Take a bucket-list trip & tour the top courses in India

Discover some of the oldest golf courses in the world on a golf holiday to India. Vast, diverse, deeply spiritual and utterly unforgettable, India is unlike anywhere else on earth – a melting pot of ethnicities and religions, a treasure trove of history and culture, and a curious mixture of chaos and serenity. This unique golfing destination is nothing short of magnificent.

Why book a golf holiday to India?

  • Discover the oldest golf club outside of the British Isles
  • Enjoy the year-round warm climate, ideal for winter sun
  • Play five incredible courses on a premium India golf tour
  • See tigers & leopards in their natural habitat
  • Experience India’s fascinating history and diverse culture
  • Visit the Taj Mahal, famous for its architectural beauty

Enjoy South Asian golf at its finest

During your India golf holiday, you will play the very best courses the country has to offer.

DLF Golf & Country Club Ranked as the number one course in India and 77th in Asia, DLF Golf & Country Club is not one to be missed. Designed by famous golf architect Gary Player, this layout that winds around two lakes will truly test your game. With an island green and dramatic scenery, this is an unforgettable course.

Delhi Golf Club Next up is one of the most difficult designs, the Lodhi Course at Delhi Golf Club, which places second in India's top 100 golf courses. Each hole on the championship design has been named after a bird, though you'll be glad to make par on most holes. The course is decorated with narrow fairways which demand accuracy alongside strategically placed bunkers and undulating greens. Even the strongest of golfers will find this course challenging yet incredibly rewarding.

Jaypee Greens Designed by Greg Norman, Jaypee Greens was his first Indian golf course design and another stop on the Indian Golf Tour. With numerous lakes and close to 100 bunkers, you are likely to encounter a number of hazards during your round. Another popular golf club in India is ITC Classic, where the Indian Open was first held in 2000.

Make memories off the course

India offers an array of fantastic activities and iconic sights to keep you entertained between your rounds. Of course, it wouldn't be an Indian golf holiday without a trip to see the Taj Mahal. The Amber Fort which overlooks Maota Lake in Rajasthan is also a popular tourist attraction known for its artistic architecture.

For animal lovers, a trip to Ranthambore National Park would not go amiss. Situated in southeastern Rajasthan, you can see a great variety of wild animals, including the Royal Bengal Tiger, birds, and reptiles. You could even go the extra mile and attend a Jeep or Canter Safari in the morning or evening.

If you're hoping to taste some of the traditional Indian delicacies, then you should certainly dedicate some time to visit Gali Paranthe Wali in Delhi - a famous food lane in Chandni Chowk Market. Here you can try the Delhi-style stuffed parathas which is served in most of the restaurants.

Explore by map

Not sure where to play? Browse our map and find your ideal destination in a continent of possibilities. We know you will be spoiled for choice! Remember our knowledgeable golf experts are ready to answer any questions.

Stay in hotels which embody the Indian culture

For a one-of-a-kind experience on your India golf holiday, Khem Villas is the place to be. The 'luxury jungle camp' is set on the outskirts of Ranthambhore and is the epitome of tranquillity. The accommodation is modern yet understated, and you may even see jungle cats, hyenas, and crocodiles within the surrounding grassland.

The five-star Trident Hotel Udaipur sits on the banks of Lake Pichola in Udaipur and was awarded the Best Family Hotel by Travel & Leisure India. The hotel aesthetic was inspired by the architectural heritage of Udaipur with a charming twist on traditional decor. With quality service and an unbeatable location, this is a great place to unwind after your round of golf.

In the heart of Rajasthan lies the elegant ITC Rajputana Hotel. The grand decor and brilliant amenities are everything you'd expect from a luxury hotel and more. Choose from multiple restaurants serving a variety of cuisines and spend your time off the course by indulging in a treatment at the Kaya Kalp Spa. Additionally, the intricate building architecture echos the traditional havelis of the area and the hotel is also committed to improving sustainability.

Golf travel tips for India

Best months for golfing weather:

January & February

Best months for value:

April & May

Most popular months:

December & January

Our experts recommend:

October & March

Travel & discover the wonders of India

Stretching across more than 1.2 million square miles, India encompasses a staggering array of landscapes, vistas and environs, not to mention the vibrant, friendly people, and the incredible cuisine. It offers an unparalleled travel experience – from the beautiful beaches of Goa, to the compelling craziness of Kolkata. You could also explore Varanasi's sacred Ganges river banks, the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas, or the ancient, exquisitely crafted temples dotted across the entire country.


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