Welcome to our list of the best golf courses in France. Our experts' research means that you can now you can plan your trip to the continent with confidence
NCG TOP 100s
What makes Morfontaine so special is the unrelenting quality of the holes. This is categorically the finest course in Continental Europe.
Continental Europe and France
Les Bordes is a course of supreme luxury, exclusitively and mystery. It is tranquil and it is immaculate, but it is also unremittingly difficult.
The raunchy terrain of Fontainebleau enhances the wonderful experience at this venerable venue where no two holes resemble each other.
Chantilly is a woodland-parkland course that is as good as the leading course of that type in Britain and Ireland. Chantilly oozes class, and why wouldn't it?
Majestic long holes are the trademark of Golf du Medoc, a club that would not exist had its land suited cultivating the wine the region is famous for.
There are no sea views at Saint Germain, but the eccentric greens and their surrounds have a beauty of their own, as well as being so entertaining to play on.
Created by a Napoleonic general, owned by 007 and shaped by a titan of business - this is no ordinary destination.
If evidence was ever required as to the worth of a course undergoing a through renovation, Hardelot Les Pins would be a prime candidate.
La Mer is the premium offering at Le Touquet but is supported by La Foret and nine-hole Le Manoir. A wonderful French venue.
There are a handful of architects whose work will be of interest irrespective of its location and the promise of the site. Tom Doak is...