Gallery2-The Qutab golf course is developed by the DDA (Delhi adminstration) & is a 18 hole , 6189 yard , Par 70 public course
Gallery3-If you wondered why this course was called the Qutab GC , the Qutab Minar structure in this image should answer your question
Gallery4-The Qutab golf course has dramatically changed over the last decade & is know getting better with every passing day
Gallery5- View of the clubhouse at the Qutab Golf course .This view is from the 1st hole tee box area
Gallery6-View of the green at the 18th hole at the Qutab golf course
Gallery7-Early morning views at the Qutab golf course
Gallery8-View of the 12th green .The hole is a 489 yard , par 5 that has had its fair share of birdies & double bogies
Gallery9 -The grass bunker at the 17th hole has played spoilsport & ruined many a scorecard . This is located behind the green
About this course
This is the first public Golf Course in India. Designed and developed by the Delhi Development authority, the Qutab Golf Course started with 9 holes in January 2000. In May 2002, a further 9 holes were commissioned making this a genuine 18 hole Golf Course. There is a 250 yards, state of art driving range in the golf course & combined with the training facilities available this makes the Qutub golf course a haven for beginners.
A major tree planting exercise has helped the course become tougher. The Qutab Golf Course at Lado Sarai has been developed by the Delhi Development Authority. Situated about 5 Km off the Ring Road, on way to Qutab Minar. It is bounded by Aurobindo Marg on the West, Lado Sarai village on the South, DDA SFS flats of Saket on the East, and the Press Enclave Road on the North. Approach to the Golf Course is from the Press Enclave Road.
This is the first Public Golf Course developed in the Country. With the commissioning of the 18 hole and with its ‘Pay & Play’ facility, the DDA has brought the game of Golf at the door steps of the general public, who so far, could not afford playing on the few and exclusive golf clubs in and around Delhi.