The Course

18 holes, 6 211 meters (white), slope 145. 
A superb course in the heart of a forest, slightly hilly with many water hazards. 

Originally designed by Harry Colt, the prodigious creator of such iconic courses as Royal Lytham & St Anne's, Royal Portrush, Sunningdale and Wentworth. The par 72, 6,200 meter course was redesigned in the 1970s by Peter Allis and Dave Thomas. 
More recently, the greens, bunkers, and forest parkland were revamped by Mackenzie and Ebert, renowned architects specializing in the renovation of Colt courses. 

Well-known for the quality of its maintenance and ranked among the 10 best golf courses in France, the 6,200-meter course is nestled in the heart of the Valmasque forest in a wooded and protected environment, which gives it its unique character on the French Riviera. 
The course is superbly hilly and crossed by a river and numerous water obstacles. The greens are particularly well protected and are renowned for their complexity and speed. 

For 14 years, the club has hosted the Cannes Open. This flagship competition of the European circuit has counted among its winners prestigious players such as Jean Garaïalde, Greg Norman, Sévériano Ballesteros, Ian Woosnam among others.




Our golf club is engaged since several years in various steps aiming at valuing the respect of the environment, but also at promoting more widely policies of sustainable development. 

As such, the Golf de Cannes-Mougins has been awarded the silver label of the "Golf for Biodiversity" program in 2021, by the FFGolf and the National Museum of Natural History. 

We have two objectives with this program, on the one hand to propose to enhance the natural heritage and ecological potential of golf courses. On the other hand, to develop a common strategy for all structures offering this sport.