Kalhaar Blues & Greens Golf Club
|Owned by||Navratna Organisers & Developers Pvt Ltd|
|Operated by||Navratna Organisers & Developers Pvt Ltd|
|Designed by||Jack Nicklaus|
|Length||7,425 yards (6,789 m)|
The golf course was designed by Jack Nicklaus's company Nicklaus Design. Construction began in 2012. It is one of India's most famous golf courses and was rated as India's Best Golf Course of 2015 by World Golf Awards and India Golf Awards.
The golf course is spread over 175 acres and plays up to 7,425 yards from the championship tees, making it India's longest golf course. The club was developed by the Navratna Group, Ahmedabad. It was designed to comply with United States Golf Association (USGA) specifications. The golf course layout has unique challenges and aesthetics including sand, beach bunkers and 14 water bodies covering over 35 acres.
The course has a scenic island green on the seventh hole 7 (174 yards, par 3) that covers over 35 acres. In addition to this, the seventh has a slope rating of 76.8 and 142 meaning that a scratch golfer can play 4.8 over the course (76.8-72) from the back tees.
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- World Golf Awards, 2015. "India's Best Golf Course 2015 - World Golf Awards". World Golf Awards.
- Jack, Nicklaus. "Best Golf Course of India 2015".
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