The HSBC Women’s World Championship has pulled out all the stops for the 15th edition taking place at Sentosa Golf Club, 2-5th March.

For the first time since 2019, the tournament will open its gates for spectators after a Covid-19 inflicted two-year hiatus. With fans returning, the fan village is back and better than ever where spectators can take a break from all the action on course and enjoy a variety of golf-centric experiences for all ages. Here is what’s on offer at this year’s HSBC Women’s World Championship Fan Village:


The Par & Bar is a lounge set up for spectators to relax and unwind away from the course. The Par & Bar will have a viewing area for guests wanting to keep up with all the action on course, as well as a media space for interviews or photo ops and most importantly the Kult Kafe where guests can grab signature ‘Kultails’, craft beers and artisan coffee. Guests can also have a go at the Beat the Pro challenge, located at the hitting bays to be in the chance for winning a special prize. During the weekend, there will also be a DJ providing an evening of music and entertainment for all spectators wishing to continue the tournament experience.


This special activation will allow guests of all skill levels to have a go at putting Singapore’s iconic skyline. To have a chance of winning one of the special prizes on offer from our tournament partners, each participant will have three goes at putting from the top of the platform to try and get the ball in one of the designated holes.


There are a selection of local food trucks offering a variety of options in this year’s fan village, including brands like The Halal Food Truck, The Traveling Cow, Quick Greens and The Good Burger. The tournament will also be offering a variety of sustainable dishes as part of HSBC’s One Planet Plate initiative. Guests can grab refreshing beverages from inside the Par & Bar to cool down after a hot day in the Singapore sun.


Tournament partners Lexus, Ecco, F&N and Puma will each be hosting a booth in the village showcasing a variety of experiential activities. Whether you want to try out the Lexus mini golf installation, cool down with a refreshing F&N popsicle, or shop the latest apparel from Puma and footwear from Ecco, there is something for all the family. Puma will also be conducting daily fitness assessments for any guests wanting to test out their fitness.


There will be a fantastic array of offerings at this year’s HSBC Experience centre including a pop-up store curated by The Art Faculty, featuring a variety of pieces created and designed by individuals on the autism spectrum.  HSBC is also running a social media contest ‘Play for Good’, featuring artworks from artists from The Art Faculty, a social enterprise by the Autism Resource Center. Participants will have the opportunity to win on-spot merchandise as well the chance to win exclusive prizes, including ‘Grab’ vouchers and a luxurious staycation at the 5-star W Hotel on Sentosa Island.

HSBC Experience Centre visitors can also immerse themselves into the alternate reality of the Metaverse through the ‘HSBC Metaverse Golf Challenge’, with some fantastic merchandise up for grabs. Finally, after a long day on the golf course, guests can freshen up in the exclusive ‘Vanity Corner’ which will feature cold towels to cool down and even enjoy a quick makeover.