1. The Lodhi Course: 18 Hole Championship Course (Undulating fairways & deep bunkers)
2. The Peacock Course: 9
Championship tees: 6779 m
Men's tees: 6367 m
Ladies' tees: 5948 m
Closed on Mondays.
In winter, its easier to get a game at the Peacock Course
First built bythe British in 1931, it is one of the oldest golf courses in Asia and the oldest one in Delhi.
Redesigned by Peter Thompson in 1977-78.
Built on land which was the burial ground of the 14th century Lodhi dynasty.
New Delhi. Near Oberoi Hotel.
• Dining-hall / Pub / card room / party room / outdoor seating area
• Floodlit 250 yards diving range, Chipping, putting green
• Ladies and junior sections
• Golf tuition
• Caddies available
• Swimming pool, health club (for members only)
Delhi Golf Club, originally called the "Lodhi Golf Course", contains many Tughlak and Lodi dynasty monuments & is also home to over 300 species of birds.
It also organises professional tournaments such as the Indian Open, part of the Asian PGA circuit.
Venue for the Hero Honda Indian Open, October 8-11, 2009.
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