Golf National Course Olympic Venue

Olympic Games


1 x Men Event Event
1 x Women Event


Individual Stroke Play, with 60 players

The Golf National in Saint-Quentin-en- Yvelines, which is around 40 km from Paris, is one of the most prestigious golf courses in Europe. Owned by the French Golf Federation, it was designed as a permanent venue for the Open de France annual golf tournament and a national training facility. Following three years of construction work to transform 139 ha of flat land, the Golf National opened in 1991. Starting with a blank canvas, course designer Hubert Chesneau and consultant Robert Von Hagge sought to create a unique landscape with natural grandstands, a number of links-style bunkers and vast undulating fairways. The venue comprises a seven-hole training course and two eight- hole courses, including the “Albatros” – a highly complex, challenging 18-hole course used for major international competitions that was extensively renovated for the
2018 Ryder Cup.

The Golf National has long been committed to promoting sustainable practices – for instance, by collaborating with the French Ministry for the Ecological Transition – in a bid to enhance its environmental stewardship and protect
its heritage.

women men mixed

Practical info
41 KM south-west of the Olympic and Paralympic Village, Saint-Quentin- en-Yvelines (78)

Getting There

• RER line C
• Transilien train lines N and U
• Élancourt Hill
• Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
Velodrome and BMX Stadium
• Château de Versailles

32,720 – 2,720 seated and 30,000 standing NEARBY

Tourist Attractions
• Château de Versailles

Post 2024 Legacy
The Golf National will continue to host major national and international golf competitions.

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