The history of golf club Coudray has been written for over half a century now.
Along the river Seine, in the hollow of a large loop, the former estate of the Lords of Coudray and Count Jourdan (Empire Marshal) has become a golf course in 1960.
The architect Charles Kenneth Cotton, drew the path of the "Marronniers" golf course and its 18 varied holes in a beautiful shade facing the majestic forest of Rougeau.
Oaks and ancient charms mix with chestnut trees, plane trees, and birches to stake a slightly hilly course with well protected greens.
|Architect: ||Charles Kenneth Cotton |
|Course: ||27 holes (Par 71) |
|Type: ||Parkland, forest |
|Water in play: ||No |
|Trees in play: ||Yes |
|Driving range: ||Yes |
|Golf car: ||No |
|Electric trolley: ||No |
|Trolley: ||Yes |
|Email: ||email@example.com |
|Web : ||www.ngf-golf.com/exclusivgolf-coudray/le-golf/presentation/ |
|Office tel.: ||+33 1 64 93 81 76 |
|Tel. Pro-shop: ||+33 1 64 93 81 76 |
|Address: ||Avenue du Coudray,91830 Le Coudray Montceaux |