Golf de Chantilly


Golf de Chantilly


Golf de Chantilly is a 36-hole golf complex situated 45 km north of Paris in the town of Vineuil-Saint-Firmin, department of Oise, France.

History

The club, opened in 1909, sits just over a kilometer from the Château de Chantilly in the middle of a green forest, Forêt De Chantilly. It features two 18-hole courses, the Vineuil course and the Longères course. Tom Simpson extended the original 9-hole Vineuil course to 18 in 1920 when he also built a second course, the Longères. It suffered badly in WWII and was abandoned after the war, until Donald Steel used 5 of the old holes combined with 13 new ones he designed to re-open it in the 1980s.


Tournaments

Chantilly has hosted a wide array of national and international championships since it opened in 1909.

It has hosted the Open de France, the oldest national open in continental Europe, eleven times between 1913 and 1990.

Professional

Amateur

  • Vagliano Trophy – 1934 · 1953 · 1969 · 2005 · 2013
  • French International Ladies Amateur Championship – 1963
  • EGA Trophy – 1976
  • European Amateur Team Championship – 1983 · 2016
  • European Boys' Team Championship – 1987 · 2019
  • St Andrews Trophy – 1994
  • European Mid-Amateur Men's Championship – 1996
  • Jacques Léglise Trophy – 2001
  • European Senior Ladies' Championship – 2005
  • European Senior Men's Championship – 2005
  • European Young Masters – 2008
  • European Amateur – 2009
  • Junior Vagliano Trophy – 2013

References

External links

  • Official website

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