Le Golf National L'Albatros (Le Golf National)
This is a real gem of a French golf course where good course
management is the key to a successful round. Combining the
traditional feel of a links with the modern features of
target golf, it is now the host of the French Open and
offers a truly memorable 18 holes.
The greens are the biggest challenge as they have been
expertly shaped around water features and sprinkled with
bunkers. This track requires you to use every club in your
bag making this a test of versatility as well as accuracy.
18 holes. Par 72. 6854 yards.
Le Golf National L'Aigle (Le Golf National)
Designed with all golfers in
mind, this course will test all who play. The wide fairways
allow you to make use of your driver, especially as there
aren't too many bunkers about. Like its counterpart, it has
a links feel to it and the hillocks and tufts of high grass
can cause a few problems. Overall it is an enjoyable round
that should allow you to play to handicap.
18 holes. Par 71. 6489 yards.
Le Golf National L'Oiselet (Le Golf National)
This 9 hole track has been
specially designed for practice and all kinds of "on-course"
situations are simulated. The narrow fairways require you to
use your "golfing brain" as placement is key, making this a
great introduction before stepping on to the club's main
9 holes. Par 32. 2197 yards.