Paris, city of romance, culture, and world capital of gourmet cuisine, also offers the most prestigious golf courses in France.
With our head office located in Paris, we are not only here to greet you on arrival, but we also have local knowledge of what this city offers, to pass on to our customers. With France Golf Tours you will experience a varied golf itinerary, from the magnificent woodland course of Fontainebleau to the very demanding links of the Albatross National course, venue of 2018 Ryder Cup. We also include the famous Chantilly (Vineuil), French counterpart of the 'Royal & Ancient' and host of the French Open in the 1980s, where some of the world's most renowned golfers (Nick Faldo, Steve Ballesteros and Henry Cotton) tackled very difficult roughs, comparable to those of the British Open.
Off the golf course, experience the culture of the French capital, with a guided tour of the Eiffel Tower, Champs-Elysées, Saint Germain des Près, Montmartre and Arc de Triomphe, or take advantage of our local knowledge and explore quaint undiscovered places, before an evening show at Moulin Rouge or Lido.
For sport enthusiasts, we can also arrange a six nations rugby match, Arc de Triumph horse race or French Tennis Open.
View our suggested Golf in Paris itinerary
Arrival at Paris CDG airport - Welcome by France Golf Tours - Transfer to your hotel in Chantilly (30 mn) According to arrival time: Suggested visit of Senlis, a small medieval town renowned for its very old cathedral with its original stained glass windows.
Lodging at Chateau Montvillargenne, a prestigious Anglo Norman style chateau hotel built dating from the 19th century, surrounded by a superb park.
Golf at Chantilly (old) golf course, regularly ranked among the top ten courses in Continental Europe, designed by Tom Simpson, and venue of the French Open in the 80's. Suggested visit of Château de Chantilly Musée Condé, a superb castle built by the owners of Chantilly since the Middle Ages, with Renaissance section of the castle, and featuring the finest museums of historical paintings in France, after the Louvre in Paris.
Lodging at Chateau Montvillargenne.
Transfer to Fontainebleau area. On the way: Golf at Cély golf course, a very elegant golf course located on flowering parkland with waterfalls and beautiful old oak trees. Its narrow fairways and manicured greens represent a great challenge.
Suggested visit of Barbizon, a charming village located close to Fontainebleau and cradle of pre-impressionism of the 19th century (with painters such as Millet, Rousseau, Corot, Diaz...). Monet, Sisley, Bazille...came to Barbizon to meet these painters and they founded the Barbizon school.
Lodging at Aigle Noir Hotel, a former private mansion of the 17th century, and nowadays a 3 star elegant hotel combining tradition and refinement located in the heart of imperial city.
Golf at Fontainebleau golf course. Set in the heart of the most famous sandstone forest, Fontainebleau golf course is a real gem designed by Tom Simpson at his best and has been ranked among the top ten courses in Continental Europe in 2001.
Suggested visit of Château de Fontainebleau which has been kings of France's castle for centuries. The renaissance rooms which are unique in France have retained their decoration of frescoes and stucco created by Italian artists in the reigns of Francis I and Henry II.
Lodging at Aigle Noir Hotel.
Transfer to Paris. Half day guided tour in Paris :
Suggested visits Saint-Germain des Près, the Medieval Paris with its maze of little streets, the spirit of philosophers from Descartes to Camus haunts the famous cafes such as Café de Flore as well as the many old bookstores settled at any street corner. Notre Dame Cathedral, a gothic masterpiece designed by Maurice de Sully erected between 1163 and 1345. The magnificent facades with its famous gargoyles and the gothic galleries make Notre Dame a medieval splendour. Montmartre, the home of many artists overlooking the French Capital. Its square La Place du Tertre still retains many painters from whom visitors will get their portrait and features traditional French restaurants around the magnificent Sacré Coeur Basilica.
Lodging at Saint James Hotel, a luxury neo-classical style hotel set in a private garden situated in the very exclusive 16th arrondissement close to the Champs Elysées and Arc de Triumph.
Golf at National Albatross golf course, a championship golf course, site of the French Open (part of the European PGA), and ranked by Golf Weekly Magazine as the 3rd best European professional tournament venue. National Albatross hosted the 2018 RYDER CUP.
Suggested Visit of Château de Versailles, residence of the French Kings, a royal palace with splendid apartments as well as magnificent gardens which are a perfect example of French landscape gardening.
Lodging at Saint James Hotel.
Free Sightseeing and shopping in Paris. Champs Elysées, Montmartre, Le Louvre Museum, Saint-Germain des Près, Notre Dame Cathedral, The Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe.
Enjoy a gourmet dinner, on board a yacht on the Seine river; A unique setting for a magical cruise along the Seine river through Paris by night famous spots such as Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, Saint Germain des Prés, etc.
Lodging at Saint James Hotel.
Transfer to Paris airport - Departure.
Price per golfer
Price per non golfer
- Lodging in a twin bedded or double room
- Daily buffet breakfast
- 4 rounds of golf with pre-booking of tee times
- Cruise dinner on a yacht (including wine)
- Vehicle and driver for all transfers as described in the program
- Museum Pass Paris (2 days)
- Availability of a professional guide for half day guided tour of Paris.
- Travel book including all travel documents and sightseeing suggestions
- Meet and greet service
- France Golf Tours assistance and services
- All local taxes
Not included :
- Meals, excepted those mentioned above
- Drinks, tips and other personal expenses
- Electric golf carts rental or caddies