The Course
Le Golf National
No. 1
 

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Right from the start of the first hole, the tee shot is crucial. You don’t have many options and a 2 iron or a 3 wood, should keep you out of trouble. You will be left with a mid to short iron to the green, but you will need to be accurate, especially with a pin position just a few meters away from the water and some bunkers around the newly shortened green.

No. 2
 

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On this hole, the most difficult thing is to correctly assess the amount of water you have to carry, the distance your ball has to cover before touching down on the green surface. In fact, the equation is very simple, the further left the pin is, the more water you have to carry. The most dangerous flag position being the left far end one where power, distance as well as accuracy are required.

Hole
Par
Yards
1
4
419
2
3
210

Le Golf National Golf Course

The Albatros course at Le Golf National is an 18-hole golf course in France, near Paris. Designed by architects Hubert Chesneau and Robert Von Hagge, in collaboration with Pierre Thevenin, it is located in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, southwest of central Paris.

  • Architect
    Hubert Chesneau
  • Par
    72
  • Yardage
    7331
  • Last Championship
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