Those that make the trip to the lovely island of Corsica to play the famous Spérone course will have one of the most unforgettable golfing experiences of their lives.
Royal Mougins, open since 1993, reposes in a secluded valley near the town of Mougins and a short drive from Cannes.
Villette d’Anthon was one of the first and biggest golf developments in the Rhone region and the championship Sangliers course at Golf Club de Lyon was built in 1991.
Located just a few miles inland from the famous Promenande de la Croisette in Cannes, the fairways of the Cannes Mougins Golf & Country Club nestle in the foothills of the Southern Alps...
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.
One of half a dozen French golf projects that Robert Trent Jones II has been involved in, Saint Donat is a tree-lined parkland course that’s laid out over undulating terrain in two returning 9-hole circuits.
It’s true to say Les Vignes has had to live in the shadow of an older sibling which has hosted a French Open (in 1989) but the course is now maturing into one that’s finding its rightful position...
Limère is a modern, thoughtfully designed Cabell B. Robinson layout which opened for play in 1992 and can be enjoyed equally by golfers of all abilities.
Grand Duke Michael Mikhailovich of Russia founded one of the oldest golfing layouts in France, the Old course at Cannes-Mandelieu in 1891.
Pleneuf-Val Andre is not long, measuring a little less than 5,900 metres from the tips, but the trick here is to keep keep the ball in play, wrestle with the fickle wind and negotiate many uneven lies.