Qutab Golf Course, Delhi opens revamped back 9


The newly re-laid back nine holes at Qutab Golf Course (QGC) in the heart of the capital, were inaugurated on December 5th, marking the completion of the redevelopment of the entire 18-hole facility which first opened in 2000. Delhi Lieutenant-Governor (L-G) Anil Baijal, inaugurated the Pacific Coast Design layout which was constructed by SGDC, a Delhi based golf construction and maintenance company.

Driving Range

Driving Range

The Delhi Development Authority (DDA)  reopened the front 9 in 2018 and the spacious new clubhouse,   in 2019.

The facility now boasts a brand new double-level driving range with floodlights, 28 bays, a simulator room, teaching studio, club- fitting room, coffee shop, and pro shop.

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The Qutab golf course, India’s first truly public pay and play golf course has proved to be a huge success and its owners, the DDA,   also operate a 100-acre,  9 hole course in Bhalswa, North Delhi in 2003.

Encouraged by the success of Qutab GC, DDA has commenced work on a third championship-level golf course in sector 24 of Dwarka, West Delhi which is slated to be  7,100 yards, par 72 with an on-site conference centre.


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