Mâcon Golf Club


Mâcon La Salle's golf course dominates the Saône valley and offers two courses, an 18-hole course and a compact 9-hole course, based on a Scottish links format and is ideally situated in the heart of a world-famous wine region.

Tranquillity and serenity reign supreme at the Mâcon La Salle's as the course is protected, surrounded by famous vineyards, the birthplace of a world-famous grape: the Chardonnay. With rhythmic fairways, broad and quick greens, the pleasure to play will intensify as you make your way through the course avoiding the numerous water features that punctuate the course.

Course Summary

Sculpted by the architect Robert Berthe, the 18-hole course stretches through the heart of a naturally beautiful and generous region, the south of Burgundy. According to an original design, you will drive from the tee to greens sculpted in the shape of a female body.

Perfect your swing at Mâcon golf club, in the heart of the wine region. The two courses, constructed around a lovely 19th-century château, extend over 250 hectares of woodlands with small valleys, lakes and superb views. The first course is an 18-hole, par-71 course, and the second, a 9-hole, par-27.

Golf in Burgundy

Whether coming to learn how to play, to improve or to practice, there will always be a course in Burgundy for you. Ideal for advanced players, the 18-hole courses are often open to beginners. Burgundy also has a certain number of beginner's courses, which have between 5 to 9 holes that offer a great introduction to the game.

From the Yonne to the Côte-d’Or, via Nièvre and the Saône-et-Loire, Burgundy has a succession of 21 golf courses one after the other which allows you to play golf in some vastly diverse settings.