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Le Golf National

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Presentation of the golf course Le Golf National

  • Playing 9 holes

  • Playing 18 holes

  • Pitch & Putt

  • Compact

  • Hubert Chesneau / Consultant Robert Von Hagge

Discover the French Golf Federation's National Golf Course. The Golf National is the golf course of the French Golf Federation. Discover the Albatros golf course which received the Ryder Cup 2018.  The Golf National is a member of the European Tour Destination network. It offers three courses. Two 18-hole courses: The legendary Albatros, which has hosted the French Open since 1991 and which will host the golf event at the 2024 Paris Olympic Games. The Aigle course whose layout and topography are reminiscent of seaside courses. The 7-hole training course, l'Oiselet.  The Golf National offers you training areas for small game on which you can work on all areas. Its driving range offers 40 covered hitting posts and a variety of targets for a fun and complete training. In addition to the training areas prepared in tournament conditions, Le Golf National offers you the possibility of receiving group or individual golf lessons given by qualified instructors trained in the latest technologies. To this end, an area is totally dedicated to you and thus you benefit from optimal learning conditions. Stay at the National Golf Club. If you are planning a golfing holiday near Paris, don't hesitate to discover the accommodation and golf offers at Golf National. You will find a 4-star Novotel Hotel Novotel which offers more than 130 rooms and 10 meeting rooms for your business seminars, only 10 kilometres from the Château de Versailles and 30 kilometres from Paris. In addition, you will find a bar and a restaurant on site to make the most of your stay at the Golf National.

The national golf course no longer takes reservations by telephone


  • Driving range

  • Equipment rental

  • Indoor driving range

  • Putting green

  • Golf cart

  • Golf workshops

  • Proshop

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