Golf Tourism in India

Golf holidays in India are much in demand by tourists coming from different parts of the world. Though golfing is a part of adventure, it offers travellers a laid back holiday option with sophisticated charm. The luxury of the golfing adventure at ones reminds one of the glorious days of the colonial era. There are many travel agents in India selling golfing holiday packages in various locations of the country.

A wonderful experience awaits you as you set off on your golfing adventure in India. Golf tourism in India has now more meaning as more and more advanced and well maintained golf courses have come up, many of them being world renowned. While you choose to embark on a golf tour in India, you can also visit places like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Pune, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Gulmarg , Srinagar etc. There are a number of other places where golf tours will take you.

What attracts travellers for a golfing tour to India is the variety of locales in the country. One can choose to enjoy the game across mountains, plains, deserts and at beach resorts among others. As you visit the Indian golf courses, you are sure to be spellbound by the variety of landscape in the country.

The golf courses of India are quite well compatible with other state-of-the-art golf courses across the Asian continent. Whether in terms of facilities or environment, travellers can really look forward to a great golfing holiday in India. Facilities at these golf courses include club houses, changing facilities, caddies, pro shops, post-tournament function rooms etc.


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