The OCC 3Ten Run is Singapore’s first evening golf course run ever and this year is the second successive year following up from its inaugural launch in 2015. This event consists of both competitive and leisure race categories which aims to provide avid runners a unique experience of racing across award-winning golf courses at Orchid Country Club (OCC) instead of the usual run terrains.
The name of the event ‘OCC 3Ten Run’ was purposively coined to weave in significant elements that made up the nature of the run. The figure ‘3’ refers to the three premier 9-hole golf courses at OCC, while ‘Ten’ refers to the entire route distance of 10 km.
This year, the event will flag off on Saturday, 03 September 2016. To create more bonding time for families and friends, there is a new race category named Fun Run where leisure runners can complete a distance of 5 km at their comfort pace and enjoy the breeze and beautiful scenery of the immaculately manicured fairways and greens along the tranquil waterways of Sungei Seletar Reservoir. In addition, to keep things more interesting, distance for the Family Run (1 adult + 1 kid) has been increased from 1km to 1.5 km. The 10 km Individual Open remains a popular route for competitive runners.
Apart from the races, there will also be a race village where participants and spectators can enjoy special promotions and partake in an array of fringe activities and lucky draws.
Be it competitive or leisure runners, OCC 3Ten Run is tailored for a wide spectrum of runners. This annual event certainly has a purpose for everyone. If you are in for a total different run experience, embark on an adventurous journey with us by registering now!
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