Head to the Golf des Yvelines near Paris for a green start with Madame Figaro!
The summer holidays are well and truly over Madame Figaro highlights one of our Parisian golf destinations that could help you get through the back-to-school season! Spotlight on the Yvelines golf course, very close to Paris in La Queue-Lez-Yvelines.
Just 30 minutes from the capital, this place offers a golf escape in an enchanting setting with a wooded park of 90 hectares with two courses (18 and 9 holes) perfectly maintained. A few deer may be invited on the green offering you a remarkable show. Also enjoy the restaurant of the Yvelines golf course where the chef offers traditional cuisine, made from fresh and seasonal products. During your lunch break on the terrace, you will appreciate the tranquility and the breathtaking view of the castle’s watercourse. The golf bar is also a place of sharing that is available to you if you just want to have a drink or a coffee in a stunning natural setting. At the end of summer, the Golf des Yvelines welcomes you with a mild climate and ideal playing conditions for all golfers who are looking for new challenges for the start of the school year!
The Yvelines golf course organizes beautiful competitions throughout the year. At the beginning of the summer, the Golf had the privilege of hosting the 36th Edition of the Madame Figaro Trophy! The Pro Am Madame Figaro is the essential competition of women’s golf bringing together for 36 years more than 2000 players from 0 to 36 index on the most beautiful golf courses in France. This competition is played in teams of 4 with 3 lovers and a pro in a friendly and elegant atmosphere. The last stage of the biggest French and European women’s competition took place at the gates of Paris to the delight of these golf players! After the game, the players were able to enjoy animations such as demos of the Honda e (automotive partner of electric car) which is also the brand that rewards the winners of the putting contest, or participate in a hair diagnosis offered by Leonor Greyl.