Tingri Golf Club ( Keyhung Tea Estate)
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The Tingri golf course is a 9 hole course - played twice its a 18 hole, 6094 yard, Par 70 course & has a 69/113 rating
Small greens, a mature tree cover make some of the holes very challenging

Gallery2- Small greens , a mature tree cover make some of the holes very challenging

Small greens, a mature tree cover make some of the holes very challenging
Shades of the roughs and hazards at the Tingri course

Gallery3 -Shades of the roughs and hazards at the Tingri course

Shades of the roughs and hazards at the Tingri course
Walking through paddy fields to the TEE box

Gallery4-Walking through paddy fields to the TEE box

Walking through paddy fields to the TEE box
The grass has wonderful shades and hues which makes up for the agony of losing a ball in them

Gallery5 - The grass has wonderful shades and hues which makes up for the agony of losing a ball in them

The grass has wonderful shades and hues which makes up for the agony of losing a ball in them
Well maintained greens make this course challenging and a pleasure

Gallery6 - Well maintained greens make this course challenging and a pleasure

Well maintained greens make this course challenging and a pleasure
The Golfhut at the Tingri course

Gallery7 - The Golfhut at the Tingri course

The Golfhut at the Tingri course
The course at Tingri is close to the Keyhung estate

Gallery8 - The course at Tingri is close to the Keyhung estate

The course at Tingri is close to the Keyhung estate

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About this course

Located at the Keyhung Tea Estate undulating & perpetually green, at 400 ft above MSL, this 9 hole course presents nearly every challenge in the game & certainly all the pleasures. Played over 6094 yards, in a generally anti-clock-wise direction, the course develops, from the very first Tee, a lovely rhythm. On a good day each well played shot leads naturally to good
approaches and the possibilities of being “on” in regulation to lively greens that hold the line of putts. There are two special things that set the Tingri course apart from others in Upper Assam—Trees and water hazards.The stately trees guarding different greens, the neat line of Kadam separating the 5th and 6th fairways, Ashoks, Bauhinias, Selengs calling to flocks of “Haitha”, vividly flowering Butea monosperma and Gul-mohor, the occasional Silk Cotton, Jacaranda, Temple and Coral trees, more numerous Cassia Siameas, Grandis & Javanicas. The list would be endless & bears testimony to the aesthetics & efforts of past estate managers and golf captains. On to the water hazards, or rather keep away from them. These change with the seasons & can be  1) a sure penalty or 2) a chance to play out of trouble or 3) a chance to find lost balls. There are lateral water hazards aplenty and this has, and indeed will continue to open vociferous interpretations of the Rules of Golf Not much regrettably is known of the early history of the course.

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