Travel a la carte
Come to the City of Lights and discover an absolute paradise for golfers who dream of playing the top ranked courses in Europe. Let us guide you through the most prestigious golf courses in France, including highly exclusive country clubs around the French Capital where very few golfers ever have the chance to play. Not only will we gain you access but at each course you visit you will be met by the golf manager. Off of the course, let us design one of a kind cultural, food and wine activities tailored to meet your specific requirements.
While visiting the French Capital take the opportunity to discover the region’s most renowned golf courses. With us you will gain access to some of the most exclusive country clubs in the world, normally off limits to non-members.
Paris has more golf courses than you might imagine, including some of the best in Europe. What could be better than playing on a golf course with a view of Eiffel tower or passing by the Château de Chantilly on your way to Mortefontaine, the most exclusive country club in France, ranked in the ‘Top 100 World Golf’ category?
Our team will meet you at the airport and welcome you with refreshments.
We will then transfer you to your hotel in downtown Paris where you can relax, before playing some of the most prestigious courses in Europe.
Have a light dinner at a French brasserie close to your hotel and enjoy a glass of wine.
You will be chauffeured to Saint-Cloud which is not only the closest golf course to Paris but also one of the oldest and most prestigious in the country.
Meet the golf manager at the historical club-house then, just like a member, you will have access to lockers where you can get ready to play the Championship course.
Green-keeping conditions are always exceptional at Saint-Cloud. The course is a challenging Par 71 designed by Sir Harry Colt.
After your round, take your seat in the restaurant and sample some of the local cuisine expertly prepared by the Chef.
After breakfast at the hotel, your chauffeur will drive you west of Paris to the immaculate Saint-Germain golf course. Only a lucky few ever get to play on this private course, which has played host to the French Open.
Have a coffee at the historical clubhouse and, weather permitting, enjoy the beautiful sun terrace.
After having been welcomed by the golf manager, warm-up at the driving range with your caddie.
Stop at the club-house for a light lunch before discovering Saint-Germain’s Championship course, Harry S. Colt’s 18-hole masterpiece, and play your best golf in fantastic surroundings before leaving this very exclusive place to head back to Paris.
Forty five minutes after picking you up from your hotel in Paris, your private chauffeur will drive you past the gorgeous Château de Chantilly before taking you to Chantilly’s ‘Old Course’ just outside the town. Founded in 1909, this beautiful 36-hole course has played host to numerous French Opens.
After a light lunch, play on the Championship ‘Vineuil’ course and experience a wonderfully challenging layout designed by Tom Simpson.
After your round, have a glass of champagne with the golf manager and drop by the pro-shop for a small souvenir of your time at Chantilly Old Course.
If you feel like it, continue your golf journey and play a couple of holes on the Longères Golf course.
Heading South of Paris with your private chauffeur, you will pass by the famous Château de Fontainebleau before visiting this private country club.
Hidden away in the forest, Fontainebleau golf course is a truly unique place with a historical 100-year-old club-house and mature trees on all the fairways.
At the club house, enjoy a fantastic lunch expertly prepared by the renowned Chef before teeing off on this beautiful parkland course designed by architect Tom Simpson.
After your round of golf, have a glass of cold Chablis and a couple of homemade appetizers before being transferred back to your hotel in Paris.
Relax at your hotel spa with a “Special Golf Back Massage”, before leaving for the airport with your private chauffeur.
It may be time to leave Paris but we’re sure that you will be back to play a couple more private golf rounds soon and maybe even challenge yourself on the Ryder Cup 2018 course at Le Golf National.