18-hole championship course with lush fairways and manicured, true greens & water hazards
Gents : 6973 yards
Ladies: 5930 yards
74.2 - 74.5
Open to Public with valid handicap card.
The Coimbatore Golf Club was started in 1977. Leading Coimbatore Industrialist K.Rajagopal of the Lakshmi Mills Group, is the main person behind this big endeavor of bringing quality golf to Coimbatore.
Coimbatore, at the base of the Nilgiri Mountains, is the gateway to the famous golf resort at Ootacamund primarily known for its of textile industry.
The present course is located 16 kilometers from Coimbatore city and is accessible by various roads.
Putting green, chipping area & practice bunker
Coimbatore Golf Club has adopted innovative techniques in waste recycling water and using recycled water to help contribute to the Environment.
The course is rich of more than 50 species of birds and a host to large number peacocks.
The beautiful Coimbatore weather gives the opportunity to play golf all round the year in pleasant and enjoyable conditions.
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