Le Prieuré offers golfers the enjoyment of a varied and adapted game.
You can play your favorite sport in the best of conditions, whatever your level, condition and motivation.
You have access to 2 different courses that allow you to play regularly without becoming bored, and you can choose between a game among friends or a competition each weekend.
The East course is the closest course to the clubhouse, designed by architect Fred Hawtree, it is probably the most selective course.
After water hazards at #1 and #2, the East course allows you to discover, as soon as the #4, the Vexin hills, particularly pleasant during the fall. The course itself is much wooded, while being wide enough, and throughout the 18 holes, you will appreciate its countryside look, far from the the city’s inconveniences. The greens are large and generally quite rolling.
You access the West Course, designed by architect Fred Hawtree, via a footbridge over the road.
You start with a Par-3 on the hillside, and the first six holes are surely the hardest. But you will probably catch up on the following ones. The course itself is much wooded, and you will feel far from the city! The holes are varied, the greens are vast and generally quite rolling.