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The best golf courses in Paris

Updated: Sep 23, 2022

The best golf courses in Paris


France is home to several golf courses that are among the best in the world. Here is a list of some of the top golf courses in and near Paris, in case you've been aching to go out on the fairways.


Château d’Augerville

place du Château,

45330 Augerville-la-Riviere

02 38 32 12 07

This 18-hole course has a par of 72 and can be found amid a mature forest that spans 110 hectares and is located 25 kilometers away from Fontainebleau. The course, which was designed by Olivier Dongradi and has a variety of obstacles, including water hazards, among others. The lowest green fees of €29 are charged during the week during the low season, while the highest weekend round cost of €54 is charged during the peak season. The chateau offers a wide variety of additional activities, such as shooting and quadbiking, for guests to participate in.


Golf de Domont

Route de Montmorency,

95330 Domont

01 39 91 07 50

This 18-hole course has a par of 71 and is located 20 kilometers north of Paris in the Montmorency forest. It may be challenging at times since no two holes are identical. The 15th hole offers stunning vistas over one of the two lakes that are found on the course. In addition to it, there are two putting greens, a driving range, and a pitch and putt area. There is the opportunity to get coaching, and the clubhouse has both a restaurant and a bar.


Golf de Fontainebleau

Route d’Orléans,

77300 Fontainebleau, Seine et Marne

01 64 22 22 95


This 18-hole, par 72 golf course can be found in the forest of Fontainebleau. It has narrow fairways that are surrounded by mature trees, ferns, and lilac, and it is one of the oldest greens in all of France. In 2001, the readers of Golf European voted it the greatest course in the nation, and it still maintains a reputation for providing superior amenities among breathtaking natural settings.

Golf de Saint-Cloud

60 rue du 19 janvier,

92380 Garches

01 47 01 01 85


This exclusive club was established in 1911, is steeped in history, and has played home to the French Open no less than 14 times. There are two 18-hole courses: the parcours vert, which measures 5,945 meters and has a par 71, and the parcours jaune, which is 4,824 meters and has a par 67. The club is solely accessible to members and their invited visitors, except July and August when it is open to the public. On Mondays, the establishment is closed.


Golf Disneyland

Allée de la Mare Houleuse,

77700 Magny le Hongre

01 60 45 68 90


Although some purists of the game of golf would disagree, the fact is that the facilities at Golf Disneyland are more than sufficient. The three nine-hole courses that make up the Ronald Fream-designed course may either be played alone or in conjunction with one another to provide a more difficult experience. There is a putting green in the form of Mickey's head, as well as a driving range with 35 separate bays. In addition, the clubhouse has a bar, a café, and Goofy's Pro Shop, where you may purchase more golfing supplies and apparel.


Golf du Bois de Boulogne

Hippodrome d’Auteuil

75016 Paris

01 44 30 70 00


The Golf du Bois de Boulogne can be found at the Hippodrome d'Auteuil, which is located in the 16th arrondissement. It is not a full-fledged course, but rather a practice facility that allows players to hone their swing. In addition to it, there is a "crazy golf" section that has bunkers and greens. This is a public facility that is accessible to non-members; however, membership is available and grants access to the facility at a discounted rate.


Les Bordes

Les Petits Rondis,

41220 Saint-Laurent-Nouan

02 54 87 72 13


The 18-hole golf course at Les Bordes was established on land that was once used as a hunting estate by Baron Marcel Bich, the inventor of the Bic pen. The course was designed by Robert von Hagge. The tough wooded course has 7,062 yards in length, a par of 72, and was awarded Golfjournal's Travel Oscar for Best European Golf Course. This course is widely regarded as being among the best in France.


Check out the replicas of Rodin sculptures that are lined up along the road as you make your way into the building. One of them depicts the author Balzac slapping the back of his head with the heel of his palm in irritation as if he's just missed a putt.


Paris Golf & Country Club

121 rue du Lieutenant-Colonel de Montbrison

Rueil-Malmaison

01 47 77 64 00


Located two kilometers to the west of the Bois de Boulogne and with nine holes and a par of 35, this course is part of the Hippodrome de Saint-Cloud racetrack. In addition to the course, which has its fair share of bunkers and water hazards, there is also a big driving range with two hundred stalls, distinct sections for pitching and putting, two putting greens, and locations to practice bunker and chipping play.


During the summer, the golf course is open from 08:00 to 21:00, while during the winter it is open from 08:30 to 18:30. Swimming is only one of the many other sports that may be played at this club in addition to tennis, volleyball, basketball, and football.


Paris International Golf Club

2 ave du Golf,

78280 Guyancourt

01 30 43 36 00


The renowned Albatros course at Le Golf National, which was created by Hubert Chesneau and Robert Von Hagge, can be found near the ancient Chateau de Versailles. This long (almost 7,000 yards), clay-based, par 72 course is a hybrid between a target course and a links course. The course plays to a par of 72. In addition to having a reputation as one of the best courses in Europe, it has also served as the location for the French Open. There are three different courses available to pick from, but the majority of golfers go straight for the championship Albatros since here is where the real challenge is in store for them.


Vaucouleurs

Rue de l’église

Civry la Forêt

01 34 87 62 29


Vaucouleurs is located to the west of Paris and provides golfers with access to two very distinct courses: Les Vallons is a genuine links course that is 5,638 meters in length and has a par of 70, and La Rivière is a course that is typical for this region of France and is 6,138 meters in length and has a par of 73. This is the ideal golf course for those who like to play in the countryside, since it has an on-site bar, restaurant, and pro shop, and it is suitable for players of all skill levels.


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