DLF Golf and Country Club

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DLF Golf and Country Club
Club information
LocationSector 42 Gurgaon, Haryana, India
Owned byDLF Universal
Operated byDLF Universal
Total holes18+9
Events hostedAvantha Masters (2010),
Indian Open (2009),
Johnnie Walker Classic (2008)
Championship Course
Designed byGary Player Design
Length7,204 yards
Course rating132 / 74.6

DLF Golf and Country Club is a country club situated in sector 42 Gurgaon, India, built and maintained by DLF Limited.[1]

The club's championship golf course includes a new 18 hole designed by Gary Player and the original 9-hole designed by Arnold Palmer. This club has hosted many professional tournaments including the Johnnie Walker Classic, an event jointly sanctioned by the European and Asian Tours, in 2008 and the Hero Honda Indian Open, an Asian Tour event, in 2009. For three years starting in 2010 the club has hosted the Avantha Masters, a new Eurasia Golf Limited tournament co-sanctioned by the European, Asian and Indian tours.[2]


  1. ^ "DLF Wins Bidding in India's Largest Land Sale in Two Years". Bloomberg. 20 August 2009. Retrieved 12 September 2009.
  2. ^ "Avantha Masters debuts in India". PGTI. 22 December 2009. Retrieved 28 December 2009.[dead link]

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Coordinates: 28°27′18″N 77°06′22″E / 28.455°N 77.106°E / 28.455; 77.106