Le Golf National (Albatros course) and Golf de Saint-Nom-La-Brèteche (Red Course) are the two courses that will be used for the championships.
Le Golf National (Albatros course)
With slick greens, vast undulating fairways with innumerable links-style bunkers and the spectacular final four holes surrounded by water hazards, the Albatros course is recognised as one of the best championship courses in Europe. It receives high praise from both pros and amateurs. The course combines the traditional feel of a links with the modern features of target golf.
Le Golf National has hosted the French Open since 1991, it was the site of the 2018 Ryder Cup and will also play host to the Olympic Games Paris 2024.
Hole-by-hole information may be found on Le Golf National’s website.
Saint-Nom-La-Brèteche (Red course)
The courses at Saint-Nom were designed in the tradition of the great Anglo-Saxon golf courses. Over the past 60 years, the courses have hosted numerous tournaments, included the prestigious Trophée Lancôme for 34 years. The courses are maintained to perfection.
Further information may be found on the Saint-Nom-La-Brèteche website.