Backed by the Seine in the hollow of a large loop, the former property of the lords of Coudray and Earl Marshal Jourdan Empire became a golf course in 1960.
Kenneth Charles Cotton, an architect, designed the course of its 18 holes and Chestnut varied in a beautiful shade and facing the majestic forest Rougeau. Oaks and ancient charms mingle with chestnuts, sycamores and birches to stake a slightly undulating course, with greens well protected.
The route offers a pleasant and varied technical challenge, where often, the power must give way to the intelligence of the game
In the early 70's will be created by the green keeper Peter Bouchez, 9 holes of La Guiche. Approaching the compact design of golf courses, it is more because it can accommodate beginner players by providing rapid access to the course. For golfers there is an ideal place to improve the short game