Located 30 miles from Paris and 10 miles from Disneyland, Crecy Golf Club features the first course to be designed by Arnold Palmer in France.
Palmer's 7,000-yard Vignoly course is the star of the show though, featuring more hazards, including several strategically positioned lakes, and lots of imaginatively designed holes that will keep you on your toes right through the round.
Crecy's 2nd course the Montpichet is a 9-hole course being the friendlier of the two for beginners and high handicappers. The course’s topography with its diverse relief, afforested with fruit and other trees, makes each hole unique.
The complex is a great haven for golfers, with a superb restaurant which serves traditional cuisine in the heart of an authentic 17th century farmhouse, plus a residential hotel located in lush greenery on the outskirts of the medieval town of Crecy-la-Chapelle.
The golf practice facilities are top drawer, too, covered driving range, chipping and putting zone and a separate putting green.