Playing the championship Cempaka Course demands unwavering focus and precision. Designed by the master golf course architect Hiromasa Inagawa, this meticulously crafted course spans an impressive 7,156 yards from the professional tees, a true test of assessment and execution skills for golf enthusiasts.
Navigating the course becomes even more challenging with its multitude of severe doglegs and narrow fairways. Additionally, nine strategically placed water hazards, a formidable array of 60-plus sand bunkers together with the winding Serangoon fairways create a daunting landscape that would challenge even the most seasoned golfers.
Amidst this golfing challenge lies an advantage for experienced players; the wide expanse of undulating Bermuda greens. These greens provide a unique opportunity for those skilled in the art of reading the contours, potentially offering a crucial edge on the course. Cempaka Course is where both the seasoned golfer and the determined newcomer can test their mettle on a course designed to push boundaries and inspire excellence.
Cempaka’s blue tees play at 6,772 yards, white at 6,346 yards and red at 5,704 yards. Exercise caution on the island fairway feature on No.9, the coffee plantation between holes No. 12 and No. 13, as well as the ravine on No. 14.