Golf began in India in the 1820s, making it the second country behind Great Britain to embrace the game. The nation boasts a diverse range of courses, many of which are world renowned, as well as being scenic and challenging. A golf tour of India will show you an aspect of this country few get the chance to see – with access to its greens and a glimpse at the sport’s history in this nation. When not golfing, this tour will take you to some of India’s well known cultural attractions and sights.
Day 3 Kolkata This morning you will be taken to another historic club in Kolkata to play – the Tollgunge Club.The Tollygunge Club, an oasis of green in the heart of Kolkata, is one of the premier country clubs of India. With a club house that’s more than 200 years old, the club is abundant in history and pride. Founded in 1895 as a meeting place and refuge for British merchants and bankers, the extensive grounds were once a plantation for indigo.
Day 2 Kolkata This morning head to the Royal Calcutta Golf Club, fondly referred to as the Royal. Founded in 1829, the Royal claims to be the oldest golf club outside the British Isles, the oldest being the Royal & Ancient of St. Andrews in Scotland. Steeped in history, the Royal is considered on of the finest golf courses in Asia. Dotted with famous ponds, the 72 par course is both inviting and challenging. The Royal has been the shared venue of the All India Championship since 1958.
Day 1 Kolkata You will be met on arrival and transferred to your hotel. One of India’s great historical `gateway’ cities, Kolkata thrived during the British Raj and became a leading centre for commerce and a port for East bound trading vessels.
Vidhana Soudha counts amongst the foremost imposing additionally because the most luxurious buildings within the Bangalore town of India. it’s chiefly known for housing the Legislative Chambers of the government.