Best Golf Courses in France

People often ask which the best golf courses in France are. There is no possible answer to which course outdoes the other. All golf courses in France are extremely amazing, beautiful and interesting.

Les Borders Golf Course in Paris

At the heart of Loire Valley and amidst an ancient forest, the bordes golfing course offers an extraordinary experience in golf. There is a slight American touch in this golf course probably owing to the designer who was from Texas.  This course is most certainly the most challenging of the French course, especially from the back tees.  The lovely clubhouse fits perfectly in the French culture and provides a very unique experience.

The clubhouse is strategically located facing the 18th hole and perfectly fitted out to a high standard.  The staff, food and facilities are awesome.  The fairways are perfectly manicured and occupy a vast ground that makes the golfing experience unforgettable. Though a bit expensive, this is the best golf course in France and it is worth every euro spent

Le Golf National Golf Course near Paris

Situated 10 km from the palace of Versailles and 25km from the Eiffel tower, this golf course combines an incredibly great golf experience and great sites of Paris. This is the toughest golf course in France giving a great potential to host the two greatest teams for a match. Targeting to host the 2018 Ryder cup, the operator embarked on renovating the course for eight months and invested heavily in it. The French golf federation is targeting to making the stay at of golf fans a memorable one. To make the most out of their stay, there are extensive facilities such as a four-star Novatel hotel, spa, restaurants and much more.

Fontainebleau Golf Club

This course is one of the largest and most beautiful golf courses in France. The natural area’s geology comprises well-drained sandy soils and sandstone rocks which are risks or maybe reward depending. The course runs through the forest of oak and pine and deer are hard to miss in this well-conditioned forest. The fairways are particularly green with the rest of the course being left natural. Fontainebleau is without doubt among the best golf courses in France.

Golf De Morfontaine in the North of Paris

The golf course is built in a forest with a lot of heathers giving the golfing experience heaven. The soils are sandy which are generally suitable for golf. The golf experience is totally amazing and totally complemented by the clubhouse that gives that “home feeling”

Conclusion

France has got a wide variety of golf courses and has proven its prowess in golf by hosting the expected 2018 Ryder cup. No golf course is the best golf course in French because you will have different experiences for all the golf courses

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