The Naldehra Golf Club, situated in the slope condition of Himachal Pradesh in North India, somewhere in the range of 22 km from Shimla, constitutes a course roosted at an elevation of 2,200 meters. It is a standard 68, 18-gap course with 16 greens and 18 tees and has an outline reminiscent of Scottish connections courses. In the year 1905, Lord Curzon was enraptured by the excellence of the area thus he made his most loved campground simply outside the British summer capital of Shimla. What he made in 19's is currently considered as a standout amongst the most grand fairway in the nation. Additionally, it is trusted that in the memory of his stay he named this spot as Alexandra Naldehra, which was the name of her theird girl.