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Top Golf Courses

For those of you who never leave home without your golf clubs, 2023 would be a good time to consider a stay in Burgundy.
We have found a selection of 18 holes all over rural Burgundy to make you feel like Rory McIlroy! 
And how about if trying them all could be an opportunity to stay a few days longer in this historic region?

Domaine du Roncemay
1 between Dijon and Paris

Golf de Roncemay 

Created in 1989, this 6,219-metre course will take you through century-old oak trees alongside ponds and forests. 

  • Here, the team works to respect the environment and the course adapts to nature's changes.
  • Golfer or not, you will love staying in one of the 21 rooms and suites in this charming four-star hotel with its well-being space.

Golf de Roncemay

2 north of Dijon

Golf Country Club Norges Dijon Bourgogne 

In 1981, on the initiative of Jacques Lafitte the course was extended to 18 holes and took the evocative name "Grands Crus".

  • Le Country Club, the first in the region to have obtained 4 stars awarded by Golf Stars for its architecture, is located north of Dijon, capital of the Dukes of Bourgogne.
  • New in 2023: a rooftop for the restaurant in this leisure centre, which welcomes sportspeople and their families.

Le Norges Dijon Bourgogne Country Club 

Jean-Luc Mege
3 in the Auxois countryside

Golf du Château de Chailly 

In an easily accessible fairy-tale setting, the 18-holes of the Hôtel Golf Château de Chailly is proudly listed as one of the top 10 golf courses in north east France by Fairways Magazine.

  • The vegetation all along the course has been planted to make the most of the colours of nature, and most especially in the Autumn, Burgundy's favourite season!  
  • After your game, the golf shop and snack bar will welcome you for a glass of Burgundy wine and why not extend your stay in the 4-star hotel?

Le Golf Château de Chailly 

Golf du Château d'Avoise.
4 40 minutes from Lyon

Golf du Château d'Avoise

You're sure to enjoy yourself all along this 18-hole course, among beech and oak trees.

  • The 120-hectare estate offers a technical challenge for all levels!

Le Golf du Château d'Avoise

Stéphane Jean-Baptiste-CD58
5 near the Magny-Cours circuit

Golf Public du Nivernais

It was Jean-Bernigau, behind the creation of the Circuit automobile de Magny-Cours, who created the Nivernais public golf course in 1969.

Le Golf du Nivernais 

Fabien Mercier
6 50 minutes from Lyon

Golf de Mâcon-La Salle

Practice your swing in the quiet green countryside of Mâconnais. This 18-hole golf course with technical returns and blind tee shots offers you a great challenge! 

  • After your game, head to explore the town of Mâcon and the typical wine-growing villages, in the footsteps of the poet Lamartine

Le Golf de Mâcon-La Salle 

Golf La Chassagne
7 30 minutes from Dijon

Golf de la Chassagne 

Located in a hilly area, this 18-hole course presents a great challenge! 

  • After your effort, it's time to relax at the restaurant Côté Green, open to all, where the chef offers you quality cooking.
  • You can even enjoy the green until the end of the night in a unique room that looks directly over the course!

Le Golf de Chassagne

Jérôme Marché / OT Grand Chalon
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