has recruited, in my opinion, such a prized employee. – Grace Quek
WINNING SMILES Ah Seng, Vivien and Alice are always helpful, polite and never fail to render good service. It’s always a pleasure to visit the Jackpot Room to see the beaming faces of the staff who are a definite asset to the club! – Henry Kiong
DELICIOUS FOOD, DELIGHTFUL STAFF
CARING HANDS I am so pleased with Mery’s lovely massage. She was also kind and gentle and was able to do the massage according to my needs. – Mrs Nelson
I am pleased to say that the quality of food has improved vastly. It’s now a pleasure to eat here with the tremendous service from the staff! – Tai Lai Kwan
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Boogie all night long...
SELETAR: COUNTDOWN TO 2017
Seletarians young and old welcomed in the New Year at Seletarâ€™s first ever Party Olympics. Decked in their party best, members put on their fanciest moves on the dance floor at the Seletar Room. DJ Navin and MC Laurence Wong who were the hosts for the evening entertained the high energy crowd with games, lucky draw prize giveaways and pub music. At the entrance, our party sportsmen and women gamely goofed around as they posed for pictures at the photo booth with zany coloured afro wigs and an assortment of props. ||
Our Olympic Papparazi!
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To celebrate the countdown to 2017, The iconic balloon drop – in Olympic colours!
the party then migrated to the club’s lobby which was transformed into a dance arena that could easily rival the best dance parties around. In a show of impressive stamina, our party olympians kept up their high octane energy levels as they danced and shimmied the night away. Finally, the highly anticipated moment came and the crowd celebrated with a resounding cheer of “Happy New Year”. Well wishes were exchanged as our party athletes embraced and shook hands to mark yet another memorable year at Seletar Country Club.
What a way to end the year with a blast!
Showing off his muscles for the Party Olympics!
Olympians do it with mega long straws!
And the temperature heats up...
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Chairman Cheah Kim Teck welcoming guests to the event.
It was a nostalgic night and definitely an
|| Guests signing
on a copy of the book for the Club's library.
event to remember! Monday 9 January saw the Club celebrating as
commemorate the launch of its history and heritage book, aptly titled Seletar Spirit: The Seletar Country Club Story.
jacket, the Seletar Spirit stood proudly as a centrepiece on each table and was
Wrapped in an understated taupe
Ex-Chairman Khoo Teng Chye recounting the start of the heritage book.
immediately pored over as members stepped into the Eagleâ€™s View. Some
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eager members even started collecting personal copies at the hallway when they registered, standing around in clusters mulling and laughing over memories captured in black and white photographs that peppered the book. The event was also attended by awardwinning writer and the book’s author KC Vijayan, Chairman of Sport SG Richard Seow, Chairman of Laguna National Golf and Country Club Peter Kwee, the Club’s first Asian Captain Joe Goh, former SBGC manager Lim Chin Aik – who travelled all the way from his home in Malaysia for the event – and pioneer stalwarts on the Management Committee such as Ong Teong Wan, Yap Ser Chuan and more. All who came ||
were presented with a chance to capture
Guests from the Seletar Hills Estate Residents Association (SHERA)
new memories with digital selfies, thus continuing the Seletar Country Club story. The books were also collected by the Singapore Sports Library, who will be sharing them with the community. We take this opportunity to thank all who have contributed with their stories and photographs. Members who
personal copies may drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to set a collection date.
From L to R: Sport SG Chairman Richard Seow, ex-Chairman Khoo Teng Chye, Chairman Cheah Kim Teck, Dr John Tan, K C Vijayan and Vice Chairman Bobby Eng.
|| Getting a first look...
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RINGING IN PROSPERITY AT SELETAR!
|| All smiles and raring to go!
The Seletar golf course was dotted with festive red on Saturday 4 February as members celebrated the Year of the Rooster with a Hong Bao golf game. After a whole day of fun on the course, members then headed to the Seletar Room for dinner to party the night away. The evening began with a grand entrance from the God of Fortune himself, escorted by our Golf Captains. Then it was time for Yu Sheng toss and several toasts of Yam Sengs followed by a game of Don’t Forget the Lyrics and
got into the full spirit of things as he crooned Hokkien and Cantonese hits to everyone’s amazement! All in all, it was a memorable evening filled with merriment for the Seletar family. Here’s to a prosperous year ahead! Huat Ah! ||
Cai Shen Dao! Quick, let's take a photo for good luck!
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Here’s to a prosperous and bountiful year ahead!
I’m a little teapot… oops! Or am I a tree? Nevermind, just dance around me!
|| Woohoo! WE WON GUYS!!!
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Gong Xi Fa Cai!
WELCOMING IN THE YEAR OF THE ROOSTER It was a day of joyous celebration
just one but 8 vibrant coloured lions
as Seletarians young and old came
in total! With a clack of the ironwood
together to usher in the year of the Fire
drumsticks, the troupe amazed the
Rooster. Families gathered in the clubâ€™s
crowd with their acrobatic stunts and
main lobby to witness the traditional lion
leaps. Members were also treated to
dance performance and plucking of the
special appearances by the God of
green or Cai Qing.
Fortune and a friendly Rooster who posed and preened for pictures with
Their anticipation was paid off when
the lion troupe finally arrived with not
Who could resist taking photos with the cute Rooster mascot?
Up close and personal with the lion.
Thrilling the crowd at Seletar Terrace.
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|| One big happy family!
HONG BAO BOWL 2017 The bowling fraternity at Seletar was out to strike both luck and fortune at the Hong Bao Bowl 2017. Probably one of the most anticipated games on ||
the bowling calendar, the bowlers were all set to win big! The wager was simple: Score as many points as possible to win hong baos. The catch? Their scores had to end with the number 8! ||
The day started off with the traditional tossing of the yu sheng and a hearty lunch. Then, the games began! Needless to say, everyone had a wonderful time and the day ended on a high note as the
From L to R: Alvin Khoo and Bowling Convenor Lily Lim enjoying their New Yearâ€™s lunch with our lovely lady bowlers.
bowlers went home with full pockets and smiles on their faces. May the Year of the Rooster bring happiness and prosperity to all!
Huat Ah! Tossing the yu sheng for good luck and prosperity.
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MEDAL OF MEDALS
Hoping for that Hole-in-One...
It was an exciting day of golf as the very
prize bagged home a dapper Titelist
best met out on the golf course at the
annual Medal of Medals Tournament. Soon after it was time for the much
sun and gave it their all to compete for
anticipated award giving ceremony.
both title and glory. After months of
Whoops and applause abound as the
practice and preparation, it was finally
names of the lucky winners were called
time to shine!
out. All in all it was a day of big wins for everybody who came together to
As the tournament came to a close,
celebrate friendship and camaraderie
the golfers made their way back to the
with their fellow golfers!
The golfers braved the blazing afternoon
Men's Winner Chong Kam Tuck and Ladies' Winner Carol Chen receiving their well deserved trophies from Captain Ismail Taha.
changing rooms to freshen up and get dressed for the celebratory dinner at the Eagle’s View. Dinner started off with a short thank you to the sponsors and participants in attendance. And finally…. the feast began! Of course, the evening would not have been complete without everybody’s favourite lucky draw! Prizes included golf balls and snazzy looking golf caps and gloves while the winner of the top
Medal winners 2016
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SELETAR VS KINABALU INTER-CLUB FRIENDLY
Thumbs up to a great day of golf and great food!
Seletarians had a ball of a time with our friends from The Kinabalu Golf Club earlier this January. In the friendly five flight match, our players engaged in a light hearted game of golf in ||
the sultry afternoon heat. After the game was wrapped, our friends indulged in an enticing lunch hosted at the Tavern. Thanks to our reciprocal agreement, Seletarians can also enjoy their weekday and weekend golf games at The Kinabalu Golf Club â€“ just call the Golf Reception for booking information!
Great job, Seletar!
Our dapper brothers looking great in red!
The Latest &
Find out the latest updates in the Seletar golf scene!
PALM SPRINGS RECIPROCAL CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT Delight in a challenging 18-hole golf game amidst the backdrop of a picturesque sea view at the popular Palm Springs Golf & Country Club in Batam. With our new reciprocal agreement, Seletarians can now enjoy complimentary green fee for weekday, Saturday afternoon, Sunday and Public Holiday golf games at Palm Springs Golf & Country Club. To make a booking, simply drop an email to email@example.com. *Excludes buggy fee and ferry arrangement. Weekend slots subject to availability.
CARING FOR OUR GOLF COURSE Recently, several golfers have been observed pulling their trolleys through the turf areas at Holes 11 and 18. Members are strongly reminded not to do this as it causes damage to the surrounding turf. Golfers are therefore kindly advised to adhere to the signages indicating no pulling of trolleys placed at respective locations. Maintaining the surroundings of the course during and after a game makes for responsible golfing and is also an important aspect of club life. By doing so, we not only preserve the life of our turf but we can also help to prolong its pristine beauty and playability. Damaged Turf Let’s remember to golf responsibly by practicing our 4R’s: • Rake Bunkers
• Repair Ballmarks
• Repair Divots
• Refrain from Littering
SCOREBOARD FEB MONTHLY MEDAL
JAN MONTHLY MEDAL
FORMAT OF PLAY: STROKEPLAY
FORMAT OF PLAY: STROKEPLAY
Men’s ‘A’ Division Winner Raymond Foo Siak Tiang Runner-Up John Yong Tai Kiong
77 Gross 70 Nett
Men’s ‘A’ Division Winner Runner-Up
Benny Tjaja Kelvin Cheh Heng Nam
80 Gross 71 Nett OCB
Men’s ‘B’ Division Winner Edmund Yong Soon Cheong 67 Nett OCB Runner-Up Lim Teng Say 67 Nett
Men’s ‘B’ Division Winner Runner-Up
Liew Kah Leong Michael Tan Meng Sai
68 Nett OCB 68 Nett
Men’s ‘C’ Division Winner Ng Wee Kang Don Runner-Up Jason Sie Soon Kian
62 Nett 65 Nett
Men’s ‘C’ Division Winner Runner-Up
Goh Lee Howe Michael Gerard Nathan
64 Nett 71 Nett OCB
Men’s ‘D’ Division Winner U Yin Htwe Runner-Up Lui Wai Yuen
69 Nett OCB 69 Nett OCB
Men’s ‘D’ Division Winner Runner-Up
Cheng See Tau 65 Nett Cheong Hock Soon Andy 68 Nett
Ladies’ ‘A’ Division Winner Nina Um Sung Kyung Runner-Up Liew Mee Peng
66 Nett 71 Nett OCB
Ladies’ ‘A’ Division Winner Zhang Shao Yan Runner-Up Jessie Hong Yin Wei
69 Nett 72 Nett
Ladies’ ‘B’ Division Winner Cecilia Goh Say Yan Runner-Up Grace Foo Yang Lin
68 Nett 69 Nett
Ladies’ ‘B’ Division Winner You Lan Eng Runner-Up Cindy Tay Soon Eng
70 Nett 72 Nett OCB
1. LUM MEI KUIN 2 Nov 2016 Hole 14, 136m Ian Baker-Finch Woodlands Course 2. SOON BOON CHIN 8 Nov 2016 Hole 9, 142m Mission Hills Golf Club, Shenzhen 3. JOYCE LAM SOO LI 1 Jan 2017 Hole 13, 108m Seletar Country Club
5. KELVIN CHEH HENG NAM 11 Feb 2017 Hole 2, 163m Seletar Country Club 6. CHAI MUI KIM 17 Feb 2017 Hole 4, 120m Tanjong Puteri Golf Resort Plantation Course 7. DIANE KOH HWEE PING 26 Feb 2017 Hole 2, 130m Seletar Country Club
4. TOH YOU KHENG 29 Jan 2017 Hole 6, 147m Seletar Country Club
SWIMMING SAT, 8 APR 2017 •
1.30 to 6.00pm
Child Fee : Race Participants $25* (M) $30* (G) Easter Carnival Only $20 (M) $25 (G) (M) – Member Price (G) – Guest Price * Includes fee for first race and entry to Easter carnival. Any subsequent race will be charged at $6 (M) and $8 (G) per race.
Book your tickets now! Registration forms are available at Main Reception and Poolside Counter. For booking / enquiries, please call 6484 0874 or email firstname.lastname@example.org SELETAR BUZZ 20 MAR/APR 2017
G CARNIVAL S P O R T S CO M P L E X Gear up for a friendly competition and have a splashing good time at our annual kidsâ€™ swim meet! Whatâ€™s more, we have also included Daddy and Mummy in the fun with a special family telematch. In celebration of Easter, there will also be carnival games, foam party, Easter egg hunt and many more. Be sure to pop by with your family for an egg-cellent day out!
Door Gift Light Refreshments Foam Party Carnival Games Mystery Performance Easter Egg Painting Easter Egg Hunt Lucky Draw
All images for illustration only. All information correct as of time of print. Programme subject to changes without prior notice. SELETAR BUZZ
OUR NATURAL LANDSCAPES When one sets foot onto the grounds ||
of Seletar Country Club, the disarming rustic charm of its natural surroundings are bound to make a lasting impression on any visitor. Seletarâ€™s diverse ecosystem of flora and fauna sets it apart as a golf course unlike any other in Singapore. To date, Seletar Country Club is home to over a 100 different species of bird and wildlife as well as 378 plant species. This was all thanks to the vision and planning of Seletar Country Clubâ€™s forerunners who
and the neighbouring Lower Seletar
sought to preserve the rustic charm
Reservoir. To do that, his team set out
of the old Seletar Base and blend it
by planning a series of developments on
harmoniously with the rich surrounds of
the golf course to create a new habitat
the Lower Seletar Reservoir.
for the local wildlife and wetlands. Part of these developments include the bird
A RENDEZVOUS WITH NATURE
sanctuaries on the 13th and 14th holes which have provided a home for both was
local and migratory birds to feed, roost
handed the task to head upgrading
and breed since 2000. Pitman and his
works, he knew that the golf course had
team most definitely succeeded in their
to reflect a marriage of practicality which
mission because today, natural wildlife
has become part and parcel of the
An unusual guest found near the Men's Golf Changing Room! This civet cat was picked up by AVA to be handed over to the zoo.
golfing experience here at Seletar. Often, golfers may even have their own close encounters with the wild in the form of the Pacific Swallow criss crossing the grounds for insects or the birdcall greetings of the Yellow Wattlebirds in the wee hours of the morning. Besides our fine feathered friends, Seletar Country Club is also home to a thriving variety of natural wildlife which includes mammals, amphibians, insects and even reptiles. So don’t be surprised if on a fine day you find yourself having to hit your golf ball on the back of an intrepid monitor lizard! Of course, one would be remiss to not mention the Butterfly Garden. Started in 2013 by fellow club member Foo Jit
Secondary School and East Coast Town
Leang, the Butterfly Garden has attracted
Council to set up butterfly gardens. For
their efforts, Seletar Country Club was
of butterflies, such as the Leopard
awarded several accolades by Nparks
Lacewing and Palm Bob. Jit Leang who
which include the Gold Community
spearheads the club’s Nature Group
in Bloom Award in 2014, the Platinum
has also worked closely with schools
Community in Bloom Award 2016 and
in the community such as Raffles Girls
the Environmental & Biodiversity Award
in 2016. The rustic ambience of the golf course
(Audubon Creative Sanctuary Program)
is also another unique quality and
for Golf in 2015 and recognised as
distinguishing feature which continues
to draw many fans to the Club. As one
Sanctuary in 2016. To date, the Club
of the oldest golf and country clubs
remains the second and only other club
in Singapore, it is home to a grove
in Singapore to have been awarded this
of century old Banyan Trees nestled
between holes 9 and 18. The 18 wooden bridges which connect the fairways
Truly, Seletarians should all rejoice
and greens rattle as you drive across,
reigniting memories of kampung days
rich biodiversity and unique natural
and simpler times.
landscape that make Seletar Country
Club so special. BREAKING THE GREEN CEILING For the Club’s efforts in conserving the natural environment and protecting its biodiversity, it was awarded the ACSP
Photo credit: Patrick KH Lim
PHOTO SHOWCASE Through the years, we’ve received some beautiful images shared by our very own Seletarians, some of which are now proudly displayed in our corridors and hallways. These arresting visuals of wildlife and natural landscapes have managed to beautifully capture the rustic spirit of our Club. Here’s a selection of some of our top favourites!
GUARDIANS OF THE GREENS
In our last issue we spoke to the
patches of green are re-turfed. Watering
industrious team of mechanics who
and drainage are carefully monitored as
worked behind the scenes to keep
well as too much or too little water may
the various machinery and apparatus
lead to weed growth.
Wahid and his team of strong men.
in tip-top condition. In this issue, we shine the spotlight on Assistant Course
These are just a few tasks on the never
Superintendent Abdul Wahid Tugiman
ending list that Wahid and his crew have
and his reliable maintenance crew who
to stay on top of to keep the course
keep the golf course in excellent playing
looking pristine and a joy to play in for
With over 84 hectares of land to manage,
KEEPING THE BALANCE
Wahid and his team certainly have their One of the many challenges for Wahid
work tirelessly from the early hours of
and his men is striking the balance
the morning till the late afternoon to
between maintaining the beauty of the
ensure that the daily operations are kept
course while still protecting the natural
so, they must take great care in ensuring
at optimum levels.
that all applications are well-controlled
wildlife, as well as the neighbouring As expected, Mondays and Tuesdays are
work cut out for them. Together, they
Youngest member of the team, Dongdong trimming sprinkler heads.
to protect the waterways.
Seletar Reservoir. VITAL PLAYERS
the two busiest days of the week for the team. That is when most of the major
Wahid has the critical role of deciding
maintenance work takes place. These
the ideal time to apply treatment in
Undeniably it can be agreed that
would include aerating the compact
the most effective and environmentally
the maintenance teamâ€™s role is vital
soil on the turf and sand in the bunkers,
sound manner. Once that is done,
to keeping the grounds healthy and
among others. On other days it will be the
members of the team are then sent on
in playable condition. Luckily it is a
usual routine of ensuring that bunkers
their way with applicators in hand to
responsibility that Wahid gladly shares
are raked, ball marks are repaired and
treat selected turf and trees. In doing
with his reliable team.
SPOTLIGHT “I feel really fortunate to work with a team of hardworking individuals who always deliver their best. It’s a breeze to work alongside them every day!” With all the work that needs to be done, meticulousness and attention to detail are two important traits required for anyone who wishes to be a part of the team. Just ask Rifa'eh bin Ahmad, the 62 year old Greenskeeper who has worked at the Club for over two decades. “With my job, I have to ensure that grass levels on the green, fairway and semi||
rough are kept at just the right height so that golf balls can roll smoothly and land
Tey Boon Soy raking the sand bunkers.
where they have to. It is quite an intricate process but I really do enjoy it. Working amongst the greenery relaxes me.” “In the beginning I had a lot of problems WHAT DRIVES THEM
with the language barrier, but my team mates were always willing to step in and
With the list of backbreaking tasks that
translate for me. For that, I will always be
need to be done, one might ask what it
is that drives the 27 men crew to come GREAT COURSE, HAPPY GOLFERS
That could probably be answered in the
One thing is for certain, any frequent
supportive and family like environment
observer can agree that the maintenance
that exists within the team. It’s for this
crew take great pride in their work.
reason that Greenskeeper, Robert Bin
The positive feedback received from
Golontuh, the 45 year Sabah native has enjoyed working at the Club for the past 8 years.
to work every day.
Star of the team, Greenskeeper Poh Hock Wah applying top dressing on to the turf. Mr Poh recently won the Longest Serving Staff award for his 45 years of service.
golfers on the pristine beauty and well
Greenskeeper, Rifa'eh bin Ahmad with one of the many mid-duty utility vehicles also known as a “Workman”.
maintained course is testament to their efforts and these spur Wahid and his team to do better each time. “The biggest pay off for me is when our own golfers and visiting golfers from other clubs return for a game and tell me that the course just keeps getting better. That’s how I know I have a great team on my hands who are getting the job done.”
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March into a month of Delectable Delights MARCH WEEKDAY SPECIALS
MONDAYS • English Oxtail Stew • Fu Zhou Fried Rice with Braised Pork Belly
WEDNESDAYS • Ampang Yong Tau Foo with Noodle • Coffee Pork Ribs with Fragrant Rice
TUESDAYS • Heng Hua Seafood Thick Rice Vermicelli • Chicken Teriyaki with Rice * Member Price. Public Price $11.50. Photos are for illustration only. Promotion subject to change without prior notice. Information correct as at time of printing. SELETAR BUZZ
Duck Wings with Tau Pok 3 – 5 March $15.80 (M) / $18.80 (P)
Hainanese Oxtail Stew 10- 12 March $27.80 (M) / $33.80 (P)
THURSDAYS • Hainanese Lamb Stew with Fragrant Rice • Thai Seafood Glass Noodle
Fried Pork Leg Bee Hoon
17 – 19 March $16.80 (M) / $20.80 (P)
• Seafood Ban Mee • Mixed Pork and Preserved Vegetable Soup with Fragrant Rice Tea-Smoked Duck (1/2) 24 – 26 March $23.80 (M) / $28.80 (P)
BBQ Sambal Stingray 31 March – 2 April $15.80 (M) / $18.80 (P)
(M) Member Price / (P) Public Price. Photos are for illustration only. Promotion subject to change without prior notice. Information as at time of printing. 29 correct MAR/APR 2017
APRIL DON’T BE A FOOL TO MISS OUT ON THESE YUMMY DEALS!
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TUESDAYS • German Chicken Schnitzel with Sauerkraut • Hainanese Mixed Pork Curry
MONDAYS • Ipoh Chicken Hor Fun • Pork Stroganoff with Pilaf Rice
WEDNESDAYS • Teo Chew Claypot Pork Ribs Soup with Fragrant Rice • Pork Belly Shang Mee
* Member Price. Public Price $11.50. Photos are for illustration only. Promotion subject to change without prior notice. Information correct as at time of printing.
SPECIALS Sesame Ginger Chicken 7 – 9 April $15.80 (M) / $18.80 (P)
THURSDAYS • Ikan Penyet with Fragrant Rice • Italian Marsala Pork Spaghetti
Curry Fish Head 14 – 16 April $27.80 (M) / $29.80 (P)
Babi Kunyit Nyonya Style 21 – 23 April $16.80 (M) / $19.80 (P)
Ampang Yong Tau Foo
FRIDAYS • Jagerschnitzel with Bacon Mushroom Sauce • Salmon and Konbu Soup with Japanese Rice
28 – 30 April $15.80 (M) / $18.80 (P)
(M) Member Price / (P) Public Price. Photos are for illustration only. Promotion subject to change without prior notice. Information at time of printing. 31 correct MAR/APRas 2017
EXCLUSIVE MARCH/APRIL PROMOTION
GLENFIDDICH 12 YEARS 1 bottle: $118 (M) / $148 (P) 2 bottles: $208 (M) / $238 (P)
AUCHENTOSHAN 12 YEARS 1 bottle : $128 (M) / $148 (P) 2 bottles : $228 (M) / $248 (P)
ABERLOUR 12 YEARS 1 bottle : $138 (M) / $158 (P) 2 bottles :
HIGHLAND PARK DARK ORIGINS 12 YEARS
$238 (M) / $258 (P)
1 bottle : $148 (M) / $168 (P) 2 bottles : $268 (M) / $288 (P)
(M) Member Price (P) Public Price. *While stocks last.
Only $3 for ½ Pint!
PROMOTION ½ Pint : $3 (M) / $5 (P) 1 Pint : $6 (M) / $8 (P) 1 Jug : $18 (M) / $20 (P) 1 bottle : $5 (M) / $7 (P)
Guinness Draught PROMOTION
le Availabch for Mar! only
$6.80 /can (M) $8.80 / can (P)
All prices are nett and inclusive of prevailing GST. Not valid for use with other F&B promotions, discounts, vouchers, banquets or private functions. Management reserves the right to change the terms and conditions of this promotion without prior notice. Management’s decision in the event of any dispute is final. Information correct at time of print. All images for illustration only.
Your Happily Ever After Starts Here With stunning natural landscapes and gorgeous indoor settings, Seletar Country Club stands apart as the iconic venue for your dream wedding. From intimate garden solemnizations, exquisite thematic weddings to playful poolside receptions, almost anything is possible with our extensive range of facilities designed to cater to almost every budget and desire. Let our wedding specialists assist you in making your dream wedding come true.
For bookings and enquiries, please call 6486 0872 / 879 or email email@example.com
MAKING BUSINESS A PLEASURE Whether you are looking for a venue for a corporate meeting, staff retreat or a business summit, Seletar Country Club is the ideal choice for your next corporate function. From set-up, catering to team building activities, our experienced personnel will be there to help your guests feel more than welcome!
HALF DAY SEMINAR $47.00++ PER PERSON (inclusive of 1 coffee break w/ 3 snack items)
$55.00++ PER PERSON (inclusive of 1 coffee break w/ 3 snack items + 1 buffet lunch)
FULL DAY SEMINAR $58.00++ PER PERSON (inclusive of 2 coffee breaks w/ 3 snacks items)
$67.00++ PER PERSON (inclusive of 2 coffee breaks w/ 3 snack items + 1 buffet lunch)
For bookings and enquiries, please call 6486 0872 / 879 or email firstname.lastname@example.org SELETAR BUZZ
CLAYPOT FEAST! Delight in a variety of steaming claypot specials! Get your claypot fix today!
MARCH & APRIL PROMOTION
Claypot Chicken Rice with Waxed Meats $22 (M) $24 (P)
Claypot Duck with Fermented Red Bean Curd $18 (M) $20 (P)
Claypot Mixed Pork Stew $18 (M) $20 (P)
Claypot Leather Jacket with Ginger, Scallion and Black Beans $18 (M) $20 (P)
Claypot Red Glutinous Rice Wine Chicken $18 (M) $20 (P)
For bookings and enquiries, call Seletar Terrace at 6486 0825. (M) Member Price (P) Public Price. Photos are for illustration only. Promotion subject to change without prior notice. Information correct as at time of printing.
A Night to Remember
Celebrate your company milestones with a specially designed package that caters to your needs, complemented by our exceptional service and delectable cuisine.
INTERNATIONAL BUFFET DINNER $62++ per pax
8-COURSE CHINESE BANQUET DINNER $670++ per table (10 pax)
Impress your colleagues and staff with an unforgettable celebration at Seletar.
For bookings and enquiries, please call 6486 0872 / 879 or email email@example.com Prices subject to service charge (for non-members) and prevailing taxes. Photos used for illustration purposes only. SELETAR BUZZ 36 MAR/APR 2017
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B WLING Grab a partner and bowl! Test out your skills at this fun bowl tournament and stand a chance to win attractive prizes! For details or to register, please contact Seletar Bowl at 6486 0853 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Programme subject to change without prior notice.
Learn to Sail @ Seletar (Optimist Basic Sailing Course) Dates :
Every Sat & Sun, 11 – 26 Mar (6 sessions)
Time : Either 9.30am – 12.30pm or 2.30pm – 5.30pm Location : Seletar Water Sports Center Fee : $215.00 (Member) $260.00 (Guest) $300.00 (Public) Suitable for : • Children 7 – 12 years of age • Able to swim at least 50m with personal floatation device.
Learn to Sail @ Seletar (Bytes Basic Sailing Course) Date :
Every Sat & Sun, 11 – 26 Mar (6 sessions)
Time : Either 9.30am – 12.30pm or 2.30pm – 5.30pm Location : Seletar Water Sports Center Fee : $265.00 (Member) $320.00 (Guest) $365.00 (Public) Suitable for : • Children 12 years and older • Able to swim at least 50m with personal floatation device.
Sign up for a soaking good time! To register, please call 6486 0874 or email email@example.com
EVENTS Golf SELETAR MERCEDES-BENZ MARCH MONTHLY MEDAL (IN CONJUNCTION WITH MERCEDES TROPHY 2017) Date : Sun, 12 Mar Time : AM/PM (Men / Ladies / Junior) Format of Play : Stableford Fee : $37.25 (inclusive Entry, Buggy & GST) Booking : Fri, 24 Feb (online @ 9am) Closing Date : Fri, 10 Mar INTER-CLUB FRIENDLY: SEL VS OCC (AWAY) Date : Sun, 16 Apr Time : PM Shotgun Format of Play : 4BBB Fee : $37.45 (inclusive Entry & GST) Booking : Sun, 16 Mar Closing Date : Fri, 31 Mar *$50 penalty applicable for any cancellations without replacment after closing date. CHAIRMAN'S TROPHY Date : Sat, 6 May Time : PM Shotgun Format of Play : Stableford (Individual) Fee : $96.30 (inclusive Entry, Buggy, Lunch, Coupon & GST) Booking : Thu, 6 Apr (Golf Reception) Closing Date : Fri, 28 Apr *$50 penalty applicable for any cancellations without replacment after closing date. LADIES APRIL MONTHY MEDAL Date : Sun, 2 Apr Time : AM Format of Play : Stroke Play Fee : $37.45 (inclusive Entry, Buggy & GST) Booking : Thu, 2 Mar (Golf Reception) Closing Date : Fri, 24 Mar *$50 penalty applicable for any cancellations without replacment after closing date.
SELETAR MERCEDES-BENZ APRIL MONTHLY MEDAL Date : Sat, 8 Apr Time : AM / PM (Men) Format of Play : Stroke Play Fee : $37.45 (inclusive Entry, Buggy & GST) Booking : Booking Fri, 24 Mar (online @ 9am) Closing Date : Thu, 6 Apr INTER-CLUB FRIENDLY: SEL VS CGC (HOME) Date : Sun, 16 Apr Time : PM Timesheet Format of Play : 4BBB (Stableford) Fee : $64.20 (inclusive Entry, Buggy, Lunch, Dinner & GST) Booking : Thu 16 Mar Closing Date : Fri, 7 Apr *$50 penalty applicable for any cancellations without replacment after closing date. CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP OPEN MATCH PLAY - ROUND 1,2, 3 & FINAL ROUND Date : Sat 22 Apr, Sun 23 Apr, Sat 29 Apr, Sun 30 Apr Time : PM Timesheet Format of Play : Match Play Fee : $12.84 (inclusive Entry & GST) Booking : Sat 15 Apr, Sat 22 Apr, Sat 29 Apr, Sun 30 Apr Closing Date : Qualifying Round on April Medal (8 April)
Sports WATER SPORTS SELETAR FUN SAILING Date : Sat, 4 Mar Time : 2pm - 4pm Venue : Seletar Water Sports Centre Fee : $10 (M) / $12 (G) / $15 (P) / $7 Child below 12 years old Pax : Minimum 8 pax to commence Open to : 7 – 12 years Closing Date : Wed, 1 Mar
Event programme and information correct at time of print and subject to changes withoit prior notice. (M) – Member Price, (SM) – Social Member Price, (G) – Guest Price, (P) – Public Price
LEARN TO SAIL COURSE @ SELETAR (OPTIMIST BASIC SAILING COURSE) Date : Every Sat & Sun 11 - 26 Mar onwards (6 sessions) Time : 9.30am – 12.30pm or 2.30pm – 5.30pm Venue : Seletar Water Sports Centre Fee : $215 (M) / $260 (G) / $300 (P) Open to : 7-12 years. Able to swim at least 50m with personal floatation device Closing Date : Sat, 4 Mar LEARN TO SAIL COURSE @ SELETAR (BYTES BASIC SAILING COURSE) Date : Every Sat & Sun, 11 - 26 Mar (6 sessions) Time : 9.30am - 12.30pm or 2.30pm - 5.30pm Venue : Seletar Water Sports Centre Fee : $265 (M), $320 (G), $365 (P) Open to : Children 12 years and older. Able to swim at least 50m with personal floatation device. Closing Date : Sat, 4 Mar SUNSET KAYAKING Date : Sat, 11 & 18 Mar Time : 4.30pm – 6.30pm Venue : Seletar Water Sports Centre Fee : $10 (M) / $15 (G) / $25 (P) Closing Date : Sat, 4 Mar EASTER SWIMMING CARNIVAL Date : Sat, 8 Apr Time : 2.30pm - 5pm Venue : Sports Complex
BOWLING MIXED DOUBLES FUN BOWLING Date : Sun, 2 Apr Time : 9.30am Venue : Seletar Bowl Fee : $21.40 Closing Date : Wed, 29 Mar
ONGOING ACTIVITIES Sports BOWLING YOUTH TRAINING Sun, 10am – 12pm Sports Complex, Bowling Centre
Wine & Dine
BOWLING ADULT TRAINING Mon, 7pm – 10pm Sports Complex, Bowling Centre
CLAYPOT PROMOTION Date : 1 Mar – 30 Apr Venue : Eagle's View HEINEKEN PROMOTION Available from : 1 Mar - 30 Apr Venue : All outlets Time : Lunch & Dinner
IN-HOUSE BOWLING LEAGUE Wed, 8pm – 10pm Sports Complex, Bowling Centre
GUINNESS DRAUGHT PROMOTION Available from : 1 Mar - 31 Mar Venue : All outlets Time : Lunch & Dinner MARCH & APRIL WHISKY PROMOTION Available from : 1 Mar - 30 Apr (while stocks last) Venue : All outlets Time : Lunch & Dinner
SOCIAL TENNIS Wed, 7pm to 9pm Sun, 6pm to 9pm
GYM PERSONAL TRAINING Your preferred date and time Main Clubhouse, Parakeet Room Sports Complex, Gymnasium
WEEKEND WATER ACTIVITIES Saturdays or Sundays 10am – 12pm Seletar Country Club Water Sports Centre TENNIS LESSONS Sat, 5pm – 9pm Sports Complex, Tennis Courts TENNIS TEAM CLUB TRAINING Sat, 6pm – 8pm Sports Complex, Tennis Courts TENNIS JUNIOR PROGRAMME BEGINNERS Fri, 5pm – 7.30pm Sat, 9am – 10.30am Sat, 10.30am – 12pm Sun, 9am – 10.30am INTERMEDIATE Fri, 5pm – 7.30pm Sat, 9am – 10.30am Sat, 10.30am – 12pm Sun, 9am – 10.30am ADVANCED Sun, 10.30am – 12pm 3 months per stage $90 per month 1.5 hrs per session 4 lessons per month Min. 8 pax to commence
TODDLERS’ SWIM (2-3 YEARS) Sat, 10am – 10:30am Sat, 6pm – 6:30pm Sun, 6pm – 6:30pm
PILATES Alternate Wed and Thurs, 7pm (*dates and timings subject to change)
JUNIOR I SWIMMING (3-4 YEARS) Sat, 9:30am – 10am Sat, 3pm – 3:30pm Sun, 9am – 9:30am
JUNIOR II SWIMMING (4 YEARS & ABOVE) Sat, 3:45pm – 4:30pm Sat, 5:15pm – 6pm Sun, 9:15am – 10am Sun, 9:45am – 10:30am Sun, 10am – 10:30am
FOR INFORMATION ON:
GOLF ACTIVITIES Please call Golf Reception at 6486 0801 / 807 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
INTERMEDIATE SWIMMING (5 YEARS & ABOVE) Sat, 3:30pm – 4:30pm Sun, 10am – 10:45am Sun, 3:30pm – 4:30pm Sun, 5:15pm – 6pm ADVANCED SWIMMING (5 YEARS & ABOVE) Sat, 10am – 11:30am Sat, 4:30pm – 6pm Sun, 9:15am – 10:45am Sun, 4:30pm – 6pm
SPORTS ACTIVITIES Please call Faiz / Khairul Yunos at 6486 0873 / 874 or email email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Please call Rauzi Adawiyah at 6486 0880 or email email@example.com FOOD AND BEVERAGES Please call Seletar Terrace at 6486 0825 * No refund upon class commencement
Event programme and information correct at time of print and subject to changes withoit prior notice. (M) – Member Price, (SM) – Social Member Price, (G) – Guest Price, (P) – Public Price
DIRECTORY CLUB GENERAL OPERATING HOURS 6am – 12mn daily
Enquiries & Feedback Main Clubhouse Reception ☎ 6481 4812 ¹ 9am – 9pm daily Membership ☎ 6486 0882 ¹ 9am – 6pm (Mon to Fri) firstname.lastname@example.org Closed on Weekends and Public Holidays Billing Enquiries ☎ 6486 0884 ¹ 9am – 6pm (Mon to Fri) Closed on Weekends and Public Holidays F&B Enquiries ☎ 6486 0872 / 6486 0879 ¹ 9am – 6pm (Mon to Fri) Closed on Weekends and Public Holidays Feedback ☎ 6486 0886 ¹ 9am – 6pm (Mon to Fri) email@example.com Lost & Found ☎ 6486 0860
Facilities Operating Hours Golf Golf Reception ☎ 6486 0801 / 6486 0807 ¹ 6.45am – 7.30pm daily Fax: 6481 0311 Golfing Office ☎ 6486 0802 / 6486 0805 6486 0806 / 6486 0817 6486 0809 / 6486 0810 Pro Shop - MST Golf ☎ 6481 9500 ¹ 3pm – 8pm (Mon) ¹ 7am – 8pm (Tue to Sun) Driving Range ☎ 6481 9500 ¹ 3pm – 10pm (Mon) ¹ 7am – 10pm (Tue to Sun)
Swimming Pool* ¹ 7am – 9pm daily
Seletar Terrace ☎ 6486 0825 ¹ 7am – 10pm (Mon & Wed to Sun) ¹ 6am – 10pm (Tue) (Last order for food at 9.30 pm) Seletar Tavern ☎ 6486 0822 ¹ 5pm – 10pm (Mon) ¹ 5pm – 11pm (Tue, Wed and Sun) ¹ 5pm – 12mn (Thu to Sat, and Eve of PH) Eagle’s View ☎ 6486 0845 / 6486 0825 ¹ Lunch: 12pm – 3pm (Wed to Sun & PH) (Last order for food at 2.30pm) ¹ Dinner: 6pm – 10pm (Wed to Sun & PH) (Last order for food at 9.30pm) Poolside Cafe ☎ 6486 0870 ¹ 10am – 7pm (Weekends and Public Holidays) (Last order for food at 6.15pm)
Sports & Recreation Sports Office ☎ 6486 0873 / 6486 0874 ¹ 9am – 6pm (Mon to Fri) Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays Social Office ☎ 6486 0880 ¹ 9am – 6pm (Mon to Fri) Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays Sports Complex Reception ☎ 6486 0850 ¹ 7am – 10pm daily Bowling Centre (8 lanes) ☎ 6486 0853 ¹ 12pm – 9.30pm (Mon, Tue & Thu) ¹ 12pm – 10.30pm (wed) ¹ 12pm – 11.30pm (Fri) ¹ 10am – 11.30pm (Sat) ¹ 10am – 9.30pm (Sun) Jackpot ☎ 6486 0840 ¹ 10am – 10pm (Sun to Wed & PH) ¹ 10am – 11.45pm (Thu to Sat and Eve of PH)
Energym* ¹ 7am – 10pm daily Tennis* ☎ 6486 0850 ¹ 8am – 9pm daily Table Tennis* ☎ 6486 0850 ¹ 10am – 9pm daily American Pool* ¹ 10am – 9pm daily Basketball* ¹ 8am – 9pm daily Soothing Strokes Spa* ☎ 6486 0838 / 6481 4812 ¹ 12pm – 8pm (Wed to Sun) M firstname.lastname@example.org Entertainment Room* ¹ 9am – 9pm daily TV Room ¹ 9am – 10pm daily Reading Room ¹ 9am – 10pm daily Mahjong / Cards ☎ 6481 4812 ¹ 9am – 10pm daily Billiards / Snooker ☎ 6481 4812 ¹ 9am – 9pm Iora I - Karaoke Lounge ☎ 6486 0839 (During operation hours) ¹ 7pm – 11pm (Tue to Wed) ¹ 7pm – 12mn (Thu to Sat) ¹ 3pm – 10pm (Sun) Open during PH from 3pm to regular closing time. Closed on Mondays. Iora II - Karaoke Private Room ☎ 6481 4812 ¹ 10am – 11pm (Sun to Thu) ¹ 10am – 12mn (Fri to Sat) Exercise Room ☎ 6486 0850 ¹ 7am – 9pm daily * Please call Sports Complex Reception at 6486 0850 for enquiries.