Rambagh Golf Club is a part of the Rambagh Palace Hotel, the residence of the former maharaja. It overlooks the picturesque Moti Doongri Palace and the historical Nahargarh Fort. Rambagh Golf Course built in 1944. Recently the golf course has got a new look with New Club house and some new greens. The course is not very difficult to play but makes you think on every shot you play for entire 18 holes. The best hole on this golf course is Hole 03, a par 4, which has OB on the left side. Overall Rambagh Golf Course is a golfer friendly golf course.
The City of Victory The Pink City founded by Maharaja Jai Singh II ( 1693 – 1743), is the capital of Rajasthan. Jaipur is surrounded on all sides by rugged hills, crowned with forts & enclosed by embattled walls. Take a ride on the Palace on Wheels,luxury train that carries with it an ambience of the Rajputana era and an exciting fairytale journey, which takes the visitor to the imperial cities of Rajasthan every single day. Jaipur & its surroundings are rather like an endless museum. The city is dotted with many royal palaces and forts. The famous ones include the Amber Palace, the City Palace , the Hawa Mahal and Jaigarh. The Jaigarh fort, built on a peak, overlooks the palace & city of Amber below.
Sanganer town has a ruined palace and a group of Jain temples with fine carvings. The city also offers an endless variety of crafts. Jaipur’s lacquer bangles are famous all over the world. A major gem and jewellery center, Jaipur is famous for Kundan work ( enamel work on gold). Also there are woolen carpets, cotton rugs, marble statuary, enameled wares, brass ware, hand-block printed Sanganeri and Bagru Cotton fabrics, exotic blue pottery made from crushed quartz, leather footwear and more. This is city to be visited and the best time to do so is from October to March.
In the footsteps of the Maharajas: The Rambagh Palace & Golf Club in Jaipur is an eighteen-hole course overlooking the Moti Doongri Palace and the historical Nahargarh Fort. The fairway passes through the Rambagh Polo Grounds, which have seen some of the finest polo matches in the time of the late Sawai Man Singh. These days there are more golfers to be seen on the grounds where the royals once moved on their chargers. The courses, spread over undulating terrain, are all greens except for the fifth hole.
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