Discover the Haute Savoie and the area around Lake Geneva, an area of outstanding natural beauty. This is the perfect golfing destination for the most avid golfer. With many excellent golf courses within close proximity to each other. The courses, which are somewhat undiscovered, are never overcrowded. All this under clear Alpine skies and breath-taking mountain scenery.
Golf courses to suit all standards with many more to choose from than you might imagine. Evian, the home of the European Tour and Masters Tournament is just down the road. Organising your holiday is simple, just arrange your flight to Geneva sit back and we will do the rest.
Of course you are in the heart of the French Alps, with Switzerland a stone’s throw away, so there will be much more to do than just play golf. Boating or bathing on the banks of Lake Geneva, or sample many of the local restaurants and much much more.
Evian: 42-acre course at the foot of the Alps on the south bank of Lake Geneva. The Royal Golf Club, privately owned by the Domaine du Royal Club Evian, is the annual setting of one of the top international tournaments on the women’s professional circuit: the Evian Masters. This superb, technically demanding course provides breath-taking views over Lake Geneva and the nearby peaks of the French Alps.
Annecy: Situated on the Roc de Chere, crossing a nature reserve, the golf course stretches between Lac d’Annecy, Lanfon and La Tournette. This wooded course includes the odd blind hole – which require extremely accurate shots. Some holes have raised tees which offer magnificent views of the lake and mountains.
Drive des Gourmets Golf Competition is Méribel’s most prestigious golf competition of the year. This three day event combines golfing on the resort’s mountain course with gourmet wining and dining. Each day competitors enjoy a four course lunch half way round the 18 holes, and each evening the prize giving is accompanied with champagne and further gastronomic offerings.
For further information see here: Drive des Gourmets Golf
Also, take a look at this website: Golf in the Three Valleys