Significantly enough India was the first country outside United Kingdom to take on to Golf. This maybe reasoned out as the deep impact on the minds of the Indians about the lifestyle and sports of the Britishers. The same can be accounted for Cricket. What makes Golf Courses in India interesting is that you will find a golf course in every nook of India and that too in all types of topography. You can see a well laid out golf course in the mountainous terrain of Gulmarg and on the other hand you can also practice golf in the smooth plains of Royal Calcutta Club. If you are going to the regal city of Jaipur and at the same time have a knack for golfing try out the Golf Courses in Jaipur.
If you are in Jaipur and is a professional golfer what better way to enjoy your tour than to blend the pleasure of the sight seeing with that of playing the game. The Golf Course in Jaipur is a 18 hole course with 9 greens and 9 browns. It boasts of one of the most scenic locales with Moti Doongri Palace and the impressive Nahalgarh fort in Jaipur in the backdrop. The upper course and the lower course is separated by a drain. The upper course consists of 9 greens while the lower course has 9 browns.
This Golf Courses in Jaipur is otherwise known as the Rambagh Golf Course and is very much a part of the Rambagh Palace Hotel. Significantly it was the residence of the former Maharaja. It provides facilities like changing rooms, club house, caddies, practice area etc. Previously this ground was more famous due to it polo activities with the late Maharaja Sawai Man Singh being an ardent supported of the game. However these days you will see many golfers moving round with their caddies. Overall the Course is green except for the undulating 5 th hole.