New Indian Championship Course Unveiled

Gary Player during one of his site visits to DLF.
Gary Player during one of his site visits to DLF.

Gurgaon, India: Gary Player hosted an intimate group of guests during the unveiling of his new course at DLF Golf and Country Club.
The 18-hole Signature course by Gary Player Design will open in the coming weeks and is tipped to leave a favourable impression on members and guests from around the world.
“I have enjoyed my ‘second’ career creating courses in new and interesting lands, and India really stands out as a fascinating place to visit,” said Player. “I am very proud of this course, which will truly stand beside any in the world. It is important that I thank the Singh family for their unwavering commitment to quality.”
The Black Knight traveled to DLF Golf and Country Club with his design team and a few friends for the official opening. Player toured the course and then played a round with guests from DLF before a gala dinner.
As one of the country’s leading real estate developers, DLF showcases the results of its dedication and commitment to excellence in all aspects of the new course. This assurance of superior work can be directly related to DLF’s success in urban residential development.
“We are lucky to have a fantastic partnership with the country’s leading real estate developer, in DLF,” said Scott Ferrell, President of Gary Player Design. “Throughout the process they have demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to building a world-class golf course in an environmentally friendly fashion.”
The design concept showcases varying features that will add to the character of the golf course. Dramatic land forms, rock quarries, a large lake and extensive landscaping have made the course into a memorable golfing experience.
Gary Player Design’s long-standing policy of a sustainable environmental approach is found throughout the course. Geo-textile bunkers were utilised to reduce maintenance cost, thousands of indigenous trees were planted to reduce the overall carbon footprint, and irrigation needs are provided from a lake fed with recycled and treated water.
“This course is designed to not only create a fun and enjoyable golf outing for the members of DLF Golf and Country Club, but also to host championship events,” said Jeff Lawrence, Senior Designer. “One of our top priorities was to make sure all skill levels can have a pleasant and entertaining experience.”

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