RCF La Boulie Golf Club is situated close to Versailles in the suburbs of Paris and boasts two fantastic 18-hole courses and a 9-hole short course. La Boulie was the site for the first ever French Open Championship in 1906, giving the club great historical significance. There have been several Championships decided here ever since. Both courses at La Boulie are routed over relatively gently undulating terrain and feature beautiful tree-lined fairways. La Vallee Course was the first course to be built, with the second course, La Foret, opening in 1968. La Foret is the longer and the more challenging of the two courses, but both are playable by golfers of all handicaps. The courses are kept in immaculate condition and offer incredible scenery that make golfers feel truly at one with nature. The clubhouse boasts a delightful restaurant and bar, and additional facilities on the estate include: practice facilities, a hockey ground, seven tennis courts and a gym.