A well-struck drive
This Haryana Tourism owned and operated golf course derives its nomenclature from the Aravallis a world's oldest mountain range that runs across Haryana. It is a unique geological feature, the antiquity of which adds to its magnificence.
Set up in the year 1966, it was the first golf green to be laid in Faridabad. The building was designed by the famous architect Joseph Allan Stein and the course design was laid by Stephan Kay, the famous golf architect from U.S.A. The golf course was taken over by Haryana Tourism in 1988 and re-designed by Stephan Kay. Now the course is spread over 75 acres spanning 12 holes.
In the golf course, there is a provision for playing billiards, 6 luxurious rooms and a committee room. Keen golfers can make a night stay here at the lush green course about 30 kms. from Delhi and tee-off early in the morning.
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