Routed through La Coubre forest, Golf de Royan bears a striking resemblance to the courses at Woburn. There’s a fine collection of varied and memorable holes at this government run facility. Check out the view of the Cordouan Lighthouse on the 14th.
The 18-hole layout of first choice at l’Hôtel Barrière de Deauville comprises the 9-hole Rouge and Blanc nines, with the 9-hole Bleu as an additional playing option. The club hosted two editions of the French Open here in 1931 and 1956.
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.
Laid out within a beautiful wooded estate in the northwest suburbs of Paris, the course at Golf du Château de la Chouette is a new millennium offering from Robert Trent Jones Jnr. which is routed around several substantial water features.
With intimidating water hazards threatening at no fewer than thirteen of the eighteen holes at Golf de La Domangère, it’s easy to understand why this course is rated such a tough test from the back tees.
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.
Set out beside the Atlantic Ocean, the sandy-soiled fairways at Golf de Saint-Jean-de-Monts weave their way through a maritime forest before emerging into the open for what Martin Hawtree had described as “a true links finish”.
Situated an hour’s drive north of Paris city centre, the course at Golf de L’Isle Adam is a mid-1990s production from Ron Fream. The fairways are laid out within woodland and open country and water only ever intervenes at three of the holes.
Designed by Joan Dudok van Heel and first opened for play in 1990, the course at Aa Saint-Omer Golf Club has hosted an annual tournament for professionals on the European Challenge Tour since 2000.