The Green and Black course (Vert & Noir) is widely considered to form the better layout, but the Lilac and Orange course (Lilas & Orange) is also a very solid test, albeit somewhat shorter in length.
Choose your tee box carefully as some of the two-shot holes can be brutal, especially playing into the prevailing wind.
Von Hagge created hills running alongside many of the fairways in a links-like style and this has created an interesting almost self-contained feeling to many of the holes. With enormous, multi-tied greens that are often well protected by bunkers, approach play is key to a good score here at Courson.
Let’s hope the greenkeepers are not feeling too wicked when you play, otherwise you can expect a few three putts or worse!
|Architect:||Robert Van Hagge (1991)|
|Course:||4 x 9 holes (6 combinations of 18 Holes)|
|Water in play:||Yes|
|Trees in play:||Yes|
|Golf car:||40 €|
|Office tel.:||+ 33 1 64 58 80 80|
|Tel. Pro-shop:||+ 33 1 64 58 80 80|
|Address:||Ferme de la Gloriette, 91680 Courson Monteloup|
Lat : 48.598669
Long : 2.127335