The Golf Club du Lys-Chantilly is a 36-hole course, located 35 kilometres north of Paris. Created in 1929, it was inaugurated by Arnaud Massy, the only Frenchman to have won the British Open. In the heart of the Domaine forestier des Lys in Lamorlaye, 60-Oise, the Golf du Lys-Chantilly offers two 18-hole courses whose Les Chênes course was designed by Tom Simpson, and a pitch and putt.
Les Chênes is a Par 70 of 5905 meters. It is playable all year round thanks to its sandy basement. With its deceptive fake dishes, bunkers with grassy mounds and wide fairways, the Oaks offer a real challenge to players of all levels. In this case, the 12 is a short par 4 that allows to use a wood 3, then an iron. The 17th, nicknamed The Justice of the Peace, requires a big drive to hope for the green in two.
Les Bouleaux, Par 68 of 4930 meters, is shorter and narrower than Les Chênes. It was signed by Patrick Cross in 1876 and modified by Robert Berthet in 1980. It requires great technical mastery and a solid game of irons.
The pitch and putt, designed by David Fruchet, was inaugurated in 2009. It is a 9-hole Par 27 of 940 meters. It is part of the training center that offers initiation and development courses for children and adults. The driving range includes 32 positions, 7 of which are covered with a pitching area and a practice green.
The restaurant offers a veranda, full golf orientation. Seminar rooms can accommodate 150 people. The club also offers the practice of footgolf where players train regularly. Tennis courts including 2 covered, a heated outdoor swimming pool, sports fields (football, beach volleyball, beach soccer) complete a panorama of activities that will take full scope on the sumptuous terrace of the bar with friends.