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The HGA golf course is a 18 hole golf  course (with 16 greens) set in a scenic location, with the Qutab Shahi tombs & the Golconda fort for company.

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The HGA golf course is a 18 hole golf course (with 16 greens) set in a scenic location, with the Qutab Shahi tombs & the Golconda fort for company.
The HGA course is a 18 hole, 4525 yard, Par 66 layout & has some dramatic holes. Picture shows the green at the 9th hole- a 383 yard uphill Par 4.

Gallery2-The HGA course is a 18 hole , 4525 yard , Par 66 layout & has some dramatic holes . Picture shows the green at the 9th hole - a 383 yard uphill Par 4

The HGA course is a 18 hole, 4525 yard, Par 66 layout & has some dramatic holes. Picture shows the green at the 9th hole- a 383 yard uphill Par 4.
The green at the drivable 6th hole is a 278 yard, Par 4 hole and is  guarded by a deep bunker on the right and is framed by the tomb in the backdrop.

Gallery3- The green at the drivable 6th hole is a 278 yard , Par 4 hole & is guarded by a deep bunker on the right & is framed by the tomb in the backdrop

The green at the drivable 6th hole is a 278 yard, Par 4 hole and is guarded by a deep bunker on the right and is framed by the tomb in the backdrop.
View of the driving range from the 4th hole fairway

Gallery4-View of the driving range from the 4th hole fairway

View of the driving range from the 4th hole fairway.
The view from behind the green of the 10th hole- a 329 yard, Par 4 hole. The long drivers can get to the green in one with a tail wind for help.

Gallery5-The view from behind the green of the 10th hole - a 329 yard ,Par 4 hole . The long drivers can get to the green in one with a tail wind for help

The view from behind the green of the 10th hole- a 329 yard, Par 4 hole. The long drivers can get to the green in one with a tail wind for help.
Sunset at the HGA. View of the Qutab shahi tombs from the clubhouse

Gallery6-Sunset at the HGA.View of the Qutab shahi tombs from the clubhouse

Sunset at the HGA. View of the Qutab shahi tombs from the clubhouse
Birds eye view of the course- picture shows the clubhouse, driving range & 6 holes.

Gallery7- Birds eye view of the course - picture shows the clubhouse , driving range & 6 holes

Birds eye view of the course- picture shows the clubhouse, driving range & 6 holes.
View from behind the green at the 260 yard, Par 4, 11th hole.

Gallery8- View from behind the green at the 260 yard ,Par 4 , 11th hole

View from behind the green at the 260 yard, Par 4, 11th hole.
View of the driving range from the 5th hole green

Gallery9- View of the driving range from the 5th hole green

View of the driving range from the 5th hole green

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The Hyderabad Golf Association (HGA), a non-profit society, was formed in 1992 with the objective of building a golf course to meet international standards. This facility would be accessible to all civilian residents of the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad as also visiting golfers from India and abroad. It would also be an added attraction to the social infrastructure of the city, which was becoming a major tourist, business and industrial destination. The course would also to be the cradle for training talented young golfers to become the champions of the future.

The site comprises of the former municipal garbage dump and an area within the ‘Naya Quila’ – a component of the Golconda fort complex. The project is a joint venture development between the AP Tourism Development Corporation Ltd (a Govt. of A.P. undertaking) and HGA.

HGA has a modern clubhouse & well-maintained and manicured 18-hole, 4525 yard, Par 66 course with the fastest greens in the twin cities. 2 of the greens are repeated. These along with a floodlit driving range, pro shop & adequate training & practice facilities– has enabled HGA to become the top golfing destination in the city. With a rapidly growing golf membership & a program that is encouraging more and more youngsters to take up the game, the golfing traffic at the course has seen exponential growth.

Plans are underway to convert it into a full-fledged international standard 18-hole course in the near future.



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