It was in 1990 that was inaugurated the Golf National in Guyancourt at west of Paris. Designed to welcome the Open de France, they realized there three courses, the Albatros, the Eagle and the Birdie. The Albatros which hosted the Open de France in 1991 was designed as a stadium where spectators could easily follow the players. The holes are gripped between very large mounds. The play is a challenge that is made even more difficult today as it has been remodeled over time into a top international course which hosts the famous 2018 Ryder Cup.
From the 1st hole the tone is given, a band fairway squeezed between bunkers and water with a substantively island’s green; No. 2 is in the same vein, Par3 of 195m to play above the water ... All holes are not so, but as you guess, you play on a course as do the world's greatest champions. Expect then a real game of golf with many traps, fairways winding like snakes, twisting greens with sharp slopes, diabolical green attacks as at No. 13. Stay right and keep forces for the last four holes from No. 15 to No. 18, where it will not matter to rest...
On the Eagle, you are on a links, true natural with its rolling fairways, large greens and well drawn roughs. It's someway the Albatros "little brother". Play on it for practice the day before or the next day to forget ...
Manager : Paul ARMITAGE
Staff : Christophe, Caroline, Virginie, Aneu, Julie
Pros : Vincent COUSIN, Sébastien RUSSIER, jean-Pierre MARZELLE, Amine BOULAHNA, Stéphane HOUSSA, Fabrice LE RAL
Albatros course : 18 holes, Par72, 6300m
Aigle course : 18 holes, Par71, 5961m
Oiselet course : 9 holes, Par32, 1955m
Architect : Hubert Chesneau
Albatros course LS 90€ - HS 125€
Aigle course LS 50€ - HS Week 57€ - WeekEnd 67€
Restaurant Le Pitch
Restaurant Novotel Café
Restaurant Le Club House
Golf school - Training
Ryder Cup Experience
To rent : clubs, cars, trolleys