The day and night course creates mesmerizing scenery resplendent in flowers, lakes thanks to Arnold Palmer.
The dramatic Aravali range forms a magnificent backdrop for the stretches of lush turf and rolling fairways that make up the 18-hole Championship Course. Meticulously manicured greens and fairways compliment the flowers and streams that meander through this quiet paradise, sheltered by thousands of trees from the bustle of the outside world. Water is in spectacular abundance – be it in the form of a delightfully cascading waterfall on the 17th or the five lakes that add serenity all their own to
Golf Tours It is a Course in golf’s highest tradition – because that is the way the legendary King of Golf, 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”. The Arnold Palmer signature is about beauty, and aesthetics.
Everywhere on the 7204 yard Course, the landscaping is in harmony with the five tees on every hole, the rolling fairways and greens, the roughs and sand traps and the five lakes. The DLF club has plenty of greenery based on the manicured garden concept. Approximately 25 varieties, procured from all over India, have been used and over 14,000 trees have been planted. Another feature of the golf course is the man-made lakes which are inter-connected by underground pipes and streams. Every winter, the Course also has more than 35 varieties of winter annuals (flowers) Also, there are more than 60 varieties of birds in the Golf Course. This number is increasing year by year.