In North East France, combine golf with history, authenticity and Champagne
In Nord-Pas de Calais
The wind is responsible for the landscapes in Nord-Pas de Calais, and it is this same wind that has created some of the most remarkable technical feats in golf. Amongst sand dunes and pine forests, this region creates a well-balanced harmony between players and nature. The Touquet Golf is one of the most beautiful European sites. Located between dunes and forests, it is composed of three courses, two of which are 18-holers, and greatly contributes to the popularity of the French Opal Coast's seaside holiday area.
A land of cathedrals, there are nonetheless 21 golf courses in Picardy, the sport having planted roots in the region a long time ago. Compiègne, in Chantilly, is the ideal place to combine leisure and culture. From its exceptional wooded estate, the Club du Lys Chantilly offers a number of services and a range of sporting activities for you and your children, including two 18-hole golf courses.
The Champagne-Ardenne region has eight golf courses. Begin at one of the last forts of the Maginot Line, where a highly technical course with water hazards and bunkers await golfers seeking a challenge. Between lakes and forests, not far from the Champagne vineyard, combine the pleasures of golf with the region's renowned art de vivre. On the edge of the sumptuous Aumont Forest, play a round at the Toyes la Cordelière Golf Club, an 18-hole course with valleys, water obstacles and century-old trees.
The Lorraine region is a lively mix of radiant nature, deep-rooted traditions, culture, refinement, and a rich, authentic gastronomy. Add to this 17 golf courses in beautiful settings and you have everything needed to captivate players of all levels! Only ten minutes from the centre of Metz, the Garden Golf de Metz Technopole stands out for the originality of its triangular basins. It welcomes players of all levels, allowing the more experienced to fully savour their round of golf while beginners evolve in the best of conditions.
Wealthy with courses that surprise by their quality and variety, Alsace also seduces with its other treasures: its famous Wine Route, numerous museums and castles, one-of-a-kind gastronomy, and more. For nature lovers, the 18-hole Golf de Lalargue combines athletic challenge of all levels with relaxation in a peaceful setting.
Burgundy, a region filled with history and art de vivre, boasts some twenty golf courses, making partaking in stimulating activities easy. Only ten minutes from Dijon, amidst the Burgundy vineyards, the Golf de Dijon-Bourgogne is a relaxing 18-holer. Each year, this competition course praised by the specialised media welcomes an event of the men's European Alps Tour circuit, the Trophée des Managers, the Jacques Laffite Classic and the Trophée des Grands Crus.
This region is known for its varied landscapes, from the Vosges Massif to the Jura Mountains, passing by numerous lakes and forests. Franche-Comté also accounts for 11 fabulous golf courses. In Jura, at the foot of Revermont, the Golf Hôtel Resort du Val de Sorne offers many great reasons to come relax here with friends, family or colleagues. One of the most beautiful 18-hole courses in France, it is enlivened with obstacles naturally created by the Jura terrain, such as water hazards, bunkers...