Club- and course information
The Sporting Club de Vichy is located on the banks of the Allier. The 9-hole course was drawn by Arnaud Massy, famous French champion winner of the British Open, and inaugurated on May 1, 1908.
On the eve of the First World War, the course became 18 holes. Since then, Prince Raignier, Maurice Schumann, Roger Couderc, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Sophie Desmarets, Jacques Lafitte, Georges de Caunes, Yannick Noah, Henri Lecomte and François Mitterrand have attended this course.
The Vichy Golf has an 8 station practice, a putting green and an approach area.
Many hotels are present around the golf course from which you can have direct shuttle services to and from the course. For more information, please contact directly the club.