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Open at Saint-Ger­main, so swash and buckle may also pre­vail. Colt also made a nine-hole pe­tit par­cours in sim­i­lar style, and se­ri­ous mem­bers use it for sharp­en­ing le pe­tit jeu. A dis­used rail­way line bi­sects the course, with grids and elec­tric gates to keep the boar at bay.

Route de Poissy, Saint- Ger­main-en-Laye; tel +33 139 103 030; golf­saint­ger­main.org.

100 ($114) Mon-Wed, € 110 ($125) Fri; no vis­i­tors on the week­ends. Golf scooter € 25 ($28); cart € 5 ($6).

35 ($40). 8:40 AM – 5:00 PM; closed Mon­days.

Men 24, women 28. Grand Par­cours 6,704 yards par 72; Pe­tit Par­cours 3,035 yards par 33; putting green, prac­tice ground.

Many noble Bau­douins and Ber­trands have their lock­ers in the old chang­ing room, a pe­riod piece from the orig­i­nal club. In the club­house, the card ta­bles are set for du­pli­cate bridge, and a good lunch is served.

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