Hossegor is the perfect venue for golf and it is reminiscent of the sparkling heathland courses, which are in abundance to the west of London.
Golf de Moliets is set in amongst the pines of Landes in a thoroughly agreeable and most natural setting.
If you like variation, entertainment and interesting holes, Barbaroux is the course for you. Nobody could ever accuse it of being boring.
The golf course at Evian dates back to 1904, when the Société des Eaux Minérales d’Evian commissioned Willie Park Jr. to construct a 9-hole layout on a wonderfully scenic site overlooking Lake Geneva.
The “Black Knight”, Gary Player designed the Taulane layout, which is set on some 120 hectares and opened for play in 1992 to critical acclaim.
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.