The Seine runs through it

Golf de Saint Germain en Laye

78100 Saint-Germain-en-Laye

Golf Saint Germain en Laye

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Right in the heart of the forest at Saint-Germain-en-Laye, you will succumb to the charm of this golf club created in 1922. It has two courses, an 18-hole one and another with 9 holes, Both were designed by the English architect, Harry Shapland Colt.

Come and perfect your swing at the golf course of Saint Germain:

- The Grand Parcours: in the Saint-Germain forest, this course designed by Harry Colt is relatively flat but includes some installed features that add relief. The numerous bunkers play an important role; superbly designed and built, they are strategically positioned and number 116 in total.
- The Parcours des Genêts: a 9-hole course also designed by Harry Colt in 1922, with undulating greens that allow players of all levels to practise throughout the year.

Since its creation, the Golf de Saint-Germain has hosted the French Open 9 times, as well as a number of international tournaments attracting the greatest amateur and professional golfers. Federal, national and international competitions are held here every here.

The Golf de Saint-Germain is a private golf club reserved exclusively for its members on weekends and open to visitors on weekdays, from Tuesday to Friday.


How to get there?

The Seine runs through it

Route de Poissy

78100 Saint-Germain-en-Laye

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