Gallery2 - The beautiful green on the Par 4 , 376 yard , 7th hole nestled in a natural depression the shot to it is a BLIND one
Gallery3 - This is the original name of the course _club
Gallery4 - Gigantic trees dot the landscape & often come in the way of the ball
Gallery5 - Links style slopes will make recovery from errant shots on some holes a challenge
Gallery6 - Lush greens await you at the Doomdooma course @ Samdang tea estate
Gallery7 -Play this course i you get a chance . Its a very pretty , petite course with some wonderful holes & has some great photo opportunities too
About this course
The Doomdooma Golf Club or the Plateau Golf Club, as it was originally known, is a 6339 yards par 71 course situated at the Samdang tea estate in Doomdooma. It is one of the oldest golf courses in the district, designed & built by Dr. D.P. Williams who also happened to be the first Golf Captain from 1922 to 1935.The club has a record of one of the Caddies hitting a ‘hole in one’using an indigenous ‘multi-purpose’ club made of bamboo and wood. Originally patronized by only senior British expatriates,even junior expatriates were not encouraged, leave alone Indians. To quote Mr. A.K. (Babloo) Chowdhuri: This was in 1958, I along with Daman Singh, Yash Vohra and Rattan Singh started golf in a very casual manner which eventually become a passion! However, it was not very easy to pursue the game, as membership was not easily forthcoming. We started frequenting the course very often and requesting for membership. We persisted & in 1960 became the first Indians to become members of Doomdooma Golf Club The Club now has over 40 golfing members and play for over 20 internal trophies over and above the regular UAGA sponsored tournaments. Our internal tournaments date back to 1922 & the Presidents Challenge Cup is still played on the Captains Prize Day. The golf course is now maintained by the gardens in & around Doomdooma and is kept in proper playing condition throughout the year. No golf holiday is complete without having a round at the Plateau Golf Club in Doomdooma.