Review & Betting Tips For The Singapore Classic

Jordan Smith 18/1 © Galvin Green

Jordan Smith 18/1 © Galvin Green

The European Tour now moves to Singapore to resurrect an old tournament the Singapore Classic which was last played on the Asian Tour back in 2012 and won by Australian Scott Hend.

The 310-acre site was originally government land administered by the Singapore Tourist Board. In the early 1990s, businessman Peter Kwee and several other investors stepped in to transform the property into the golfing facility that it is today.

Originally designed in 1993, the course underwent a redesign by Andy Dye in collaboration with Pete and Perry and opened for play in 2010. Billed as “Asia’s Toughest Test,” this stadium course features over two hundred and fifty bunkers, a number of “waste bunker canyons” and “generous greens which often feature three or more tiers”.

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