Gallery2- The 6th green is guarded by trees , bunkers & a huge waterbody making it a formidable green to attack
Gallery3- The very pretty approach to the 6th green . The second shot over the water has to be accurate as a army of bunkers guard the green
Gallery4- The sun plays hide & seek with the clouds over the 2nd green at the Chandimandir course
Gallery5-View of the green at the 14th hole- a Par 3 , 201 yard beauty
Gallery6 -The beautiful clubhouse at the Chandimandir course
Gallery7 - Wonderful sculpture like structures adjoining the clubhouse
About this course
If a round of Golf on the wild side is your thing, SEPTA it is. Nestled amidst the lower Shivaliks, the course has on offer an exciting range of birds, snakes (to be avoided of course), wild boars, nilgai & vibrant peacocks. The course is lush & green and managed extremely well considering the propensity of the wild boars to dig up the
greens quite frequently. The recent fencing along the forest area has helped minimise the damage to the course. With 6 water bodies , 2 lakes and the hills the course paints a very pretty picture with some absolutely stunning vistas.
The area is undulating with a general slope from the North West to the South East, because of which the golf course is terraced, and is cris crossed by deep mullahs, which form natural obstacles.