Completed 70 years ago, in a hilly landscape with ancient trees, this 18-hole championship has been immediately
classified among the finest french courses through his authenticity. Here Floyd Ballesteros, Arnold Palmer, Johnny Miller, Tom Watson or Mark O'Meara have all tasted the subtle difficulties of each hole as for drives, approach shots or putts. Since Nakowski, in the late '20s, until Harradine in 1963 and most recently Antoine D'Ormesson, the architects have succeeded to design and improve the layout of the course. The clubhouse includes a restaurant and Le Pavillon du Golf offers a wide terrace facing the Mont-Blanc.
18 Holes Par 72 Distance : 6030 m
An additional attraction of the course is the way it follows the natural undulatings of the landscape. High technical level, it offers the added benefit to start and finish with Par 3. There are six Par 3, six Par 4 and six par 5 sprinkled with water hazards.