Nestled in the heart of the historic Vexin region, Golf de Rebetz is set on an estate that has its origins dating back to the 12th century. Designed by Jean Pascal Fourès in the late 1980s, the course is a solid, slightly hilly test, without being too physically demanding.
Measuring 6,411 metres from the tips, the layout plays to a par of 73 ((36 out and 37 back), with holes routed around a 140-acre property in two returning circuits of nine.
Highlight holes include the par three 9th, played to a green that sits beyond a lake (with another pond to the left of the putting surface) and the demanding par five 18th, which bends right to a home green that’s protected by water to the right and a large bunker to the rear.
The Peugeot Golf Guide describes the course as follows in this edited extract:
“The areas of open countryside that make up most of the course are slickly landscaped and holes are neatly defined by adjoining rough. Water is in play on eight holes and completes the diversity of the hazards. Resources are limited but architect Jean Pascal Fourès has put all he had to magnificent use.”