Inaugurated in 1913, the Saint-Cloud Golf Club is a private club with two 18-hole courses, located in the cities of Garches, Rueil-Malmaison and Vaucresson, just outside Paris.
From the fairways of the 8th hole on the Green course and the 18th hole of the Yellow course, players have a magnificent view of the Eiffel Tower and over the city of Paris.
Designed by Harry Shapland Colt, the first real golf course architect, the Green course has hosted the French Open on 14 occasions. It is also the course on which the French Junior International Championship – the Esmond Cup – is traditionally held.
|Architect:||Harry Shapland Colt|
|Course:||Green (18 holes, 5936m; Par 71) and Yellow (18 holes, 4877m; Par 68)|
|Water in play:||No|
|Trees in play:||Yes|
|Office tel.:||+ 33 1 47 01 01 85|
|Address:||60 rue du 19 janvier, 92380 Garches|
Lat : 48.85294794461638
Long : 2.188382148742676