Second Edition of India Learn Golf Week Attracts Record 51 Clubs from Across India

Industry initiative supported by India’s Star Golfers on track to initiate 100,000 new Golfers by 2022

New Delhi, September XXXX, 2018: The second edition of the India Learn Golf Week (ILGW) is all set to roll from September 24-30, 2018, attracting participation from a record 51 Golf clubs across 26 Indian cities and towns. A one of its kind initiative mooted by the Golf Industry Association (GIA) with the objective of introducing 100,000 new golfers into the game by 2022. The ILGW has also rallied support from the entire golfing fraternity including star professional players such as Gaganjeet Bhullar and Rahil Gangjee and apex bodies of the sport led by the Indian Golf Union (IGU), Women’s Golf Association of India (WGAI), National Golf Association of India (NGAI), Golf Course Superintendents and Managers Association of India (GCS&MAI), as well as the Professional Golf Association (PGA) of America.


The inaugural edition of ILGW in 2017 had seen 27 clubs from 15 cities initiate 7000 new individuals to the game. This year with the increased reach, more than 15000 new golfers are set to get their first lessons in the game, keeping ILGW on track to achieve the figure of 100,000 in the next four years. Already hundreds of registrations have started pouring in across the 51 clubs.


Given the trend, the ILGW is sure to unearth India’s future golf champions. By its widening base, new and young talent are bound to emerge from most unexpected places such as has been seen at the recent Asian Games where small towns and rural areas have thrown up medalists. The ILGW will be a great platform to discover such new young talent, who would have otherwise never tried their hand at the game. Simply put, the ILGW is the largest such initiative to infuse new talent into the game of golf, at one go.


The ILGW also aims to generate more than 1,500 crore revenue for the Golf industry in the same time period.

India Learn Golf Week: How it will play out

Participating clubs will assign three to five coaches for each of the seven days to deliver introductory golfing lessons from curricula approved by the Professional Golfers Association (PGA) of America. Each coach will have five students in a session and will conduct five sessions in a day.


The program stipulates a member to register a colleague, family or friend for a beginner’s lesson in golf. Many Public courses will also be participating in the initiative. The ILGW is OPEN TO ALL AGES.


Registration process

At public courses, walk-in registrations have been provisioned for.

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Golf has seen considerable growth in the country in recent times with international successes and inclusion in the Olympic games, helping to raise the profile of the game considerably. At the moment, there are about 300 professional golfers who play under the Indian flag at various levels.

Participating Clubs


Sr. No.Name of Golf Club/Golf FacilityCity
1Kalhaar Blues & GreensAhmedabad
2Gulmohar Greens Golf & Country ClubAhmedabad
3Kensville Golf & Country ClubAhmedabad
4Aalloa Hills Golf ResortAhmedabad
5Belvedere Golf and Country ClubAhmedabad
6The Otherside Golf ClubAhmedabad
7Kaziranga Golf Resort
November 12 – 18
8Eagleton Golf ResortsBengaluru
9Prestige Golfshire ClubBengaluru
10TeeTime Ventures or Golfer’s EdgeBengaluru
11Zion Hills Golf CountyBengaluru
12Karnataka Golf Association
Sept 25 – 30
13CGA Golf RangeChandigarh
14Sun Palm Golf Academy & Driving RangeChennai
15Siri Fort Golf Driving RangeDelhi
16Noida Stadium Golf RangeDelhi
17The Lalit Golf & Spa ResortGoa
18Classic Golf & Country ClubGurgaon
19DLF Golf & Country ClubGurgaon
20Karma LakelandsGurgaon
21Hamoni Golf Camp
Sept 25 – 30
22Tarudhan Valley Golf CourseGurgaon
23T1 SportsGurgaon
24Go Golf Nirvana Golf CampGurgaon
25Golden Greens Golf Course
September -15,16,22,23,29 & 30
26Vooty Golf CourseHyderabad
27Boulder Hills Golf & Country ClubHyderabad
28Rambagh Golf ClubJaipur
29Royal Jaipur Golf ClubJaipur
30SAI Trivandrum Golf ClubKerala
31CIAL Golf ClubKochi
32Eco Park Driving RangeKolkata
33Tollygunge Golf ClubKolkatta
34The Palms Golf Club and ResortLucknow
35Lucknow Golf ClubLucknow
36Imperial Golf EstateLudhiana
37Pilikula Golf ClubMangaluru
38Golden Swan Country ClubMumbai
39The Bombay Presidency Golf ClubMumbai
40Eden Greenz Golf ClubNagpur
41The Homestead at Corbett CountryNanital
42Riverside Golf CourseNasik
43Kharghar Valley Golf CourseNavi Mumbai
44Jaypee Greens Golf ResortNoida
45Unitech Golf CourseNoida
46Panchkula Golf ClubPanchkula
47Oxford Golf ResortPune
48Poona Golf ClubPune
49RSI Golf Course or SSTA&SC
October 22 – 28, 2018
50Green Meadows Golf ClubRajkot
51Gaekwad Baroda Golf ClubVadodra



  1. Gaganjeet Bhullar (professional golfer)

Its nice to see all these clubs and stakeholders unite with the aim of growing the sport. I congratulate the organisers on nearly doubling the reach of ILGW in the second year itself. More such initiatives are needed to ensure future champions emerge and bring glory to the country on a global platform.

  1. Rahil Gangjee (professional golfer)

Anything for golf to grow! All we can do is just win on the international circuit as having a role model really helps. I congratulate the organisers, the clubs and the entire golfing fraternity for the vision they have shown with the ILGW

  1. Shri. Suman Billa, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Tourism, Government of India

The Ministry of Tourism wholeheartedly supports the India Learn Golf Week initiative. We congratulate the organisers for showing excellent drive and vision to popularize the sport in the country. Golf is one of the foremost drivers of tourism across the world and the Government of India is committed to support all such initiatives including building more Public courses, to spread and grow the game and in the process facilitate the movement of both domestic and international tourists within the country.

  1. Deepali Shah Gandhi, President, Golf Industry Association (GIA)

We are really proud as the Golf Industry Association (GIA) to have played a part in creating the ILGW, which is receiving overwhelming enthusiasm and support from all corners of the country. We congratulate all involved and specially the clubs for coming forward and being a part of our shared vision to grow the sport in the country.

  1. Neha Tripathi (professional golfer)

I whole-heartedly support the India Learn Golf Week and wish it a great success. Kudos to the organizers for bringing an institution like the PGA on board and this will go a long way in spreading the popularity of the game in the country.

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