Golf Clubs

Golf is one of the most popular games in the world and in India too, it is catching up of late. The recent visit of world renowned golfer, Tiger Woods to India, just goes to prove that golf is indeed getting popular here. Golf is a loved sport in Delhi. In Delhi alone, there are around 15 golf courses that are offering great playing opportunity to golf enthusiasts of Delhi. The Army Golf Club is a reputed course. There is also a course at the Air Force Club which is also renowned for its facilities. Another one is at Noida which is also quite popular. The Qutub Golf Course at Lado Sarai and the golf course at Siri Fort are also popular. As the number of golf lovers increase in Delhi, new golf clubs have also entered the fray to cater to the growing demand. New ones too are coming at different resorts and clubs.

The BSF also has a golf course near Bijwasan. Other lesser known golf clubs are the Aravalli Golf Course at Faridabad and the Hindon Air Force Golf Club near Ghaziabad. One of the earliest built golf clubs is the Meadows Course located on the Alwar Road. The Country Club Resort also has a golf club to cater to its visitors.

List of Golf Courses/Clubs in New Delhi

Army Golf Course

Dhaula Kuan
Telephone: 25691972, 25693830
Eighteen hole course. Membership (Army, Navy and Air Force personnel) Rs 2430/-; monthly subscription: Rs 150; civilian membership closed. Non-members green fee: Rs 250 (weekdays); Rs 300 (weekends).
Open: 5.30 am - 7 pm
Tuesday closed.

Delhi Golf Club

Located at Dr. Zakir Hussain Marg, this golf club has 9 and 18 holes facility. Membership fee is Rs 60, 000 (for Indian business category) and Rs 20,000 (for service category). It can be contacted at 24360002.

Charges for non-members

Indians Rs 500 (weekend), Rs 300 (weekdays)
Foreigners $ 35 (weekdays), $ 40 (weekends)
Prior booking required.
Opening hours: 5 am - 7 am

Siri Fort Sports Complex

Siri Fort Road
Telphone: 26496657
Charges for non-members: Rs 40 a day, guest charges: Rs 25.
Open: 6 am - 9 pm (floodlit). Monday closed.


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