The most beautiful golf courses in India

The most beautiful golf courses in India

Golf in india is still nurturing, but young golfers Rashid khan, Khalin Joshi have prove their worth over the years, and have been successful in satisfying the golfing fraternity that the future of India Golf is in safe hands.

Not only Indian golfers but the scenic Indian golf courses too have caught a lot of eyes across the globe. Golf enthusiasts travel to the farthest corners of India to play on the exquisite greens.

Let’s have look at the most
beautiful golf courses in India.

1. Royal Spring Golf Course, Kashmir

Located at a very high altitude, the Royal Spring is undoubtedly the best golf course in North India. Beautifully located in the foothills of the majestic Zurbaran Mountains.

The Royal Springs has a length of 6985 yards and a course of 72 par. The golf course has all the amenities you guys need to have a memorable golf experience.

Kashmir is one of the most romantic
places in India, and your golfing vacation can be followed by stunning

2. Naldhera Golf Course, Shimla

Shimla, one of the most popular
tourist destinations in India, has a beautiful golf course built in its
mountainous terrain. Established in the 1900s by the Britishers, the Naldhera
golf course is one of the oldest courses in India.

The Course has a visible wide view of the Himalayas, and is surrounded by thick Deodar trees The course measures at 4285 yards and is a 68 par 18 hole course. Its sloping glade makes it one of the toughest courses in India.

3. Chandigarh Golf Course

Chandigarh, the city beautiful as they call it, is one the most well-planned, green, and cleanest cities in India. Even Nomads love this place. Less traffic, fewer people, fewer troubles, and a stunning golf course in between, the course offers lush green fairways and is bordered by trees. A par 72, 18 hole golf course is located in the foothills of the Shivalik mountains. The beautiful Sukhna Lake is a 5-minute drive from the course.

4. The Delhi Golf Club (DGC)

'Dilwalon ki Dilli' has a pleasing golf course renowned for its beauty, perhaps the only golf course in the world bordered by ancient 'Mughal' structures.

Just imagine teeing off just by the side of the tombs built in honor of the Lodhi rulers. Incredible, isn’t it?

5. Rambagh Golf Course, Jaipur

India may not have many golfers
topping the world rankings, but it certainly has stunning golf courses
throughout its length. From Kashmir’s Royal springs to the Gymkhana golf club
in Ooty, India has world-class golf clubs all around. Built-in 1944, the Rambagh
golf club is also a British Raj creation.

The Golf Course in Jaipur is an 18 hole course with 9 greens and 9 browns. The two are separated by a drain with Moti Doongri Palace and the Nahargarh fort in Jaipur in the backdrop. So, if you guys are planning to visit the exotic Jaipur forts and also love golf, Jaipur awaits you, my friend.

6. Yak Course - Sikkim - Highest course in the world

Yes, guys, you heard it right. Yak
golf course in Sikkim holds a Guinness record for the highest course in the world.
At a height of 13025 feet, this course offers windy fairways across mountain
streams & teasing browns.

The club is open 7 days a week, round the year subject to snow circumstances. However, it is generally playable from May to December. During winter, the golf course remains active by becoming a ski center. The criss-cross course adds a thrill to one’s gameplay.

Sikkim is an organic state and is
known for its natural beauty. Sikkim is a must-visit for you golfers out there.

7. Goa Golf club, Goa

Goa is India’s favorite tourist destination, and if you love partying on beaches and relaxing in exotic golfing resorts, Goa is just the place for you.

The Leela Palace, the Taj Exotica,
the Ramada Caravela Beach Resort, and the Lalit Golf & Spa Resort are the
most renowned golfing resorts in Goa.

8. Gymkhana Golf club, Ooty

Located at 2268 meters above the sea
level, Ooty provides the ideal climate for enjoying the game of golf in the
very hot and humid state of Tamil Nadu.

The course measures over 193.56
acres and comprises 18 holes, and is surrounded by thick forests. The Gymkhana
Golf Club includes many types of trees like rhododendron, oak, aromatic
eucalyptus, and for which add to the scenic atmosphere.

If you plan to visit Ooty anytime next, turn it into a golfing one and relish the experience.

Golf in India is still nurturing, but young golfers Rashid khan, Anirban Lahiri, Aditi Ashok, Khalin Joshi have proved their worth over the years, and have been successful in satisfying the golfing fraternity that the future of Indian Golf is in safe hands.