Each hole is balanced in this sense: an easy Bogey, a difficult par and a daring Birdie. The sights and sensations vary according to the position on the course. The Chateau disappears behind the hillocks, reappears and then disappears again. It is the point of reference that will bring the player back to the clubhouse.
The Chailly golf course was designed by Thierry Sprecher and Géry Watine, professional champion of France in 1989. Around its 16th century chateau, the Chailly golf course offers a magnificent 18-hole course (par 72 - 6,146 m) audaciously marrying the classicism of a formal garden and avant-garde golfing technology as regards the golfing construction. 75 gently undulating hectares, crossed by a brook, the Rubillon, present the harmony of an untouched nature.