Golf d’Albi Lasbordes was one of a dozen designs that Pern introduced to the French golfing public during a prolific nine year period from 1986 to 1994...
The original course at Golf de Biarritz Le Phare, which was laid out by Tom and Willie Dunn in 1888, was one of the oldest on the European continent that was subsequently redesigned by Harry Colt in the 1920s...
With fourteen fairways routed through the Forest of Hallate in Picardy, the course at Exclusiv Golf Apremont is an early 1990s John Jacobs and Olivier Dongradi design that can be stretched to almost 6,400 metres from the tips.
The two 18-hole golf courses here may only have been in use for around half a century but collectively they’ve given Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche the reputation as one of the best tournament venues in France.
Tom Simpson originally laid out Les Chênes at Club du Lys Chantilly in 1929 during a busy period for the English architect who was working on a number of French projects around that time.
Golf de Wimereux is located a mere 20 kilometres from the Channel Tunnel and the course itself is routed across a finger of linksland adjacent to the English Channel.
Overshadowed to a large extent by the Marly course at Golf de Joyenval, the Retz course did manage to capture some of the golfing limelight in 2010 when it co-hosted the first two rounds of the one-off Vivendi Cup.
Pont Royal Golf Club opened for play in 1992 and it’s the only golf course in France designed by Seve Ballesteros.
The architect's brief at Golf de Sablé-Solesmes was to create a golf course “of the very highest quality, carefully planned down to the smallest detail...
Les Dunes opened for play in 1990 and it’s nestled on undulating terrain, hidden amongst the sand dunes of Mount Saint Frieux.