Welcome to the Saint-Cloud Golf ClubInaugurated in 1913, the Saint-Cloud Golf Club is a private club with two 18 hole courses located near the towns of Garches, Rueil-Malmaison and Vaucresson, on the outskirts of Paris.
When looking down the 8th fairway of the Green course and the 18th fairway of the Yellow course you will enjoy magnificent views of Paris and the Eiffel Tower.
Designed by Harry Shapland Colt, the first real golf course architect, the Green course has hosted the French Open 14 times. It is also the traditional course for the Junior French International – the Esmond Cup.
The Saint-Cloud Golf Club holds one of the most successful women’s amateur team records: 26 victories in the French Championship.
The best French amateur players compete in the Saint-Cloud Grand Prix which on alternate years bears the name of either it’s founder, Henry Cachard or that of Jacques Petit-Le Roy, an excellent amateur player, club member, war-time resistant and envoy to Jacques Chaban-Delmas who was shot on the eve of the liberation of Paris at the age of 28.
The Saint-Cloud Golf Club, along with 21 other French golf clubs, is listed in the Rolex Guide of the 1000 best golf courses in the world.
But what makes the Saint-Cloud Golf Club so attractive over and beyond the practice of sport, is the sharing of common values, fair play, family spirit, fun and friendship.
Being a member of the Saint-Cloud Golf Club also means being able to take advantage of 3 tennis courts, a fitness room, a business centre, 2 billiards tables, a lively bridge club, and a truly amazing club-house…