At which golf course are the Paris 2024 Olympic Golf competitions held?

Both the men’s and women’s 2024 Paris Olympic Golf competitions are held at Le Golf National in Guyancourt.

More about the 2024 Paris Olympic Golf Course

Le Golf National is located at 2 Av. du Golf, 78280 Guyancourt, approximately 25 kilometers southwest of central Paris, France.

The men's event will start on 1st August 2024 with the women's side scheduled to start six days later.

The event will feature a total of 120 players (60 per gender) across the two medal events.

Golf National was designed in 1991 and is owned by the French Golf Federation.

The course was designed by architects Hubert Chesneau and Robert Von Hagge, with European Golf Design assisting in the project.

Le Golf National offers memberships, it is also open to the public, allowing golf enthusiasts to experience a world-class course.

Golf Courses at the Le Golf National:

  • L'Albatros (The Albatros Course): The championship course, known for its challenging design and hosting major tournaments.
  • L'Aigle (The Eagle Course): A slightly less demanding course, but still offers a quality golfing experience.
  • L'Oiselet (The Birdie Course): A nine-hole course suitable for beginners and those looking for a shorter round of golf.

Tournaments held at the Le Golf National

  • The Ryder Cup 2018: One of the most prestigious events in golf, where Team Europe defeated Team USA.
  • The Open de France: One of the oldest national open championships in Europe, held annually at Le Golf National since 1991, with few exceptions.
  • The Olympic Golf Competition: Le Golf National is set to host the golf events during the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris.