The Coudray Golf, 4th General Golfstars and 3rd Course, is part of the UGolf chain. It's an 18-hole Par 71 of 5761 meters. Located in the Essonne - 91, 30 minutes from Paris, it is close to the A6 and close to Orly and Roissy. The route of the Marronniers stretches for nearly 6 km on a slightly hilly route, quite short, but narrow, facing the forest of Rougeau.
Opened in 1960 and created by Charles Kenneth Cotton, famous British architect, the Golf du Coudray has been dubbed the Little Augusta by Golf Magazine for its flower beds reminiscent of Augusta's magnolias fairways in the spring.
From hole 2 to hole 4, the spills are coming fast. The dogleg of the 13 can be complicated when you do not know the course. The angle on the right requires a good stake, but it is not defended by bunkers, unlike other holes. The greens are small, rolling and steep.
The practice is of high quality with 20 positions including 10 covered, a putting green, a training bunker and a pitching green. Built in 1960, a compact 9-hole La Guiche Par 29 course of 1350 meters, ensted with trees, is intended for all types of players. Coudray Golf has a UGolf Academy. Many free initiations are organised and golf events take place from March to November in partnership with primary schools.
Designed by architect Henri Pottier, Grand Prix of Rome in 1944, the clubhouse has retained its old-fashioned charm of the sixties. On a single level, it is a cubic mass bringing together on a single level the reception, the changing rooms and the restaurant, the Table du Domaine. The bar is non-stop in season. It also includes a seminar room, a nursery and two bridge rooms. History of looking in the maps for the obscure and passionate reasons for our golf walks...