Established in 1905 by viceroy Lord Curzon (who loved Naldehra so much he named his daughter after it), the course is set on a ridge among tall cedars. It’s challenging golf with the added quirk that many holes share one fairway, criss-crossing it at different angles. Hire a caddy (₹150 per nine holes) or you won’t know where you’re going.

If you just want to have a swing in the practice area, that costs ₹115.