A couple of kilometres inland from the Bay of Biscay lies one of France’s most beautiful and most challenging golf courses. Hidden in the forest amongst the Cork Oak and pine lies the stunning Seignosse.
The original design at Les Aisses was modern and occasionally eccentric, but Hawtree Limited changed all that in 2010 and the golf course now harks back to the Golden Age.
20 miles to the west of Paris at Guyancourt, surrounding the Chateau of Versailles – once home to Louis X1V – lies Golf National's stadium styled Albatros course.
Golf de Chiberta is a monument to one of the world’s greatest architects, Tom Simpson, and it is also one of the few links courses on the French Atlantic coastline.
The Kempferhof is one of the toughest challenges in the Alsace region. Robert von Hagge designed the course and it opened for play in 1989.
The course at Grand Saint-Emilionnais Golf Club is Tom Doak's first Continental European design, which is set within a UNESCO World Heritage site in the wine producing countryside near Bordeaux.
Belle Dune nestles perfectly within some of the finest dune land in Europe, a stone’s throw away from the sea.
The fairways at Golf de Granville date back to 1912, when a number of somewhat primitive golf holes were first laid out by local golfers amongst the Bréville dunes on France’s Atlantic coast...
The Green and Black (Vert & Noir) course is widely considered to form the better layout at Golf du Stade Français Courson...
There have been 14 French Opens held at Saint-Cloud since 1926 – the last of them in 1987, when Jose Rivero won the competition...