Golf is a sport which not only builds character but also challenges the player towards self-improvement.

In golf there is no judge or referee; instead, players govern themselves and fellow competitors. The emphasis on etiquette teaches one how to behave towards self and others, and imparts values such as truthfulness and strength during adversity.

Players develop habits of self-improvement by self-analysis skills, seeking professional instruction, and accepting critiques from others.

Golf closely parallels real life as one experiences the highs and lows of the game. In golf as in life, there are achievements and disappointments. Learning from mistakes and overcoming obstacles improves a player’s game, and teaches them to optimistically carry out the same pattern in day to day life.This range of experience from birdies to triple bogeys rewards a young person’s ability to keep each shot in perspective, manage one’s emotions, maintain a positive outlook and focus on the shot at hand.

Teacher Mentors

Mrs Ng Hoon Hoon

Mr Chow Kia Meng

Achievements And Highlights

17th National Inter-School Golf Championship

B Division: Joseph Lim and Conrad Xheng (Team 5th); Joseph Lim (Individual 6th)