Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche was the long term venue for the Trophée Lancôme, which was played on a composite layout of the Red and Blue courses.
The Green and Black (Vert & Noir) course is widely considered to form the better layout at Golf du Stade Français Courson...
Paris International is routed over hilly terrain with ponds to be negotiated at half the holes on the card, especially at the downhill, par five 18th that plays to an island green.
There have been 14 French Opens held at Saint-Cloud since 1926 – the last of them in 1987, when Jose Rivero won the competition...
The Marly course at Golf de Joyenval is a classic Robert Trent Jones Sr. design with plenty of bunkers and large undulating greens.
Chantilly’s Vineuil course staged the French Open ten times between 1913 and 1990 and national championships are still held at the club using a composite layout that includes several holes from the Longères.
Host to many national and international events (most recently the European Young Masters), the Trent Jones course at Bondues has gained a good reputation.
Owned by the Racing Club de France, La Boulie is a historically important golf site as it was the location for the first French Open championships in 1906, won by Arnaud Massy.
La Forêt course at Le Touquet is set beautifully among pine trees which provides a calm and peaceful environment for all golfers whatever their handicap.
At Golfclub International Soufflenheim Baden-Baden are the courses that Bernhard Langer created in the heart of Alsace...