Located on the banks of the river Seine in the Eure department (27), the Vaudreuil golf course covers more than 75 hectares in an exceptional setting. It consists of a rather flat and wooded 18-hole course. The total distance of the Vaudreuil golf course is 6229 metres. It is one of the oldest golf courses in the Eure. It is located in the middle of a vast park planted with hundred-year-old trees of various species. Golf has a driving range, a restaurant and a club house. The owners have completely refurbished a 17th century barn to make it the golf clubhouse. The latter is now classified as one of the most beautiful in France.
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The oldest golf course in the Eure department is the Golf of Vaudreuil, created in 1962 on the historic site of the castle of Vaudreuil, which has now disappeared. This castle has known many historical figures; each hole of the course reminds us of them: we go from Dagobert (hole n°4), to François 1er (hole n°11), passing by William the Conqueror (hole n°7) and Richard the Lionheart (hole n°9).