Set within a pleasant parkland environment around fifty kilometres to the east of Paris city centre, the 18-hole Vignoly course at Domaine de Crecy is the only Arnold Palmer-designed layout to be found in all of France.
Monte-Carlo Golf Club dates back to 1911, when Willie Park Junior fashioned the club’s original 18-hole course. Starting in 1984, nine editions of the Monte-Carlo Open were held here, with Ian Woosnam winning the last three of these popular professional events.
La Mer is the championship golf course at Omaha Beach, hosting two editions of the now defunct Open de France Senior tournament in 1994 and 2004.
Le Golf Parc Robert Hersant is named after the late media magnate who died two years before the course opened in 1998. With plenty of trees, water and sand in play, this is a tough track when tackled from the championship tees.
Designed by Cabell Robinson, a former associate of Robert Trent Jones Snr, the course at Golf de la Grande Bastide lies close to Grasse, the town that’s world famous for its perfumes...
The impressive 36-hole facility at Golf du Prieuré was designed by Fred W. Hawtree in the mid-1960s. The Ouest is longer and more challenging than the Est course therefore it’s regarded as the premier 18-hole layout at a splendid parkland amenity.
Situated to the southeast of the Disneyland Paris theme parks and hotels at Magny-le-Hongre, the Rouge and Bleu nines at Disneyland Paris form what’s generally regarded as the most challenging 18-hole course at the resort’s 27-hole golf complex.
Donald Steel returned to the Dordogne to add nine holes to the Château des Vigiers layout in 2008. “Les Vignes” and “Le Lac” combine to form the original 1987 18-hole course, with “La Valèe” the newer third loop.
Located within a wonderful nature reserve on an elongated island between the mighty River Rhine and the Grand Canal of Alsace, the 18-hole Donald Harradine-designed course at Golf du Rhin has been enchanting golfers ever since it first opened in 1969.
Co-designed in the late 1980s by Robin Nelson and Thierry Huau, the course at Golf du Champ de Bataille occupies a hilly woodland site to the south of Rouen in Normandy. Jean Manuel Rossi has since redesigned the layout.