Golmuri Club, Jamshedpur


Golmuri club, Jamshedpur is considered as one of the prestigious clubs of the city. The Golmuri club can compete with leading clubs of Jamshedpur in terms of the facilities provided for the members. The Golmuri club of Jamshedpur offers top of the line sporting and recreational facilities like:
  • Swimming pool
  • Residential facilities
  • Lawn tennis courts
  • Squash court
  • Library
  • Golf course
  • Multi cuisine restaurant
  • Bar
Sports enthusiasts will love this club as the club authority encourages sporting activities and take part in various tournaments and competitions in various types of games. Members along with their family can spend a lovely time chatting and dining at the lovely multi-cuisine restaurant and well stocked bar. The lush green golf course is one of the best in the city. Professional and amateur golfers all over the state come here to drench themselves in some intriguing golfing sessions.



Last Updated on 24/06/2013

     


     

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