We have listed a few popular sample French golfing itineraries below. The purpose of this page is to provide a little more information for those interested in a golf trip to France by highlighting groups of courses that make sense to include on one itinerary. Please know that if you choose to book a trip with us, your group’s itinerary will be created from scratch so that every aspect of your trip is custom-tailored to your group’s needs.
Paris will be the focal point of the golfing world when it plays host to the 2018 Ryder Cup. The City of Light offers the chance to see and experience one of the world’s most beautiful and culturally dynamic cities as well as play an impressive line-up of golf courses, including the world top-20 layout at Morfontaine as well as Le Golf National’s Albatros Course that is set to host the Ryder Cup.
The glamorous French Riviera is known for its luxurious waterfront accommodations, sandy beaches and classy casino-driven principality of Monaco. The area caters to beach-goers and gamblers but there is more than enough championship golf to whet the appetite of those hoping to hit the links, including two of Frances best layouts at Terre Blanche and Prince de Provence.
There may be no better to place to unwind after a day on the links than southwest France’s wine-producing hub of Bordeaux. It is hard to go wrong when a glass of fine wine is always within reach but we suggest starting your golfing itinerary with the courses at Medoc and Seignosse, which are visually very different but both perfectly capture the beauty of the area.