UltraGolf – 18-Hole Mini-Golf At Sentosa For A Beach Day Beyond Laying On The Sand All Day

UltraGolf at The Palawan @ Sentosa

Think mini golf and the themed holes at Kulnari Mystery Golf might come to mind. But not at UltraGolf. The new mini golf place at Palawan Beach is literally a miniature version of the pro golf courses you’ve seen around Singapore – complete with sand bunkers and putting greens, just smaller in scale.

It’s a Honey, I Shrunk the Kids moment come to life. Here’s what you can expect:

18-hole mini-golf course with obstacles

Just like a real golf course, this mini version has a standard 18 holes and obstacles like sand bunkers, steep hills, and water hazards where you’re likely to lose your ball or add strokes to your game.

But here’s where this course is different: there are 2 starting positions at each tee-off. If you consider yourself just shy of being a pro, then go for the one further back. Kids and amateurs, however, are more than welcome to make their first swing at the teeing position nearer the hole.

It’s a golf course after all, so you might as well look the part while playing. Come in pressed khakis and polo tees if you’re going to snap a few ‘fit pics for the ‘Gram as you swing your way to hole #18. Don’t feel like you have to go all out with cleats and visors; the course is on a beach, so board shorts and flip flops are very much allowed.

Here’re a couple of notes before you hit the links: the course is held outdoors so come prepared with sunblock and shades, as it can get really hot. UltraGolf is open till 9pm daily, so feel free to go in the evenings to beat the heat and maybe even catch the sunset.

Be prepared for rained out games as well. You can top up $2/pax for wet weather insurance, which entitles you to come back to putt within a 30-day period.

Check out UltraGolf at the revamped Palawan Beach

UltraGolf is just one of the new attractions available at The Palawan @ Sentosa. If you’re coming down for mini-golf, make it a full beach day by exploring the rest of the area, which has new beach clubs – Twelve+ and kid-friendly Splash Tribe.

Your furbaby’s invited too at the Palawan Dog Run, which has lots of open space for your pups to run free. Those who plan on staying till the evening can also head to the neon-lit, 3-storey HyperDrive – an indoor go-karting track.

The next time you’re wondering what to do this South of Singapore, hit up UltraGolf or the many other activities Palawan Beach has to offer.

From $15/pax (off-peak) | From $22/pax (peak)
Opening Hours: Thursday Open 24 Hours Show More Timings Hide
Monday Open 24 Hours
Tuesday Open 24 Hours
Wednesday Open 24 Hours
Thursday Open 24 Hours
Friday Open 24 Hours
Saturday 10:00 a.m - 09:00 p.m
Sunday 10:00 a.m - 09:00 p.m

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Cover image adapted from: UltraGolf & Benson Kong 龚耀鸿 via Google Images 

Nicholas Ong

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