Lahore Gymkhana Club

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Lahore Gymkhana Club is a social and sports club in Lahore, Pakistan. It offers sports facilities, including golf, swimming and squash, and organizes social activities for the members. It is situated on Upper Mall Road or Shahrah-e-Quaid-e-Azam.[1]

Established on 1st May, 1878, Lahore Gymkhana was formed to provide social recreation, and sports facilities to the residents of Lahore city and cantonment. The Club is spread over land, measuring 117.03 acres (0.4736 km2), leased from Punjab Government.

After independence of Pakistan, the management of the club was taken over by native residents. It is presently managed by a committee of elected members.

The Lahore Gymkhana has the following facilities available for its members: golf course, tennis courts, squash courts, swimming pools, cricket ground, billiard room and gym. It also frequently organizes concerts, lectures, and seminars.

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