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United Services Club (also known as US Club) is a golf club located in Colaba area of Mumbai. [1]

Established in 1928 by the Indian Army, it is now run jointly by the Indian Army, Indian Air Force and Indian Navy. The club has an 18 hole golf course. [2] One of only three golf courses in the city, with the other two being the Willingdon Sports Club and Bombay Presidency Golf Club.


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