Golf de Lausanne

Golf Club de Lausanne was founded in 1921 with nine holes and was expanded to eighteen in 1931 by Hermann Narbel. During WWII the course was reduced to nine holes, before going back to its original design in 1947. In 1962, the club was able to buy an abutting farm and land, which allowed Hermann Narbel and Donald Harradine to redesign the course by lengthening some holes, planting most trees seen nowadays and creating three new holes (today’s 11th, 12th and 13th). The club finally brought in Jeremy Pern in 1996 to modernise the layout.

Situated only a few kilometres outside Lausanne near the north shore of Lake Geneva, this hilly parkland course has most holes routed through woods of majestic chestnut, birch and fir trees. Old-fashioned short par fours at the 7th and 12th holes are more than matched by long par fives to close the front and back nines, giving the course an overall length of 6,197 metres from the tips. The views to the distant Alps add a thrilling perspective to playing at Lausanne, contributing greatly to the experience of teeing it up at such a classical parkland golf course.

#holes / Par / Length 18 holes / Par 72 / 6'197m
RatingCR 73.2; Slope 137
ArchitectDonald Harradine & Jeremy Pern
Altitude820m
SeasonMarch – December
Good to know- Visitors are welcome from Monday to Friday
- Visitors can play up to 5 times per year
- Players must be members of a national golf association and present a member card of their home club upon check-in
- A handicap of 26 or better is required
- Visitors are expected to respect the clubs dress code
- Please ask about course maintenance schedule prior to booking
Highlights/Awards Host of the LET Ladies Swiss Open in 1997
Handicap Limits 26.0
Nearby Golf CoursesLavaux (18)
Domaine Impérial (18)
Bonmont (18)
Vuissens (18)
Genève (18)
Evian (18)
Nearby Hotelstba
Nearby CitiesLausanne (15min)
Montreux
Geneva (75min)
Nearby Intl. AirportGeneva/GVA (30min)
Nearby AttractionsLausanne old town, cathedral and lakeshore
Steamboat tour on Lake Geneva
Olympic Museum
Lavaux wineyards (UNESCO World Heritage)
Charly Chaplin Museum
Evian by ship
Golf Club Lausanne
Golf Club Lausanne