Golden Greens is a golf course designed by two Great names DR Martin Hawtree and the Aravalli hills. As an artist uses clay, Hawtree, has sculpted a championship course in the finest Links tradition. This 18-hole, par 72, 7100 yards championship course is replete with strategically placed bunkers on meandering fairways which look like olive green crumpled blankets. Spread over 275 acres of land in the National Capital Region of Delhi Gurgaon, it is just 25 kilometers from the international airport.
The first and only one of its kind in India, at the Golden Greens, the emphasis has been to create a golf course which looks a part of its natural surroundings. Wind swept dunes and the native scrub found in the Aravallis hills, deep pot bunkers, cleverly contoured greens which demand precise play and strategic placing of shots is the key to successfully negotiating this course. A challenge that tests the skills levels of all level of golfers ranging form the professional to the high handicappers. The course blends with the natural surroundings and provides an exceptional experience not to be found on any other course in this region