The original course, called the Lodhi Golf Club, laid out in the 1930s. Now known as Delhi Golf Club. It Comprises the course comprises the championship 18-hole “Lodhi Course”and the shorter 9-hole “Peacock Course”. The latter came into being when the course was re-designed by Peter Thomson in 1976-77.
The Oberoi, New Delhi, the capital’s first luxury hotel, is an iconic landmark. Situated in an unparalleled location, it is afforded sweeping views of the prestigious Delhi Golf Course on one side and the world heritage site: Humayun’s Tomb, on the other. Natural sunlight flows into the reception area from windows overlooking an azure water body and verdant palm trees. The entrance is filled by a bespoke, white marble lotus fountain and watched over by a hand carved Tree of Life – the leitmotif of the hotel – whose interweaving branches symbolise emotional, physical and spiritual harmony.
N.B.: The Hotel is under renovation presently.