Golf Tour

Indian Golf Tour:

Golf Tour in India

Organizing golf tour in India is fun and adventure at the same time. The atmosphere of each golf coursework spread wide through the mountains, plains, deserts & also at the beach resorts, is unique in India. We’re painting every golf enthusiast’s dream picture’ a stress-free golfing holiday where you can spend as much time on the work as you like, while your relatives is otherwise occupied.

India’s 10 best Golf Breaks:

1.  Royal Springs Golf Course, Srinagar
2. The Kodaikanal Golf Club, Tamil Nadu
3. Ananda in the Himalayas, Uttarakhand
4. Agra Golf Club
5. Jaypee Greens Golf & Spa Resort, Greater Noida
6. The Royal Calcutta Golf Club, Kolkata
7. Aamby Valley City, Maharashtra
8. Kensville Golf Living, Ahmedabad
9. Oxford Golf & Country Club, Pune
10. Golf Shrine Club, Bangaluru
1. Royal Springs Golf Course, Srinagar:The Royal Springs Golf Work at Srinagar is of the most scenic spots in Kashmir, the enchanting valley. Royal Springs is spread over  300 acres of rolling hills, natural marsh, native deciduous forest, lakes and wilderness. A wide range of bird life can be spotted on the work. The Royal Spring Golf coursework (RSGC), sprawled over an area of 300 acres, near the Mughal garden, CheshmaShahi, at the foothills of Zabarvan hills & overlooks the mesmerizing Dal Lake. The Royal Spring Golf is open to general public. With separate wings of licker rooms and other services, this club is built in the style of the elderly Kashmiri architecture.
Royal Springs Golf Course, Srinagar
2. The Kodaikanal Golf Club, Tamil Nadu:

The club was established on June 17, 1895 by twelve British golfers.Kodaikanal Golf Club has a 18 hole, par 71 Golf coursework. It is located at a chilled altitude of 7,000 feet (two,100 m), about 6 kilometers (four mi) south west from the middle of Kodaikanal in Tamil Nadu, South India. This coursework is notable for its often seen wildlife. The club is on Golf links Road near the popular view point ‘Suicide Point’ (Green Valley View) and 3 kilometres before the ‘Pillar Rocks’ viewpoint and flower garden.
Kodaikanal Golf Club, Tamil Nadu
 3. Ananda in the Himalayas, Uttarakhand:
Set amidst Sal forest, within the precincts of the Palace of Maharaja – Tehri Garhwal, the 6 hole, par three / par 54 golf coursework (i.e. each hole is par three and you play the coursework thrice for an 18 hole round), is 489 yards and takes between 45 minutes and an hour to play the six holes. As you walk the coursework, it offers spectacular views of the majestic Himalayan ranges, the Rishikesh Valley and the distant River Ganges, snaking off to the south.
4. Agra Golf Club:
1904 – The members of Agra club conceived the Golf Work in 1904. The work was first upgraded to a 12 holes work & again in 1915 to 18 holes work. It’s its own irrigation technique for the fairways & recently refurbished greens have been done up to USPGA standards. The Club house is equipped with modern amenities for golfers & a tastefully done up air conditioned restaurant & bar from the balcony of the house the Dome of the Taj Mahal is clearly visible.
This Club is the unique golf hub for serving and retired Army and Air force officers as well as civilians which merge over 1625 members. Every year the post of the president of the club gets revolve between the Army Station commander, Commissioner of Agra and Air force Station Commander.
Agra Golf Club
5. Jaypee Greens Golf & Spa Resort, Greater Noida:
Taking pride as India’s first 18-hole Golf Coursework designed by the legendary Greg Norman, Jaypee Greens Golf Coursework is sprawled over 452.36 acres of land. Add to that, its 72 par coursework is India’s longest Golf coursework, standing at 7347 yards. Not to forget 14 shimmering lakes & water bodies along with 88 snow-white bunkers that gives this lush green golf coursework a whole new meaning.
Jaypee Greens Golf Course Greater Noida

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