After just over a decade, DLF has successfully embedded its concept of “Walk to Work” and “Walk to A Lifestyle”, as is today witnessed by the throbbing metropolis calling DLF City in Gurgaon, Haryana on the Southern border of the Indian capital city, New Delhi. DLF City offers the best in residential, corporate and commercial spaces, schools and hospitals, 5-Star Hotels, sophisticated shopping malls, state-of-the art entertainment centers. One such jewel in its crown is the DLF Golf & Country Club.
DLF GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB a 142 acre expanse is situated in the heart of DLF City in Gurgaon, Haryana, just 15 minutes away from the International Airport. Here in lies India’s premier world class designer golf course, with the rugged Aravali Range forming a dramatic backdrop. Today it enjoys the distinction of being adjudged the best course in the Sub-Continent & in India. This honor was bestowed on it at the Asian Golf Monthly award ceremony held in Singapore on 15th of November, 2007, & again in 2008 at Shenzhen, China.
The Golf Course, landscaped by Bell Collins, developed by Ranjit Nanda Associates, & designed by Arnold (King) Palmer, resulted in a golf-scape which integrated with the surrounding natural environment, in harmony with nature. This beautiful parkland with five sparkling lakes, meandering streams, variety of flora & fauna; is a par 72, 7204 yards 18-hole course. It boasts of world class fairways, fast and true greens. It also holds the distinction of being the only course in the country to offer 18-holes of Day/Night Golf thus making golfing in summers a pleasurable experience.
The Course is carpeted with 2 of the most superior grasses available in the world: Tiff dwarf 11 for greens and Tiff way 419 for tees, fairways & roughs. Maintained to prime conditions with world - class 'Toro' turf equipment, computerized irrigation system and an efficient drainage network ensures that the course is playable within 30 minutes of a downpour. It is a golf course in the highest tradition of the game - because that is the way the legendary Arnold Palmer has designed it "I try to give the player a course where good shots are rewarded. The course reproaches you for the bad shots - you just try harder".