Set within a wonderful 27-hole resort in the Bandol wine region of Provence, the Ron Fream-designed Frégate course at the Dolce Frégate Provence resort overlooks the shimmering waters of the Mediterranean Sea.
The signature hole at Les Domaines de Saint Endréol Golf & Spa Resort is without doubt the spectacular downhill par three 13th, played to a peninsula green that juts out into the River Endre.
Nîmes Campagne is located in the South of France on hilly heavily wooded terrain. The clubhouse dates back to 1902 and it was built by its former owner as a miniature replica of the White House in Washington.
Measuring 6,005 metres from the back tees, Le Riou course at Terre Blanche Hotel Spa & Golf Resort is considerably shorter than its sibling, but no less challenging, with tree-lined fairways laid out in the higher reaches of the hilly landscape.
Pont Royal Golf Club opened for play in 1992 and it’s the only golf course in France designed by Seve Ballesteros.
Golf International de Grenoble Bresson at Bresson is one of just a handful of Robert Trent Jones Jnr designs to be found throughout France...
The 18-hole layout at Le Golf de la Bresse is laid out in a wonderful rural location, extending to more than 200 acres of a nature preserve. In such a tranquil setting, the course finds itself in complete harmony with its surroundings.
Situated on the edge of the Camargue region in the south of France, Les Flamants Rose at Golf de la Grande Motte is a Robert Trent Jones Snr design from the late 1980s which brings small lakes and ponds into play at many of the holes.
Monte-Carlo Golf Club dates back to 1911, when Willie Park Junior fashioned the club’s original 18-hole course. Starting in 1984, nine editions of the Monte-Carlo Open were held here, with Ian Woosnam winning the last three of these popular professional events.
Designed by Cabell Robinson, a former associate of Robert Trent Jones Snr, the course at Golf de la Grande Bastide lies close to Grasse, the town that’s world famous for its perfumes...