Lying just west/south west of Paris, Le Golf National was constructed to become the home of the Open de France which took place there for the first time in 1991. The purpose being clear, the architect of the Le Golf National courses Hubert Chesneau created the 18-hole Albatros course with an air of a stadium: a golf course able to receive great championships with ideal conditions for the players as well as the spectators and the media. Having moved around 2.2 million cubic meters of landmass, the Albatros‘ main challenge is the diversity of shots. The course has traits of a links course while demanding aggressive and bold on-target-playing due to the water hazards and bunkers.

While the Albatros Course is revered for its superior condition and strategically demanding layout, the 18-hole Aigle offers a gratifying game for all levels of golfers thanks to the wide fairways, few bunkers and very good greens on softly undulating grounds. For those still needing practice, Le Golf National has a third, 9-hole Oiselet Course ideal for training.

As the PGA gave its approval to hold the 2018 Ryder Cup, Golf National is not only receiving great accolades, it is absolutely determined to make the event the greatest it has ever hosted on the Albatros Course.


Albatros Course, Par 72, Hcp 24,5
M: 6,275 m, CSS 74.4, SL 155
W: 5,056 m, CSS 74.2, SL 134
Green fee: € 150

Aigle Course Par 71
M: 5,961 m, CSS 72.6, SL 124
W: 4,877 m, CSS 72.3, SL 118


Driving Range 136 range tees;
36 under cover Club rental.

Buggies: Club rental € 25 (set)

Green Fee:

in €
Weekdays 75
Weekend and holidays 90

Oiselet Course 30

Club rental 25 (set)
Caddie service 125 per round
Buggies 45

In general:

Guests welcome anytime
Soft spikes mandatory


2 Avenue du Golf; CS40549
78286 Guyancourt Cedex


Tel.: +33 1 30 43 36 00


Director: Paul-Ian Armitage

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