Exceptional golf courses in France

  • Evian Resort

    Evian Resort

    © Evian Royal Resort

  • The Riou course in Terre Blanche

    The Riou course in Terre Blanche

    © Terre Blanche

  • The Medoc Golf Club

    The Medoc Golf Club

    © Golf du Médoc

Exceptional golf courses in France

Le Golf National

This top-notch resort in Ile-de-France has two 18-hole courses and one 9-holer, and is host of prestigious tournaments like the Alstom Open de France. It also has a renowned training centre - the ideal setting for studying the intricacies of golf. What's more, in 2018, the Golf National will host the Ryder Cup for the first time ever in France. An international course that is a must for any golfer!

Le Golf du Medoc Hotel & Spa

This is a true resort à la française, with a 79-room 4* hotel, two 18-hole golf courses listed among the most beautiful in France, a spa, two restaurants, two bars, meeting rooms...  A refined blend of golf, gastronomy, tastings and relaxation only 20 minutes from Bordeaux and the Mérignac airport.

Terre Blanche

This luxurious 300-hectare resort combines the authentic charm of Provence with Riviera chic.  Designed by architect Dave Thomas, these two courses attract golfers of all levels who are searching for a challenge, what with the Le Château at 6,616 meters long, and Le Riou at 6,005 meters.  A lesson at the prestigious training centre will help you enhance your skills.

Evian Royal Resort

A gem at the heart of 19 beautiful green hectares, the Evian Royal Resort proposes two hotels among the most beautiful in Europe: the 5* Royal Hotel and the 4* Ermitage Hotel. Its private golf course is legendary and home to the Evian Championship. Its Evian Masters Training Centre is the only golf concept of its kind in the world.

Domaines de Saint Endréol

Located between Provence and the Riviera, this renowned 18-holer along the Endre River has superb scenic views.  Players of all levels can tackle this course, then stay in one of Domaines de Saint Endréol's 35 suites, in the heart of a preserved site with swimming pool. 

Golf de Biarritz le Phare

The 5,402-meter long 18-hole Golf de Biarritz le Phare was built in 1888 by architect W. Dunn, in a prestigious setting right in the heart of Biarritz.  Today, it is a pillar in France's golf history and representative of the Basque Country's sporting tradition. 

Le Domaine de Divonne

In the middle of a 65-hectare park, surrounded by century-old trees between mountains and a lake, the Domaine de Divonne is the ideal setting for holidays or your next weekend getaway.  The panoramic view at this 18-hole course has been generating most favourable comments from golfers since 1931.

Le Golf du Touquet

In an exceptional natural environment between sand dunes and a forest, the Golf du Touquet has three courses and is one of the most beautiful golf clubs in Europe.  Since 1904, it has played a great contribution to the popularity of the French Opal Coast seaside holiday area, now only two hours from Paris.

Golf Barrière de Deauville

Designed in 1929 by Tom Simpson, Normandy's magnificent Golf Barrière in Deauville is located but 2 kilometres from the centre of town.  The 5951 metre long 18-hole course is a par 71, and has a 130 slope and a 72,3 SSS.   The nine holes designed by H. Cotton in 1964 are 3035 metres long and par 36.

Domaine de la Bretesche

On this huge 200-hectare estate, a forest of century-old trees surrounds a rhododendron-filled park, bordering the fairways of a superb 18-hole course. The Golf de la Bretesche leads you through the woodland, on a high quality course playable year-round.