Thenzawl Golf Course

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Thenzawl Golf Course
Thenzawl gold course birds eye view.jpg
Club information
Owned byGovernment of Mizoram
Total holes18
Designed byGraham Cooke and Associates.
Length7,500 yards (6,900 m)

The Thenzawl golf course is a public golf course in a meadow at Thenzawl in Mizoram, India. The golf course is set at an altitude of 2568 feet. It is owned by the State Government of Mizoram. The course extends over 105 acres and the play space is 75 acres and comprises 18 holes.[1]


Thenzawl golf course

The golf course was inaugurated by Union minister of state for culture and tourism (independent charge) Prahlad Singh Patel[2] on 4 August 2020. This golf course has been developed under Swadesh Darshan Scheme at the cos tof ₹64.48 crore.[3] The Golf Course has been designed by Graham Cooke and Associates, a Canadian firm.[4][5] It also has automated sprinkler irrigation system by Rain Bird, USA.[6]


Thenzawl golf course log house
Thenzawl 18 hole golf course

Accommodation for golfers is provided by the golf club with an annex with thirty fully furnished log of Siberian pinewoods.[7]

Other Facilities include.

  • Convention Centre
  • Tourist Reception Center
  • Cafe
  • Billiards
  • Food Court
  • Watch Tower
  • Open Air Theater
  • Eco Park

See also[edit]

Tourism in Mizoram


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  4. ^ "Canadian firm helping Mizoram develop world-class golf course". business standard. Retrieved 4 December 2020.
  5. ^ "Union Tourism Minister inaugurates Thenzawl Golf Resort project in Mizoram". newsonair. Retrieved 4 December 2020.
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