18 holes - Distance 5667m - PAR 71

Construction work on the Golf de Bossey began on July 6, 1982 under the leadership of Robert Trent Jones Junior. This world-renowned American golf architect came to Bossey many times to immerse himself in the site.

From a hilly and wooded area, thanks to his genius, he was able to develop the Bossey Golf course which is today considered one of the golfing wonders of Lake Geneva. Located at the foot of the Salève, this technical course requires qualities of precision, endurance and concentration.

It is now maintained by Greenkeeper Alain Aupecle and his team.

Open from March to November, seven days a week. During the winter approximately 10 holes remain open in winter green. The course is accessible to members who have paid their "Golf" subscription. A member can have guests on weekdays, and on weekends, when there is no competition.

It is open to green fees on weekdays only.