Built on nearly 65 hectares, this 18-hole course has a length of 6130 meters. Designed by architects Patrick Fromanger and Marc Adam, it spreads over a gently rolling terrain crossed by the Troesnes River, with large bodies of water bordered by willow trees, which are told to have been planted at the time of Henry IV who practiced hunting here. The fairways, with various designs, receive automatic watering as does the entire course. The greens are built on sand and made difficult by a pronounced shaped and a generous size. Many bunkers flesh out the course and strongly defend the greens.