Racing Club de France la Boulie
Designed in 1901 by Willie Park, the course of La Boulie was the first course to host the French Open in 1906.
One of the most prestigious private clubs in France it is extremely competitive having won numerous French National club
Championships and has won the European Cup on no less than 3 occasions. This famous club has had several Olympic medalists and World champions in many sports. La Vallee course is typically
parkland and very hilly, demanding strong technical skills..
Exclusiv'Golf de Courson
Four 9-hole course designed by Robert Von Hagge on 110 acres bordered by woods.
Eight lakes into the game of 14 holes, but are mostly roadside obstacles. Its inauguration was celebrated June 15, 1991 two years after the start of work. The master of light, architect Robert Von Hagge, made Courson one of his masterpieces.
Golf de Fourqueux
The Fourqueux Country Club re-opened its doors in 1962 with an 18 hole course inaugurated (then another 9 holes) on May 11th, 1963.
Fourqueux is a little garden golf course, very precious and hidden a few minutes from Paris where you will enjoy a perfect harmony between tradition and modern style.
This Par 71 is open to all golfers with a golf handicap of less than 28. Home of the Open de France since 1991, key stage of the calendar of the European Tour, the Albatros has hosted the thrilling matches of the Ryder Cup in September 2018.
The Albatross is a fair course. Be aggressive on the first 6 holes; take your chance to birdie at 12 and protect your score on the last holes that can challenge you, both in match play and stroke play.