Golf Club du Domaine Imperial
1196 Gland (Vaud), Suisse
Tel : +41 (022) 999 0600 Fax : +41 (022) 999 0606
|Club Secretary:||Pascal Margarou||Tel : +41 (022) 999 0600|
|Professional :||Robert Guignet / Tim Huyton||Tel : +41 (079) 412 6247|
Golf Club du Domaine Imperial was opened in 1987, the club has found its great setting on a former Prince Napoleon's property along Lake Geneva. By itself, this information attracts lots of visitors when they're not in to play the only Pete Dye golf course in Europe. Restaurant and snack bar. Bar. Pro Shop. Club and trolley rentals.
Welcome from Tuesday to Friday only. No visitors on weekends and bank holidays. Minimum handicap: 30. Soft spikes. No jeans or collared shirt. Reservation compulsory two days in advance.
Hôtel Beau-Rivage (+41) 365 4141;
Hôtel Chavannes-de-Bogis Best Western (+41) 022 960 8181
On A1 freeway between Lausanne and Geneva, exit at Gland. Head towards Lake Geneva. At the crossroad, aim to Nyon on 'Route Suisse' highway. The club's main gate is 500 yards away on the left.
Arch Pete Dye
Professionals Robert Guignet and Tim Huyton +41 (079) 412 6247/+41 (079) 212 1969
Official Website address is under construction.
|Course Name: Domaine Impérial Holes: 18 Yardage: 6981 SSS: 74|
|The first and only Pete Dye course in Europe is rated No 1 in Switzerland and inside the top 50 in Europe. Classic layout with tree-lined fairways on the first nine. Open and Scottish mounds on the back nine with a touch of America on three holes (14, 15, 16). No 4 (590 yards/536 meters) can be considered like Pete Dye's signature hole as far as it's a renowned dogleg ranked amongst the best Par 5 in the world by Golf Magazine.
Slope/Course rating 129 / 74.4
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