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The Barclays Singapore Open 2007

Post by Immortal » Mon, 01 Oct 2007 10:27 am

Its here again folks!! The top world class players will grace our little island come 1st November.

If there are any other golf fans out there, it'll be nice to meet up. I am trying to see if I can organise some Pro-Am tickets for Wednesday.

Tickets are out now. I will post more details if there are reponses. ;)

Let's hope he can make it a hat-trick! Woot!!!! :P

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Post by petit_fleur » Mon, 01 Oct 2007 3:09 pm

wow...sounds so fantastic...Can you please let me know more information and yeah its that time of the year again :). Thank you.

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Post by Immortal » Mon, 01 Oct 2007 4:02 pm

Hi Petit

Sure :D There is an official website but I am not sure if I can paste it here.

The Barclays Singapore Open

Wednesday 31st Oct : Pro-Am with the big guns

Public Days:
Thursday 1st Nov - 4th Nov
Venue : Sentosa's Serpong Golf Club


The tickets for Barclays Singapore Open will be available for sale from 30 Sep - 4 November 2007. You can purchase your tickets from the following outlets:

* Sentosa Station @ Vivocity, 3rd level
* Sentosa Golf Club - 27 Bukit Manis Road, Singapore 099892
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Golf House NAC - Ngee Ann City #03-06/07
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Golf House Suntec - Suntec City Mall #02-507/509/061
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Golf House Marina - Marina Square #03-130/131A

Tickets are priced at:

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S$20 per daily ticket for 1 & 2 Nov
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S$50 per daily ticket for weekend 3 & 4 Nov
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S$100 per ticket for all 4 days (1-4 Nov)

If you are driving, there is a S$2 vehicle entry fee for Sentosa Island. Parking at the Sentosa Cove carpark is S$1 per entry.


Free Entry: All visitors under the age of 18 will be entitled to free entry as long as they produce a proof of identity. This is an initiative by the tournament organisers to encourage young golf enthusiasts to witness the world’s top players in action.
Looking forward to seeing you at Asia's richest national Open, the Barclays Singapore Open.

See you all there :D

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Post by Bonbon » Fri, 19 Oct 2007 10:12 am

can't see the website from work......(need to update flash player doh!)

who's in this year? last year we had els! scott...

this year?? any famous players?

so looks like it will be a big one ...(how come not much of adv..going around? for this?)

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Post by Immortal » Fri, 19 Oct 2007 11:01 am


Hi Bonbon

The advertising should have started already. There is an advert on tv, seen it the past 2 weeks. The BSO banners should be up and about in town and stuff. I saw buses had adverts for the badminton tourney, I wonder if golf will get a chance too.

When I was in Phuket for the JWC, it was definitely all over the place, massive billboards and posters even in the airport. So far I have only seen banners in Sentosa itself.

Yes Adam will be back to defend. Funny how not many people know he's won 2 consecutive years, or know of him.

Here's some of the players, apart from the PGA Tour and the EPGA, we've also got a stellar line from the Asian Tour as well. Its a pretty good turn up. News is Mr Woods will attend 2009's, at the moment its family first.

Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els, Angel Cabrera, Anton Haig, Lam Chih-Bing, Mardam Mamat, Liang Wen Chong, Scott Strange, Kane Webber, Prom Meesawat, Vijay Singh, Nick O'Hern, Shingo Katayama, K.J. Choi, Lee Westwood, Michael Campbell, Darren Clark, Charles Howell III, Anthony Kang, Unho Park, Marcus Both, Charl Schwartzel, M Murugiah, Shiv Kapur, Thongchai Jaide, Lu Wen Teh

Its a pity Retief isn't coming this year. Probably preparing for the Nedbank tourney in Sun City.

Will you be attending Bonbon? Thanks for posting

See you there! I am so excited! :D

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Post by Bonbon » Fri, 19 Oct 2007 12:33 pm

yap will be there, trying to get some tickets at the moment. Not sure I can get away saying I'm under 18 :lol:

I would love to see Campbell, missed him last year :( .

Did you memorise all the names by heart or something :wink: . What about VJ ?

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Post by Immortal » Fri, 19 Oct 2007 1:04 pm



Good luck with the tickets. Its going to be chockers I think. I am trying to get my cousin to come with me, she's under 18. Give it a shot Bonbon ;) Try Ngee Ann City, they have tickets.

PM me, if you want we can meet up. I will be following Ads' 3 some.

I didn't even know Michael was here last year! ha ha! It was a nail biting play off, god I was shaking just watching them. And doing my best to shout Oi Oi Oi amidst the SA chants, one woman's voice against big burly SA men, I was well drowned!

I did see Michael at the WGC in Hertfordshire last year 2 weeks after the BSO though. He's an awesome player and a top person too.

I didn't memorize the names. ;) Vijay will be there as well. I just watched some of them play before.

Just a pity Tiger is the official beer for the event, I get such bad headaches with that brand. Last years Heinekens were superb!

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