Course

Chandigarh Golf Club is the only one in Northern India having floodlit 9 hole course and floodlit driving range also called the Cradle of Indian Golf. Among its most celebrated sons are the reigning Asian Tour king of greens Jeev Milkha Singh, who became the first Indian to qualify for the European and Japanese PGA Tours. It is also Home to some of India’s finest golfers including Harmeet Kahlon, Amandeep Johl, Gurbaaz Mann, Irina Brar and Parneeta Garewal.

Course was laid out in 1962 just south of Sukhna Lake and adjacent to the residence of the Punjab Governor in Sector 6. Chandigarh.

The 7,202-yard, par-72 course is an environmental lung for the city with its rich and varied species of trees and shrubs The course is known for its tight fairways, which are lined by thick mango, jamun, eucalyptus and kikar orchards trees and thick roughs. There are quite a few dogleg holes here, but none gives the players a chance to take the shortcut as tall trees almost always guard the corners. The Club also possesses one of the longest par-5s in India, the seventh hole, which measures 613 yards.

Additional features:
Practice Putting Green
Golf Cart Rental