Loading, please wait...
HSBC Women's World Championship
Singapore
Mar 01-04
  • February 28 Golf Channel (ET) 10:30 p.m. - 2:30 a.m.
  • March 02 Golf Channel (ET) 12:00 - 2:30 a.m.
  • March 03 Golf Channel (ET) 12:00 - 2:30 a.m.
  • March 03 Golf Channel (ET) 10:30 p.m. - 2:30 a.m.
Sentosa Golf Club, Tanjong Course
Singapore
  • Race to the CME Globe: 500 Points
  • Format: 72 holes
  • Purse: $1,500,000
  • Par: 72
  • History: This tournament started in 2008.
  • Yardage: 6,718

Michelle Wie singed the Sentosa Golf Club Tanjong Course in Singapore with a closing-round 65 on Sunday to win the HSBC Women’s World Championship by one stroke over Korda, Danielle Kang, Brooke Henderson and Jenny Shin.

Hole Description

Hole01
The intention of Hole 1 is to drive your ball over the creek guarding the first landing area to an open fairway shaped by tightly mown swales of ‘Zorro’ zoysia grass, which hides a low approach to the first green. Towards the left are a cluster of Mackenzie-inspired bunkers shared with the 10th green.
Hole02
A drivable par-four if you carry the ball over a collection of three bunkers on the right, which will then roll down towards a small green. However, any attempt that veers left will likely meet with a watery end as the fairway slopes sharp and narrow towards a creek running along the hole.
Hole03
Another short par-four with a majestic waterfall in the backdrop, the difficulty of this hole is the approach to an uphill, inverted greensite where the landing zone is imperceptible. Land left and a bunker awaits, and anything short will see the ball roll back down.
Hole04
An elevated tee box makes this short par-three a fun shootout. Surrounded by a panoramic view of metropolitan Singapore, the Southern Islands and iconic Marina Bay skyline in the distance, the shot to the green must be accurate as there is no bailout area.
Hole05
This first par-five of the front nine is flanked by a long lake feature winding its way up from tee to green. With a narrow fairway to negotiate and an almost full island green that juts out into the lake with three bunkers to its right, it takes a confident shot to approach this hole in two.
Hole06
Not dissimilar to the third, hole-six plays up towards the Pyramid with a magnificent view of Mount Serapong in the background. The approach, like hole 3, is towards a raised green protected by two bunkers to make this a fair challenge for the short game.
Hole07
The longest par-three on the golf course, it features a creek running down the left towards the green and joins with a lake behind. The safe play is towards the right as a bunker sidles between the green and the creek on the left, especially when the winds pick up around here.
Hole08
A short par-five that tests your long game as well as your verve. A large tree is strategically placed in the middle of a very narrow fairway that winds around a lake on the left and dense forestry on the right. The incentive here is to hit it long but place the shot to the left of the tree for any chance to reach the green in two. As the fairway narrows towards the green, even a lay-up with a mid-iron is not an easy task.
Hole09
The majesty of the MacKenzie-inspired bunkers is in full view here at this long and challenging uphill par-four. A large fairway bunker surrounds the large landing area to give yourself an opportunity to reach a deceiving green with a false front, giving you an illusion that is closer than you realise.
Tournaments
Top Stories