The Delhi Golf Club staged the first ever Indian Open in 1964 and was won by Peter Thomson of Australia.
Thomson helped redesign the Delhi Golf Club in 1976 and he went on to win his third Indian Open title that same year. His work was reflected through the creation of two courses, the championship course (Lodhi) and the short course (Peacock).
The par four ninth hole is the signature hole of the Club. It has a champagne glass fairway with the green surrounded by bunkers. The 18th hole provides for a tricky finish with bunkers protecting the green.
The jungle is a unique feature of the Delhi Golf Club. Players will be surrounded by hundreds of tree and bird species as they walk the narrow fairways and onto the greens which are fairly large in size. Another unique feature is that historical tombs are very much part of the course layout.