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Your India golf guide

India is a phenomenal country that offers an unparalleled golf holiday experience. From the rich culture to the iconic architecture, there is plenty to explore.

Joseph Dent
Joseph Dent
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Golfing in India offers a unique opportunity to play courses steeped in history as well as modern masterpieces designed by legends of the game, like Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus. Diverse, vibrant and colourful, India has a spirit and energy that makes it one of the most captivating holiday destinations in the world.

Here you can experience the hustle and bustle of Delhi’s street markets, go in search of Bengali Tigers on a safari, and of course experience one of the 7 wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal. Mouth-watering food, impeccable service and regal hotels will ensure your golf holiday to India is truly memorable.

How to get to India

A number of airlines, including, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Air India and Vistara fly direct to India from London and Birmingham with journey times of approximately 8 – 10 hours depending on your destination. You can also fly indirect daily from the majority of UK airports.

Tea plantations, Kerala

Best time to visit India

India is a very big country so the weather can vary from region to region, however, as a general rule of thumb, we would recommend travelling between October & April.

Best golf destinations in India


Delhi is a vibrant fusion of cultures, littered with ancient monuments, wonderful museums, a vivacious performing arts scene, and an abundance of fantastic places to eat and shop. There’s so much to explore in this fascinating city.


A North Western metropolis in the province of Huryana, near Delhi. Historically known as Guru Gram, the dormant town gathered economic momentum when Indian automobile manufacturer, Maruti Suzuki India Limited, set up a manufacturing plant here in the 1970s. Just a few decades later, half the Fortune 500 companies had opened offices in Gurgaon.

Despite the congested urban areas, birding enthusiasts can find respite at Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary, a famous bird-watching spot only 15 km from the city.

DLF Golf & Country Club


Fringed by the rugged Aravali Hills, Jaipur, nicknamed the ‘Pink City’ for its salmon-hued terracotta buildings, is the capital and largest city in the Rajasthan State. This metropolis combines tradition and modernity with its vibrant bazaars, lavish palaces, and ancient temples.

Don’t miss the fairy-tale splendour of the Amber Fort, set against the backdrop of the arid landscape and hosting enthralling sound and light shows. Jaipur is also home to the UNESCO-listed Jantar Mantar, a collection of 300-year-old astronomical tools which look like contemporary art. You could also visit the opulent City Palace, which features palatial structures, sprawling gardens, and atmospheric courtyards.

Jaipur falls within the Golden Triangle, a popular tourist circuit, which includes Delhi, Jaipur, and Agra, and it also serves as a gateway to the neighbouring desert cities of Jaisalmer and Jodhpur.

Amber Fort


Dubbed the ‘Venice of the East’, the city of Udaipur is built around three interconnected lakes – Lake Pichhola, Fateh Sagar Lake, and the smaller Swaroop Sagar Lake – and is encircled by the hills of the Aravalli mountain range. It is home to an array of ancient temples and fairy-tale-like palaces (several of the latter have been converted into luxury heritage hotels) and is known as one of Rajasthan’s most beautiful and romantic cities.

Must-see attractions include the City Palace, the Lake Palace (set on a small island in the middle of Lake Pichola), and the Udaipur Solar Observatory – Asia’s premier solar-gazing site.

City Palace & Pichola Lake

Sawai Madhopur

Sawai Madhopur, the lively capital city of the greater Sawai Madhopur District, rests within southeast Rajasthan, on the northern extension of the sprawling Vindhyan Plateau. The city is famous for its flourishing fauna and flora and mouth-watering cuisine.

Some of the best ways to experience these local treasures include a meander through enchanting public gardens and a sample of the delicious local dishes at the numerous atmospheric restaurants. Both a history and nature enthusiast's dream, Sawai Madhopur opens a world of enjoyable excursions.

Some of the most notable attractions include the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ranthambore Fort, and the religiously significant Chamatkar Temple. Sawai Madhopur is also home to the remarkable Ranthambhore National Park, renowned for its abundance of free-roaming wildlife including the majestic Bengal tiger and Indian leopard.

Wild Royal Bengal female tiger


Set on the banks of the Yamuna River in Uttar Pradesh, Agra is a beautiful city famous for its incredible Taj Mahal building, one of the seven wonders of the world. Commissioned by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the 15th century as a memorial to his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, this is an architectural masterpiece of exquisite craftsmanship and perfect proportions.

The city boasts numerous other superb attractions, including the red-hued sandstone Agra Fort, built in the 16th century, and the Shahi Jama Masjid mosque, a 17th-century congregational mosque located in the historic core of Agra. You could also visit Itmad-ud-Daulah’s tomb, with its white marble facade embellished with intricate inlaid designs, also called the 'Baby Taj'.

Taj Mahal

The best way to explore everything India has to offer is by embarking on a 10-night India golf tour. During your trip, you will play five unique courses, including DLF Golf & Country Club which is ranked in Asia's top 100. You will also get the opportunity to explore the beautiful country, visit one of the seven wonders of the world, stay in top-rated hotels, and test out the mouth-watering cuisine.

If you're looking for a memorable trip, then an India golf tour is nothing short of exceptional.

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India is one of the most captivating golf holiday destinations in the world. From the quality courses to the enchanting culture, it is certainly a bucket list-worthy trip.


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