Golfing in India

Not many people know that India was the first country after Britain to develop golf and has some of the oldest golf courses and clubs in the world outside England. Many of these are in beautiful and historic surroundings as the oldest golf courses naturally date back to the days of the Raj. Whilst not being the most technical when compared to modern courses, the beautiful locations in hill stations and the grounds of palaces certainly add to the ambiance of your game in these locations. Today, India, and Delhi in particular has a wide range of international standard courses to choose from. This itinerary takes in a combination of both the old and the new with Delhi, Agra and Jaipur whose course as it cuts through the grounds of the world famous Royal Rambagh Palace!


Destinations Covered

Delhi  |Agra | Jaipur | Srinagar | Pahalgam | Dal Lake

Key Highlights

  • Sightseeing of capital city of India, visit New Delhi, Old Delhi and some of the local markets.
  • Play a round of golf on one of Delhi’s 20 internationally acclaimed Golf Courses.
  • As well as visiting the Taj Mahal, try your hand at the 9 hole course in view of this monument.
  • Have an escorted tour of Amer, Rajasthan’s most impressive and best-preserved fort as well as the city palace and Observatory in Jaipur.
  • Play a round of golf at one of the oldest courses in India, in the grounds of the Rambagh Palace Hotel, Jaipur.
  • Discover the beauty that is Kashmir whilst enjoying three rounds of golf at the serene Royal Springs Golf Course, the Gulmarg Golf Club and the Pahalgam Golf Course which is set against the most beautiful landscape & is in excellent condition.


Day 01Arrive in to Delhi where you will be met and transferred to your hotel.Delhi
Day 02Explore the old and the new, the ancient and the modern that is Delhi, India’s capital.Delhi
Day 03Play a round of golf on one of Delhi’s 20 internationally renowned golf courses.Delhi
Day 04Transfer by road to Agra. Play the nine hole course in the afternoon.Agra
Day 05Early morning visit to the Taj Mahal, return to the hotel for breakfast and then visit the Amber Fort. Rest of the day at leisure.Agra
Day 06Transfer by road to Jaipur. Evening visit to the observatory and City Palace.Jaipur
Day 07In the morning, enjoy a round of golf at the Rambagh Palace golf course. Afternoon at leisure. In the evening visit Dera Amer to walk with the elephants and enjoy an al fresco dinner.Jaipur
Day 08Morning at leisure, optional round of golf or hot air balloon safari. Afternoon visit to the Amber Fort.Jaipur
Day 09Transfer to the airport for the fight to Delhi to connect with the flight to Srinagar. Transfer to the hotel and rest of the day at leisure.Srinagar
Day 10Enjoy a round of golf at the Royal Springs Golf Course.Srinagar
Day 11Transfer by road to Pahalgam. Check into the hotel. An afternoon round of Golf on the Lidder Valley Golf Course.Pahalgam
Day 12Transfer to Dal Lake where you will check into your houseboat. Overnight stay on the houseboat.Dal Lake
Day 13Transfer to the airport for the flight to Delhi & depart.Delhi
Golfing Holidays In India - Beyond the Taj, Golfing in India
Golfing Holidays In India - Beyond the Taj, Golfing in India
Golfing Holidays In India - Beyond the Taj, Golfing in India

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Delhi is a city that bridges many different worlds. It has seen the rise and fall of many empires, that have left behind a plethora of monuments commemorating the glory of bygone ages. Then there is Old Delhi, with its labyrinth of narrow lanes, lined with crumbling Havelis and housing India’s largest mosque; in contrast, New Delhi created by the British Raj comprises spacious, tree-lined avenues and imposing government buildings. Then in modern Delhi, you will discover a city of shopping malls, world-class restaurants, fascinating museums and art galleries and a vivacious performing-arts scene. Whether architects or chefs, history buffs or teenagers,
Agra home of the beautiful Taj Mahal, the mausoleum built by emperor Shah Jahan for his favourite wife, Mumtaz Mahal. On a moonlit night, the view of the ethereally white Taj by the silently flowing Yamuna is a sight that can inspire poetry. Yet as a city, it was originally, meticulously planned, built and nurtured by three successive Mughal emperors – Akbar, Jehangir and Shah Jahan, during the most glorious era of the Mughal Empire and has many other extraordinary monuments to explore once the Taj has been visited. Sikandra, Itmad ud Daula and the impressive Agra Fort an architectural masterpiece, built as a military fort, which was later converted into an opulent palace by Shah Jahan, who was later imprisoned there by his son Aurangzeb.
Surrounded by ancient forts and the rugged Aravali Hills, Jaipur, Rajasthan's Pink City, is one of the most enticing places in India. Every aspect of Jaipur (The story goes that when Queen Victoria visited 1876, the maharaja painted the whole city pink hence its nickname) was originally meticulously planned when it was founded in 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. Today it is one of India’s fastest-growing cities, showcasing ‘new meets old’, yet even in the most modern parts, ancient traditions remain.