Golf du Domaine du Roncemay


In Burgundy, near Auxerre, you will discover Golf du Roncemay an 18-hole golf course spread out around the estate’s château, which takes players through forests, woods and a lush plateau.

Le Domaine du Roncemay, a four-star hotel, golf course and restaurant, boasts a superb geographical location to explore a multi-faceted region, only an hour and a quarter from Paris. Tourist attractions include a wine route dotted with vineyards and iconic towns, including Auxerre and Saint Étienne.

Course Summary

Created in 1989 by Jean Garaialde, an international golfer, and Jeremy Pern, a designer of many international golf courses, Le Roncemay's golf course offers a magnificent setting for sport and nature lovers.

This 6,219-metre long course passes through a forest of hundred-year-old oak, beech and birch trees, and opens out onto a vast plateau, modelled on the Scottish links courses. This golf course is made up of two areas: 11 holes are located in the forest, while 7 holes are on the plateau, with its undulating terrain overlooking the Yonne countryside. A selective golf course, but playable by golfers of all levels, it requires care especially while putting on the vast, landscaped greens.

The facilities also include a very large practice range, with 12 indoor bays and 40 bays on grass, a putting green, and a pitch and putt course. Le Roncemay also has a 3-hole training course for beginner players.

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 and 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.