Operated by the Open Golf Club group, the 18-hole layout at Golf de la Wantzenau has been described as ”Florida in Alsace” with fairways routed around a number of small lakes on a very flat landscape by architect Jeremy Pern and his assistant Jean Garaïalde.
Designed by Patrice Leglise in 1987, the 18-hole La Licorne layout at Château de Raray is set around a beautiful old 17th century listed building, complemented by the 9-hole Le Daguet course and a short 9-hole pitch and putt track called Le Faon.
The Hubert Chesneau-designed L'Aigle (Eagle) is the challenging links-like understudy to the 2018 Ryder Cup course L’Albatros at the popular Golf National facility near Paris.
Golf & Tennis Club Marly & Fourqueux was formed in 1924 but the club was disbanded during World War II. In 1964, Fred W. Hawtree redeveloped the old disused course into a 27-hole complex for Golf & Country Club de Fourqueux.
Situated to the northeast of Auxerre, the course at Domaine de Roncemay celebrated 25 years of operation in 2014. With more than half the fairways carved through a forest of oak, beech and birch trees, there’s certainly a premium to be placed on accuracy here.
Founded in 1897, Golf de Dieppe-Pourville is one of the oldest clubs in France and its original seaside 9-hole course was designed by Willie Park Jnr. Sadly, those holes are no longer in play and the modern day layout has moved inland, away from the cliffs, to its present location.
Established in 1934, Golf Club de Strasbourg now has three 9-hole courses in play – Jaune, Rouge and Blanc – thanks to an additional nine-hole circuit that was added by Donald Harradine in the late 1970s.