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Golf de Lésigny-Réveillon

Located on a 104-hectare estate to the east of Paris, 30 minutes from Bercy, the Golf de Lésigny is a green designed by the architect Michel Gayon for players of all levels.

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Description

Created in 1988, the Golf de Lesigny-Reveillon is the sort of green you’ll enjoy completing several times and where a return visit is always a pleasure. The three 9-hole Scottish-style courses surrounded by centuries-old trees offer the perfect place to enjoy a round of golf in total peace and quiet, while admiring the beauty of the natural environment.

Featuring wide fairways and deep bunkers, getting the little white ball in the hole is quite a challenge. Chipping, attack angles, the short game… you’ll find everything you need to make progress here!

A covered practice range with around a hundred stands also makes it possible to play whatever the time of year and at any time of day, being lit until 10 pm.

Situated near the State Forest of Notre-Dame and not far from the town of Yerres, you can discover the delightful Caillebotte property, synonymous with Impressionism. And to round off your day, there’s nothing like spending a night at the Hôtel Abbaye du golf de Lésigny housed in a building dating from the 12th century and overlooking the green.

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Access and contact

Ferme des Hyverneaux
77150 Lésigny

    Days and opening hours

    All year round between 8 am and 6 pm.

    Prices

    Facility

    • Car park

    Tour

    Spoken languages

    • French
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