Clubs in Kodaikanal



There are many Clubs in Kodaikanal that offer a wonderful way out from the drudgery of life. These are decent destinations for recreations that is a necessary requirement for leading a healthy and stress free life.

The clubs of Kodaikanal that play as the major stress busters for the people in the city are:
  • Kodaikanal Lions Club
  • Kodaikanal Golf Clubs
  • The Indian Clubs
  • Kodaikanal Boat Club
Kodaikanal Lions Club was established in the year 1985. There are two monthly meetings of the club on every 1st and 3rd Friday of a month at the city's Garden Manor Hotel.

Kodaikanal Golf Club was started on June 17 in the year 1895. This club is about 6 km from the heart of the town. The total length of the golf course is 6426 yards. The Golf Club in Kodaikanal offers Golf classes also.

The Indian Clubs in Kodaikanal started its journey in 1915. It is located in the Poet Thyagaraja Road.

Kodaikanal Boat Club was founded in the year 1890 and has a large number of boats for the use of its members. Other members can also avail a boat by hiring it.

The total number of the permanent members are approximately 650. Rescue parties are posted nearby for emergency situations.

The clubs of Kodaikanal offer a relaxing ambiance to unwind after a hard day's work. Entrance may sometimes be restricted to the members to enhance their security and a sense of camaraderie, but many of the Kodaikanal Clubs also issue day passes, particularly in a special event.



Last Updated on : 05 May 2011



     


     

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