Golf de Saint Germain is located to the West of Paris in the forest of St Germain. The club was originally founded in 1902 and their course was situated on the banks of the river Seine but in 1920 they moved to their present location when members grew tired of the river flooded their 18-hole layout.
A delightful parkland course that flows through avenues of majestic trees, St Germain is a thinking golfer's course where one must plot their way round the property, avoiding the strategically placed bunkers and steering clear of the trees that line every fairway and shelter every green.
Visitors tee times requests: Only from Tuesdays to Fridays!
Proper clothes are required on the course and at the clubhouse.
The green fee is 110 € for the licensees of the French golf federation and 132 € for the non licensees of the French Federation (ffgolf).
To play on the Grand Course, you need an handicap of 24 for men and 28 for women.
Les Genêts 2/2
Les Genets is a nine hole short course designed by Harry Colt in 1922. The gently sloping greens allow all levels of golfers to practice here.
Great course designed by Harry Colt... and you can find those signature bunkers, some good elevated greens than require an acurated shot.
Wide fairways and good greens, some of them with a lot of movement and several escape areas.
A course where you can enjoy a lot and tjat breathes history.
Gespielt am: 11 September 2020 Bewertung Datum: 2 Oktober 2020Handicap: 17.4
Grand ParcoursLes Genêts
Saint Germain was founded I the same year (1909) as Fontainebleau. The designer of the course was one of the great designers of the Golden Age Harry S. Colt. At the club there is the 18 holes Grand Parcours and a 9 hole short course Les Genets (6 par 3’s and 3 par 4’s) The short course is the first one of Colt I have played and is a perfect 1 hour warm up for the Grand Pa…
Gespielt am: 2 Oktober 2018 Bewertung Datum: 11 Dezember 2018Handicap: 9.2
Fantastic course idyllic situated in a wonderful forrest close to Paris. Very fair course where you se what you get. No water in play what so ever, flat without very much elevation, but even then great variation in the layout. One of the best courses in Europe.