The golf course of Chantilly - Vineuil Saint-Firmin, 60 - Oise is a centenary 36-holes golf course, located in the forest of Chantilly near north of Paris. Created in 1909 and remodeled in 1920 by the British architect Tom Simpson who designed the courses of Fontainebleau and Morfontaine, the golf course will initially have 27 holes, before being completed in 1990 by the architect Daniel Steel for an area of 119 hectares. From now on, it is composed of two 18 holes, Les Longères and Vineuil.
Its main course, Vineuil, is a Par 71 of 6005 meters, open since 1935. Beware of the roughs of this pure links, it is advisable to stay on the fairways because the ball quickly becomes untraceable. The greens are very rolling with multiple slopes. Championship course that has hosted the biggest national and international competitions since 1909, the layout is formidable and deserves the player's full attention.
The Longères course is an 18-hole course to international standards, Par 73 of 6391 meters. If the relief is softer than that of Vineuil, doglegs invite the player to choose his angle of attack if he hopes to score. In addition, the greens are defended by English-style bunkers.
The Petites Longères course, built in 2015, is a compact 6-hole, Par 18 and conducive to learning golf. The driving range has 25 positions, 4 of which are covered, reserved for teaching.
If the golf of Chantilly-Vineuil is reserved for its members on weekends and holidays, visitors with an index of 30 can discover this golf course more than a hundred years old where the Anglo-Saxon tradition has been widely cultivated. Thus, the gentlemen have lunch in blazer and tie. It will be in this magnificent clubhouse in the velvet armchairs where the greatest champions have put their seant that you will enjoy the hundred years of memories exposed on the walls.