The 18-hole golf course Château de Chailly (opened in 1990) is part of the Golf Resort 'Château de Chailly'. The course is considered one of the most beautiful golf courses in Burgundy, designed by renowned golf course architects Thierry Sprecher and Géry Watine. The challenging parkland style course is characterized by century-old trees and the natural landscape.
The well-kept 18-hole golf course "Golf du Rhin" (1970) in Chalampé is located on an island between the Rhine and the Grand Canal d'Alsace on French soil. The parkland style golf course offers challenging holes in the idyllic surroundings of nature.
The 33-hole golf facility Golfclub Soufflenheim on the French side of the Rhine is located right at the heart of Alsace and just 25 minutes from Baden-Baden and from Strasbourg. The beautiful golf courses were designed by world-class golfer Bernhard Langer in the midst of a natural floodplain landscape.
Situated about ten kilometers from Strasbourg, the seat of the Council of Europe and the European Parliament, the city center is a World Heritage Site by Unesco. The golf course of Wantzenau A region bordered by forests near the Rhine.
The 18-hole Cannes Mougins Golf & Country Club just a few miles outside of Cannes and the famous seafront is one of the most famous golf courses in the Provence. The beautiful course is surrounded by the superb montains of the Southern Alps and nestled against the Valmasque Nature Park.
The 27-hole Golf de Bitche (1988) was constructed on the grès des Vosges, the sandstone hills between Metz and Strasbourg. Nestled on the slopes of the Grand Kindelberg, in the shadow of Bitche’s impressive Citadel. its 27 holes stretch over 70 hectares of beautiful forestland.
The 18-hole Golf d'Ammerschwihr Trois-Epis (1990) in Alsace, on the Wine Route, is located just a few kilometers from Colmar and Strasbourg. The beautiful 5207-meter course was designed by Robert Berthet and built in an outstanding location winding between vines and woodland.
The 18-hole Old Course Golf Cannes Mandelieu (founded in 1891) near Cannes on the Riviera, between the sea and Siagne River, it is one of the true legends in golf. It was founded by the Grand Duke Michael of Russia, designed by Harry Colt and visited by all the royalties and celebrities of Europe. In the beginning it was a 9-hole course called the “Grand Duke”.
The 18-hole Golf de la Sainte-Baume (opened in 1988) is situated in the heart of Provence, between Aix-en-Provence and Brignoles. The well known course of Sainte Baume can be found amidst the pines and the garrigue at the foot of the Sainte Baume Massif. It is a diverse course, offering various aspects of the game of golf with it’s water obstacles and raised tees.
The 18-hole La Forêt Course set out in the heart of the superb pine forest of Le Touquet. Tranquil and peaceful, sheltered from the winds and offering players of all standards moments of pleasure and relaxation.
The 18-hole La Mer Course, a typical British links course built in 1931 by the renowned architect Harry Colt and ranked as one of the best 100 courses in Europe. It hosted the French Open on numerous occasions during the 1970’s.
Golf Les Pins (18 holes) built in 1934 by the famous British architect Tom Simpson is a reference in France and abroad. Placed in a beautiful forest, its enchanting route embodies a style that survives generations.
The 18-hole Riviera Golf de Barbossi (opened in 1991) near Cannes on the French Riviera was designed by American golf architect Robert Trent Jones Senior. Nestled in lush greenery in the heart of the Bay of Cannes Mandelieu, this golf course is an oasis of calm and a veritable outdoor museum.
The 27-hole Golf Course Château des Vigiers located near Bergerac within the famous region of Dordogne was designed by Donald Steel, considered to be one of the very best “natural” golf course architects. The golf course is rated in the top ten courses in South West France. The magnificent scenery of the castle and the location in the vineyards make this place particularly attractive. The course is arranged in three 9-hole loops, giving three 18-hole combinations for a great variety to enjoy the game.
The 27-hole Golf d'Albon Senaud is located in the Rhone Valley in the heart of the Drôme. The 18-hole course "Les Seigneurs" runs through a hilly terrain, surrounded by forests and rivers. The varied par 72 course is interesting for golfers of all levels.
The 18-hole golf course of Golf Grand Avignon near Avignon in Provence was realized by the architect Georges Roumeas. It runs through a flat landscape. The challenging course is surrounded by 5 lakes and the typical Provencal vegetation with olive trees, cypress and lavender.
It is in an idyllic setting, surrounded by hundred-year-old oak trees, beech trees, poplars that stretches the Golf du Kempferhof. All the ingredients are there: mounds on the edge of the fairways, no less than 13 water obstacles, large turbulent greens, huge bunkers and a maintenance without false note. Bob Von Haage, American architect designed this 18 hole golf course opened in 1990.
The Monte-Carlo Golf Club designed by Willie Park, Jr. opened in 1911. It offers an18-hole golf course in an idyllic setting between the sea and the mountains! The golf course, located in La Turbie (in the heights of Nice), has a rolling terrain that requires extreme precision. Discover an elegant club in a warm and friendly ambience!