The Golf Parc Signal de Bougy enjoys a breathtaking view over the Alps and Geneva Lake. Located halfway between Lausanne and Geneva, its magnificent 18-hole course (par 70), set in a pleasant, hilly landscape, invites avid golfers and beginners to come and trample its greens to relax in a friendly atmosphere.
From the fairways, players enjoy a majestic view of the lake, Mt. Jura, and Mont Blanc. The golf course was opened in 1999 as a 9-hole facility and expanded to 18 holes by the golf course architect Peter Kessler in 2004. It is 5,500 meters long and the course is athletically challenging, though also suitable for golf beginners with its water hazards, doglegs, and sand bunkers. Because the fairways are rather short and numerous holes are not visible, precise and strategic performance is necessary.
At the Golf Parc Signal de Bougy, players with a handicap of 36 or better are admitted. The generous training area of the club is comprised of a driving range with 85 range tees (of which 23 are covered). Additionally, practice bunkers and putting greens are available.
The Golf Parc Signal de Bougy, with its dreamy mountain and lake panorama, is open from March to November.