Gallery2- Early morning at the Golden greens course on a balmy March morning
Gallery3 -Deep pot bunkers will challenge even the best of players
Gallery4- A typical links course expect large undulations on the fairway. Sometimes even a perfect tee shot could leave you with a tough second on a inclined lie- A Hawtree design
Gallery5- This is a unique design & a challenging course to play . Strong winds can turn a otherwise good score to tatters here
Gallery6-The golfer statue greets you at the course
Gallery7-The green at the 3rd hole , a Par 4 , 432 yard is well protected by bunkers that you do not want to be in
About this course
Spread over 275 acres the Golden Greens golf course is a 18 hole, 7051 yard, Par 72 layout located near Gurgaon. The course is built as a links course & is designed by Dr Martin Hawtree. (The Hawtree name has been building golf courses since 1912 across 3 generation).
The Golden Greens course is located about 25 kms from the Delhi airport & the course is a links style championship course. Built around the rolling dunes in and around the Aravali ranges its a challenging course with a course & slope rating of 73/130 & will challenge the best of golfers with its true links style quirks.
The greens are undulating and shaped out of large mounds & provide a visual & practical challenge every time you hit one. There are dramatic shifts in elevation across the course & these reflect the contours of the natural terrain. Large pot bunkers and grassy hollows that are decptive to spot along with subtle contours make it difficult to perceive depth & distance sometimes.
This course will test all your skills to conquer & demands strategic play combined with an ability to play a large repetoire of shots. The course has the hollows & swales that you will find in a typical Scottish links course.