The Champions course at the Evian Resort Golf Club is an 18-hole course (6,120 metres – 6, 693 yards, par 72) located in Evian-les-Bains, France. Its location on the shores of Lake Geneva, at the foot of the Alps, offers stunning views all the way round the course. It is one of the most beautiful golf courses in France.
Evian Resort Golf Club offers a venue fitting for the status of the Evian Championship and the talent of its champions, while also offering amateur players (minimum index:35) a course on which they can fully express their golf all year round.
“It’s a great course, pretty complicated. You really need to keep the ball on the fairway. The rough is pretty thick. The greens play fast, some of the putts can be really tricky. You have to think about a lot of things, but that’s what makes it a great course.” Lexi Thompson
The Lake Course is the Evian Resort Golf Club’s all-new second course located at the Academy, in Evian-les-Bains, France.
With 6 par-3s and a total length of 885 metres (968 yards), it offers a real alternative to the 18-hole course which each year hosts The Evian Championship.
Nestling in outstanding surroundings with breathtaking views of Lake Geneva, both beginners and experienced golfers can indulge in their passion in under 90 minutes.
Designed by architect Dave Sampson and named “The Lake Course”, it is technically challenging with tee boxes locations suited to all abilities and top-quality greens.
- Swimming Pool
- Pro Shop
- Hotel on site
- Guest Houses
- Conference Facilities
- Function Facilities
- Dogs allowed
Layout & Location
- Family orientated
- Business Club
- Members & Visitors Club
- Resort Course
|18 holes low season weeks||65,00€|
|9-holes low season weeks||45,00€|
|18 holes low season weekend||65,00€|
|9-holes low season WE||45,00€|
|18-holes middle season weeks||100,00€|
|18 -holes middle season weekend ||100,00€|
|18 holes high season week||120,00€|
|9-holes high season weeks||70,00€|
|18 holes high season weekend||120,00€|
|9-holes high season WE||70,00€|
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