The Golf de Raray is an exceptional site marked by contrasts of light: The golf courses are built around a 17th century château listed as a historical monument, whose originality is that it has two monumental hunting enclosures with sculptures representing life-size hunting with hounds. Golfers have an 18-hole course in the forest, ranked among the best golf courses in Europe, a 9-hole open onto the countryside and a compact 9 holes designed for fast and efficient practice. A driving range, a putting green and a pitching green offer multiple playing possibilities.
La Licorne 18-hole
Pride of the club named La Licorne that is a unicorn in reference to the ornamentations of the listed monumental Diana gateway demarcate the entrance to the driving range. 18 holes / 6145 m / par 72 / Architect: Patrice Leglise 1987.
The very English-style golf course has wide fairways with well-designed bunkers placed in strategic locations. Laid out within a centuries old forest, La Licorne is the perfect destination for all nature lovers who from green to green will most probably come across the discreet look of wild creatures admiring the golfers’ swings.
Le Daguet 9-hole
In the heart of the plain of the Valois Le Daguet offers wide views onto the surrounding countryside. A course lined with a wide variety of fruit trees. 9 holes / 2955 m / par 36 / Architect: Patrice Leglise 1989
A more intimate course, not very hilly, with well delimited holes and fairways emphasised by welcoming roughs among fruit trees. Its reassuring charm however requires vigilance at all times.
Le Faon 9-hole
For the less experienced players or those keen to improve, Le FAON is a 9-hole pitch and putt course, ideal for all players who want to take up the game or improve their play. You will develop your talents in a sport that is very subtle: “the approaches”. Water obstacles and greens protected by bunkers will be your opponents on this course dedicated to practice.
Note that during winter UGOLF Château de Raray is open every day from 8.30 to 17.00