Albatros: H.Chesneau, (consultant Von Hagge) - 1990
Oiselet: H.Chesneau - 1990
Aigle: H.Chesneau - 1991
The Albatross Course is benefiting from the expertise of European Golf Design whose senior design team is liaising with the European Tour and the French Golf Federation as planning commences for the
2018 Ryder Cup.
Location / How to get there
30km south of Paris
From Paris: Motorway A13 from Saint Cloud, then A12 ( to Rambouillet ), exit Guyancourt-Voisin le Bretonneux, then follow the Golf National signs, straight to Général de Gaulle round about.
From the Peripheric: Exit to Pnt de Sèvres, take N 118 to Chartres/Nantes exit Saclay. Then take CD 36 (to chateaufort/Guyancourt) and follow Golf National signes.
By Train: Information : 01 53 90 20 20
R.E.R C7 line to St Quentin en Yvelines station + Taxi
• Pitch and Putt, Tennis, Swimming pool
• Golf Tuition (Individual or collective lessons)
L' Albatros - a mixture of US target golf and Scottish links in a "stadium" setting - has been acknowledged as one of the finest championship courses in Europe by both professionals and amateurs. Host to the French Open, it has also been nominated as a Ryder Cup venue. L'Aigle is a less exacting alternative to the Albatros with its wide fairways, few bunkers and very good greens.