Golf Trip to Paris: Exclusive Courses & Luxury Accommodation

All Square has planned the perfect itinerary for a golf vacation to Paris. You’ll get to play at five of the most private and exclusive golf clubs in France and stay at first-class hotels close to the heart of the city. 

More than just a golf trip, you’ll be visiting one of the world’s greatest cities where you can soak up the Parisian atmosphere, enjoy world-class shopping and dining and visit incredible attractions.

Arrival airport: Paris-Charles De Gaulle, about 10km north of central Paris or Orly Airport, which is 17km south of the city.

1: Le Golf National: Albatross Course 

Getting there

Le Golf National is around 10km south-west from central Paris, so only a short drive.

The Course

The Albatross Course at Le Golf National found worldwide fame when it hosted the Ryder Cup in 2018 which Europe won 17.5-10.5 points over the USA. It’s a demanding course of great diversity, with links and target-golf characteristics. The greens are tricky, protected by several water hazards and strategic bunkers. The course been chosen to host the European Amateur Championship in 2021, The Eisenhower Trophy in 2022 and the Olympic Games golf tournament staged in Paris in 2024.

2: Golf de Fontainebleau

Getting there

Golf de Fontainbleau is only around 40km south of Paris, about an hour by car.

The Course

Originally designed by legendary architect Tom Simpson, Golf de Fontainebleau is set in secluded woodland within a walled boundary and is one of the most prestigious golf clubs in France. It’s kept in pristine condition and is a must-play on any golf trip to France. It’s not that long, but it’s a challenging layout with well protected tight greens and over 100 bunkers. There’s a lovely Scottish-style clubhouse and the stunning scenery will last long in the memory. 

3: Paris International Golf Club

Getting there

Paris International Golf Club is only around 20km north of Paris, around 30 minutes in a car.

The course

Jack Nicklaus designed this great course at Paris International Golf Club, his only design in France. It’s a highly manicured course built across hilly terrain and features plenty of water, especially at the par 3 13th where there’s a large pond and waterfall. The par 5 18th also plays to an island green and is a great downhill finishing hole to the fantastic clubhouse, which features an indoor pool and gym. 

4: Morfontaine Golf Club

Getting there 

Morfontaine Golf Club is about 40km north of Paris, around an hours’ drive.

The course

Morfontaine Golf Club has two courses, Le Grand Parcours (The Grand Course) is the 18-hole course and there’s Vallière, the nine-hole option. The 18-hole course is among Europe’s finest and is ranked by All Square as the fifth best in Continental Europe. Tom Simpson was behind the original design and more recently Kyle Phillips has lengthened it for the modern era. It’s a beautifully natural and secluded heathland course of gentle undulations and tree-lined fairways. It’s a real challenge though with plentiful bunkering and sloping greens.

5: Golf de Chantilly – Old Course

Getting there

Golf de Chantilly is about 40km north of Paris, around an hours’ drive.

The course

The Old Course at Golf de Chantilly is a fantastic tree-lined layout which has hosted the French Open on 10 occasions. It has an old-fashioned almost British feel with a quaint clubhouse, and the whole place has been likened to Sunningdale, arguably England‘s best course. Another design from Tom Simpson, this is a real challenge and requires brain more than brawn. Placement is key on the beautiful fairways. 

Hotels

Le Mathurin: This luxury four-star hotel is located in the prestigious La Madeleine district in the heart of Paris. There’s 54 rooms and suites, a stylish bar, and a spa with Turkish and whirlpool baths. There’s a buffet breakfast each morning and a sumptuous lounge bar. Prices start at around €150 a night.

Le Mathurin is perfectly located to play at Le Golf National, around 10km away. Golf de Fontainbleau is around 40km south, around an hours’ drive away. 

Hyatt Regency Chantilly: This luxury four-star hotel is set amongst woodland and the Nonette river which runs through the grounds. There are 211 guest rooms including 14 luxury suites housed among eight buildings. There’s two high-quality restaurants and a bar, a gym and a spa which features a solarium, two saunas and an indoor swimming pool. Prices start at around €120 a night.

This hotel is located around 20km north-east from Paris International Golf Club, so only about half an hour away. It’s also only 10km from Morfontaine Golf Club, so only a short drive, and less than 3km from Golf de Chantilly.

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Paul Strand
Paul Strand
1 month ago

Isn’t Morfontaine private

Mark Norwood
Mark Norwood
1 month ago

Looks fantastic. How do we get more information?

Maria
Admin
1 month ago
Reply to  Mark Norwood

Good morning Mark,

Thank you for the enquiry! We have contacted you via email regarding this trip.

Looking forward hearing from you!

ZIVY gérard
ZIVY gérard
1 month ago

Very good trip. Lucky to have been gable to include Morfontaine… how did you manage??

Chris
Chris
1 month ago

Where do I sign?

Yen Vu
Yen Vu
1 month ago

pls let me know how much costs the package.

Maria
Admin
1 month ago
Reply to  Yen Vu

Good morning Mr. Vu,

Thank you for the enquiry! We have contacted you via email regarding this trip.

Looking forward hearing from you!

Thibault Fontaine
Thibault Fontaine
1 month ago

Where is the link to book this trip?

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