DAY 1 arrival, renting vehicle and transfer to the hotel
DAY 2-x golf as requested
Day x check-out and return of your rental vehicle, departure



  • renting car or private transfers
  • x- nights in a deluxe double room – as requested
  • includes buffet breakfasts
  • x – green fees – as requested
  • includes local taxes
  • mandatory repatriation insurance

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  • travel insurance
  • meals not mentioned
  • personal expenses
  • practice balls not included in the green fee
  • rental of golf equipment
  • golf carts
  • golf transfers ( hotel concierge services)

Golf National – The Albatros Course

The Albatros course at Le Golf National is an 18 hole golf course designed by the architects Hubert Chesneau and Robert Von Hagge in collaboration with Pierre Thevenin. It is located in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, Paris, France. It took three years to build from July 1987 to October 1990. It was opened on 5 October 1990 by Roger Bambuck, Minister of Youth and Sports. Le Golf National was the venue for the 1991 Open de France, the oldest national open in Continental Europe, and it has been held there every year since except on two occasions. It has been selected to host the Ryder Cup in 2018. The course has a capacity for 80,000 fans.

The Albatros (Albatross) is the main championship course with a par of 72 and measuring 7315 yards. The Aigle (Eagle) course is a par 71 course measuring 6224 yards. There is also a short 9 hole, par 32 Oiselet (Birdie) course.

Pro shop yes
Driving range yes
Pitching green yes
Putting green yes
Caddies yes
Clubs yes
Length 5835 m
Par 72
Architect Hubert Chesneau, Robert Von Hagge

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