Located at an altitude of 2000m and overlooking the valley, the Golf de La Rosière offers a 9-hole par 27 course, all in an impressive panoramic setting in the heart of the french Alps. Located on a natural field, the course follow the flow of the land, according to to the movements of the ground and roaming through the mountain pastures on nearly 10 hectares.

Discover our course, our competitions calendar, and book your tee time online now. The Golf de La Rosière staff welcomes you from June 15th until September 04th 2022 from 8:00 to 19:00, and is available for any inquiries.

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9-hole course

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1 driving range

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1 Club-House

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1 snack-bar at an altitude of 2000m

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Built in 1989 by Serge Héry and Philippe Fresnois, the Golf de La Rosière is one of the highest 9-hole course in Europe certified by the french golfing federation. Beginners and seasoned players will enjoyed the relaxed and friendly atmosphere on this beautiful mountain course.

In an effort to continually improve your golfing experience, the construction of a Club-House/Restaurant will extend during the summer months.


Since the signing of the Public Service Delegation in January 2021, the Golf de La Rosière is operated and maintained by SNC RESTOGOLF LA ROSIERE, a new dedicated subsidiary of the SOFIVAL group (DSR).

Besides managing the golf course for the next 30 years, the delegate will also be responsible for the construction and financing of a clubhouse.

In this respect, work will begin in May 2021 and will lead to the projected opening of a Club-House/Restaurant in December 2022. The project represents a total budget of €2,800,000 excluding tax over two years, 2021 and 2022.

Find out more about the work and actions undertaken to improve your golfing experience at La Rosière.

Plan 3D du futur club house du golf de La Rosière
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Because harmony with nature is an integral part of the tradition of golf and its pleasure, we wish to make the Golf de La Rosière an exemplary golf course in terms of environment.

In this respect, the Golf de La Rosière has just been awarded the Bronze Golf for Biodiversity label by the French Golf Federation and the National Museum of Natural History.

This label testifies to the voluntary commitment of the Golf de La Rosière to improve the knowledge, preservation and enhancement of the natural heritage present on this Savoyard golf course, which was created in 1989. Through this label, the golf course undertakes to share and reinforce its maintenance practices that are favourable to the fauna and flora and to raise players’ awareness of biodiversity issues.

Let’s transmit together and to the youngest the values, the gestures and the good attitudes in order to share, support and succeed all together the ecological transition of golf!