Golf d’Ormesson

The Golf d’Ormesson was one of the very first golf courses to be created in France, only 15km from Paris. Come and explore this amazing course, the 18th-century castle next door, and the incredible surroundings.

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A family golf course

Count Waldimir d’Ormesson built the Golf d’Ormesson course in 1925. Although destroyed during the Second World War, it was revived in the 1960s and given a new lease of life thanks to the work of English architect C.K. Cotton.
Come and rediscover your love of golf on the 18-hole course, surrounded by rolling woodland and suitable for all levels. Alternatively, you could head to the perfectly-maintained driving range and putting green to perfect your game and technique.

Enjoy majestic surroundings and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere at this family-run golf course next door to the Château d’Ormesson, which is a listed historical monument. A game of golf here is good for the soul!

After you’ve got your hole in one, there’s nothing better than celebrating at the Restaurant du Golf, where chef Ludovic Haudry whips up delicious food with fresh ingredients.

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Access and contact

Chemin du Belvédère
94490 Ormesson-sur-Marne

    Days and opening hours

    Every day throughout the year. Closed on Tuesday.




    Spoken languages

    • French
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