|Duration ||:|| 19 Nights / 20 Days
|Destinations ||:|| Delhi, Agra, Bagdogra, Darjeeling, Mirik, Pemayangtse, Gangtok, Pheuntsoling, Thimphu, Punakha, Paro, Delhi.|
|Tourist Attractions: ||:||Madras Gymkhana Club, Delhi Golf Club, Chandigarh Golf Course, Royal Calcutta Course, Ooty Golf Course, Bangalore Golf Club, Bombay presidency Golf Club. ||
Day 01: Arrive - Delhi
On arrival at Delhi, transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight at hotel.
Day 02: Delhi
After breakfast transfer to Delhi Golf Club. The 6972 yards, PAR 72, 18 Hole Golf Course was redesigned by Peter Thompson in 1977 - 78. This golf club in Delhi was chosen to host the first ever golf tournament at the Asian Games in 1982. The Club also has a Nine Hole B Course used primarily by beginners. The first hole on the main course is a 522 yards, PAR 5, which doglegs to the left around a thorny bush rough. Rest of the day at leisure and overnight at the hotel.
Day 03: Delhi
Enjoy a morning tour of Old Delhi, where you can visit the ancient monument of Red Fort and crowded bazaars of Chandni Chowk, one of the most popular places to shop at. Later you can visit Jama Masjid, the greatest mosque in India and the Raj Ghat.
A tour to New Delhi where you can visit the Qutab Minar and the colorful Birla Mandir.Besides this; a drive along Rajpath would let you see sights as the Parliament, President's Palace, and India Gate. Overnight at hotel.
Day 04: Delhi - Chandigarh
Drive to Chandigarh. On arrival, check in at the hotel. Afternoon half-day city tour, where you can visit the Sukhna Lake and the Rock Garden. Overnight at hotel.
Day 05: Chandigarh
After breakfast proceed to the Golf Club. This Golf Club in Chandigarh was established in 1960. The 09 Hole course was enlarged to 12, when the benevolent governor - who surrendered a major chunk of land from his official resident - granted additional land to the club in 1966. It was only as late as September 1983 that a regular 18 Hole PAR 72 Course was finally laid out over Sprawling 132 Acres. Afternoon return to hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Day 06: Chandigarh - Shimla
After breakfast drive to Shimla. Afternoon city tour of Shimla. Overnight at hotel.
Day 07: Shimla
Shimla was summer capital during British Raj & no English Township could be completed without a golf course. A suitable site was finally chosen at Naldehra, which is 23 KMS away from Shimla. Course is carpeted by a fine spirgy turf, which requires little maintenance. The PAR 68 Course is basically located in a bowl & has 09 Holes, which can be back played to 18. Come back to hotel for relaxing, dine and overnight stay.
Day 08: Shimla - Delhi
Today we enjoy train journey from Shimla to Delhi. On arrival transfer to hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Day 09: Delhi - Kolkata (Calcutta)
Transfer to airport for flight to Kolkata (Calcutta). On arrival transfer to hotel. Afternoon city tour. Visit the Victoria Memorial Hall, St. Paul's Cathedral, Eden Gardens, Dakshineshwar Kali Temple and Paresnath Temple. Overnight at hotel.
Day 10: Kolkata (Calcutta)
After breakfast transfer to Royal Calcutta Course. This course was originally paddy field hence consequently is very flat. Successive Committees have built mounds and planted thousands of trees and shrubs. But the Royal's conspicuous features are its strategically located water tanks and natural water hazards. The most significant are the two large tanks across the tenth Fairway, the 457 yards PAR 04 hole. From the tee, the tiger line is over the first tank and must carry all of 230 yards. The after route to the right leaves a very long second shot over the second tank, a good 100 yards wide, to a small undulating green wickedly trapped all around. Return back to hotel to relax, dine and overnight stay.
Day 11: Calcutta - Chennai (Madras)
Morning transfer to airport to connect flight to Chennai. On arrival transfer to hotel. Afternoon sight seeing tour of Chennai city. Overnight hotel.
Day 12: Chennai
After breakfast transfer to Madras Gymkhana Club, it was founded in 1886. Unique in that it is situated within the 2400metre oval of the guindy racecourse, it offers a challenging game. The fairways at guindy are flat and fast and encircled by the out of bounds racetrack. The greens are lush and well maintained and also strategically located, mostly along the track. Hazards on the course include thick rough, bunders and water tanks, but also unpredictable obstructions like the racehorses on their workouts. The first hole on this course is a heavy looking PAR 04 at 415 yards; it however takes a calculated and well-lofted drive to avoid the bunkers placed on the fairway, 130 yards from the tee. The second hole is an easy PAR 03 at 170 yards, with a tricky green, at the gradient of almost 30 degrees. Overnight to be spent at hotel.
Day 13: Chennai
Take a short tour to Mahabalipuram. Visit the Arjuna's Penance and the earliest rock-cut temples of Krishna Mandapam. Overnight at the hotel.
Day 14: Chennai - Coimbatore - Ooty
Transfer from hotel to airport for flight to Coimbatore on arrival at Coimbatore, three hours drive will take you to Ooty. A hill stations in South India. On arrival check in into the hotel. Overnight at hotel.
Day 15: Ooty
After breakfast proceed to Ooty Golf Course, it follows the soft contours of downland, with it's tonsured effect of tree - bare heights, ringed with gorse and thickly wooded copses of Eucalyptus, Oak Rhododendron and fir in the Hollows. The altitude of 7600 feet a few degrees above the equator, provides a combination of light/thin air which is near intoxicant, and the ball travels much further than it would in plains because of the rarefied atmosphere. The Ooty Golf course is not only scenic but also quite tiring and it would be wise for the visitor to play only 09 of the 18 holes on the 01st day. Dinner & overnight at hotel.
Day 16: Ooty - Bangalore
Drive from Ooty to Bangalore, visiting beautiful country - side. Overnight at hotel in Bangalore.
Day 17: Bangalore
After breakfast transfer to Bangalore Golf Club. The 18-hole course, started with browns, which were later converted to greens. Scarcity of water in the area is a major constraint and the course has very few water hazards. Besides trees and deep ditches, the major hazard on the course is the Bangalore crow, which often picks up the ball, mistaking it for an egg. It is therefore, not surprising that the logo of the Bangalore Golf Club depicts a crow with a ball in its beak. Overnight at hotel.
Day 18: Bangalore - Mumbai
Transfer to airport for flight to Mumbai. On arrival transfer to hotel. Afternoon city tour. Overnight at hotel.
Day 19: Mumbai
After breakfast transfer to Bombay Presidency Golf Club, A green heaven amidst a concrete jungle. The 110-acre founded in 1827, Peter Thompson to International Standards redesigned the PAR 70, 18-hole course. Presidency's fairways are narrow and tight, but its greens are undoubtedly the best in the country, the real test at presidency, however, is the variable and shifting sea breeze, which could fox even the most experienced player. It is not a difficult course, it's not too long, not too narrow, and yet not an easy course to break par. The 5th hole is one of the most challenging on this Mumbai Course. A 480-yard, PAR 05, a dogleg to the right, with a fairway trap strategically placed to catch the long hitter trying to cut the corner. Overnight at hotel.
Day 20: Mumbai
After lunch transfer to the airport to catch a flight for onward destination.
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