The first 9 holes were opened to golfers in 1991. The extension to 18 holes in 1999 was the work of Alain Prat.
The course is hilly and crossed by a small stream. A majority of the holes is exposed to the wind. This exposition, the river frequently involved and the sloppy holes make that, despite apparent ease, you must keep precise.
As you approach the flag, the tactic depends on the age of the greens. The older ones, smaller, flat circular, contrast with the more recent ones side bunkered and crowned with small hills. The new greens are stretched in width, but offer little depth.
Holes #1-4, entirely shaped by Alain Prat, contrast with the old holes that hug the hills at the foot of the Genevrey village. Please note the 7th hole, a par 4 of 382 m where you need to put a drive and do a second long and accurate shot. On the back that starts and ends by Par-5s, the sequence #15, #16, #17, serves as a referee and destroys many illusions.
On hole # 16, nice par 3 of 137m where the departure overlooks the green 16m under, you must be wary of the pond that borders the green on the right and the hill that borders it on the left. The hole #17, narrow par 4 of 319m, nestled in the woods, requires an accurate first shot between the trees.