Golf du Stade Francais Courson was first opened 15th June, 1991 – two years after the work had started. It offers 36 holes of golf (made up of four loops of 9) which were laid out by the prolific golf course architect Robert Von Hagge, signing it as one of his masterpieces.
The Green and Black (Vert & Noir) course is generally considered to produce the superior layout, but the Lilac and Orange also provides a stern test of golf, although somewhat shorter in length.
Von Hagge created mounds which run alongside many of the fairways in a links-style, helping to produce a number of interesting, almost self-contained, feeling to a lot of the holes. The multi-tiered greens are some of the biggest in the area, and are heavily protected by sand-traps, which mean that a skilful short game is the key to score good here at Courson.
The clubhouse also boasts a marvellous restaurant named “Les Greens de Courson”. It offers quality service and a wide ranging choice of food from the superb menu, as well as providing its guests with great views out onto the golf courses.