Chamonix Golf Club has a main public car park at the heart of the course just after the hotel Le Labrador.
This public car park also serves the Paradis des Praz childrens leisure park in the forest as well as being the starting point for numerous mountain hikes.
In busy periods the number of available spaces is limited.
There is however another car park situated near the 1st tee just the other side of the main road.
Situated immediately on your left as you enter the golf club complex. It is easily recognisable with its log cabin building and grass roof! Our team are available to welcome you in high season from 7.30am to 8pm, to give you information and organise your tee off.
The changing rooms are just opposite the reception and to the right of the pro shop.
There are facilities for changing, showering and safely leaving your belongings in lockers for which you can ask for a key at reception.
Please note: Opening hours for the changing rooms are the same as for the reception.
If you are likely to finish your round later please remember to notify reception. In which case they will liase with the reception at Le Labrador Hotel next door.
Trolley storage is available just opposite reception to the left of the 10th tee.
You can leave your equipment with our caddy master for a day, a month or for the whole season.
Electric trolleys can be charged if required.
Chamonix Golf Club has one main practice area.
For your safety and that of others the use of drivers for long hitters is not possible as the distance between the 2 ends of the range is 230m. It is your responsibility to ensure that you do not put players at the opposite end in danger.
On the range and practice area
- No minimum handicap required
- Users must follow the rules ensuring their own and others safety.
- It is strictly forbidden to hit balls from the grass instead of the range mats.
- It is forbidden to manually collect balls on the range, for obvious safety reasons.
- Correct golf attire is required (blue jeans, short shorts and t-shirts are not allowed).
- Golf shoes with soft spikes are required on the greens.
Golf shoes with metal spikes are forbidden