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Culture, Art, Gastronomy, Wine and History

France is soaked in culture, art, gastronomy, history and scenery - making it a firm favorite for golfers and non-golfers alike. With over 550 golf courses in the region, the first of which dates back to 1856, the country’s vast geographical size provides a range of different terrains and climates makes it a fabulous golfing destination.

It is also host to the Ryder Cup 2018 at Le Golf National near Paris. It will be the biggest golfing event to be staged on mainland Europe since the Ryder Cup visited the Costa del Sol in 1997. Check out our suite of pre and post Ryder Cup extension tours all around France.

Our Hand-Picked Golf Recommendations
  • Champ de Bataille Golf Course

    Le Neubourg, Normandy Designer: Nelson & Huau

  • Champagne Golf Course

    Villers-Agron-Aiguizy Designer: Jean Claude Cornillot

  • Deauville Golf Course

    Deauville, Normandy Designer: Tom Simpson

  • Saint Emilion Golf Course

    Saint Emilion, Bordeaux Designer: Tom Doak

  • Médoc Les Châteaux Golf Course

    Le Pian-Médoc, Bordeaux Designer: Bill Coore

  • Reims Golf Course

    Reims, France Designer: Reims & Epernay

  • Médoc Les Vignes Golf Course

    Le Pian-Médoc, Bordeaux Designer: Rod Whitman

  • Lacanau Golf Course

    Lacanau-Océan, Bordeaux Designer: John Harris

  • Château des Vigiers Golf Course

    Monestier, Bordeaux Designer: Donald Steel

  • Etretat Golf Course

    Etretat, Normandy Designer: Christian Tessandier

  • Crecy Golf Course

    Brie, France Designer: Arnold Palmer

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