Nainital Golf Course (Raj bhawan) Charges & How to Reach There

Raj Bhawan Golf Course Nainital is an ideal place for nature and peace lovers which is surrounded by mixed forests. Many endangered species and vegetation also reside in this golf course. In order to play golf here, the visitors have to take permission from the official. This place is ideal for the bird lover. One can also perform yoga and Meditation here. If you are planning to visit Nainital then include the Nainital Golf Course on your sightseeing list.

History of Nainital Golf Course

Nainital Golf Course was constructed and developed in 1926. In the year 1994, this golf course was opened for public transport. After the formation of Uttarakhand state, this gold course became part of the governor’s residence.

Charges and Fees in Nainital Golf Course

Golfers have to make annual payments to play golf at the Nainital Golf Course. At present, the annual membership of the citizens is Rs.5000 and the membership of the defense and state government officials is Rs 3000. If a couple is keen to play golf then 25% of discount is given to them. Children up to 18 years of age are given a 50% discount. Children above 18 years of age are given a 25% discount on the annual membership.

Green Fees

Per Person

Weekday (in INR)Weekend & Holiday (in INR)
State Govt/Defense Official200

250

UK State

300350
IGU Member250

300

Other

500

550
Ladies150

200

Children’s/Students

100

150
Foreigners1600

2000

 

Caddy Charges Practice

First 2 hours or Part

100
Subsequent Hours and Parts

50

Round

1-9 Holes

75

1-13 Holes

100

1-18 Holes

125

Golf Bag Charges

New Set

200
Old Set

100

 

How to Reach Nainital Golf Course

The Nainital Golf Course is 4 km away from Tallital Boat stand. The visitors can take a cab to reach there. The nearest railway station from there is Kathgodam (28 km) and the nearest airport is Pantnagar airport (62 km). There are some shortcut roads to reach the golf course which local people may know, if you want to take a shortcut, then ask the local people.

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