Overview

The flagship project of Group Silverglades, The Tarudhan Valley Golf Resort is India’s first gated golf community. With boundaries spanning across 65 green acres; The Tarudhan Valley has been carefully designed to include exotic Golf Homes dotted around a exceptionally designed 9-hole golf course by Graham Cooke. The Valley offers Apartments, Villas and Balinese style wooden cottages for gracious living, as well as a well-appointed Clubhouse, Resort Hotel, Conferencing facilities and Golf Driving Range. At the Tarudhan Valley it’s the country life at its absolute best.

Golf Course

The 9-hole course has been beautifully designed by Graham Cooke, a five time Canadian Amateur champion. Now a Quebec Based architect, Cooke is known for his classic design philosophy mixed with a modern sensitivity for environmental concerns. Like a fine craftsman, he believes in attention to detail and a hands-on approach.

The Course

The most impressive aspect of the course is the restraint employed in its design. Not an Oversized monster, it is eminently playable. The course offers three distinct and imaginative styles woven through the nine holes. The first three holes are planned as links-styled golf, with large rolling greens embracing the look of famous courses like St. Andrews and the Royal Troon. The following four holes are dedicated to some of the world's best parkland courses - the first of which replicates Augusta National's famed par three twelfth. And finally, the Course finishes with two exceptional Mediterranean-syled holes. The orchard trees, water, sandy areas, rocky outcrops and clusters of colorful shrubs capture the character of courses such as Valderrama in Spain and pebble Beach in California. Overall, each round is full of anticipation and players never tire of playing this enjoyable and imaginative course. Like all gated golf communities abroad the golf course is exclusively for property owners.

Club House

A spacious Club House offers an outstanding array of leisure and recreational facilities as well as excellent F&B outlets.

These include

  • Skinner’s Restaurant &Bar
  • Sauna and steam
  • The Tatva Spa
  • Play area for children
  • Billiards
  • Tennis Court
  • Table Tennis
  • Pro-shop
  • Gymnasium

Residences

Tarudhan Valley Golf Homes are designed to offer the pleasures of country living in residences situated around a landscaped, golf course. This self contained community has a choice of homes – one bedroom studio apartments and two and three bedroom villas overlooking golf fairways.

Golf Homes

Studio Apartments (1BR) - 1000 sqft - 1200 sqft

Independent Villas (2BR) - 2500 sqft

Independent Villas (3BR) - 3300 sqft

Orchard Homes - 3500 sqft

Lemon Tree Hotel

Tarudhan Valley Golf Resort has 52 spacious rooms and 18 graciously appointed studios, each of which overlooks verdant greenery or the sparkling waters of the swimming pool and the refreshing Tatva spa.

Conference Center

The Conference Centre offers three individual conference venues with state of the art equipment and conference facilities. Two of the conference halls have a capacity of 120 & 80 guests respectively while a Boardroom accommodates 25 guests.

The lush lawns which open up to both conference rooms are perfect for banquets, cocktail dinners, live performances and theme dinners for up to 500 guests offering the best of global cuisine and the finest service.

Booking & Reservations

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Features

Advanced Security System

Works on 3 levels – Community, Cluster and Villa.

  • Entry restricted to villa owners only
  • Secure periphery
  • Security personnel manning the gated community
  • Well-lit common areas and sufficient street lighting
  • Additional automated in-villa security systems(on request)

Low Maintenance Costs

Cost effective maintenance make Tarudhan Valley Golf Homes an attractive buy.

  • Scale economies for costs of security, infrastructure maintenance, power back-up, etc.
  • Automated systems to reduce maintenance costs.
  • Multi-skilled personnel to increase productivity and reduce costs.
  • Use of materials and processes which require minimum maintenance.