The #1 golf course operator in France
years of experience
in turnover in 2018
golf courses around the world
UGolf has 56 golf courses (including 20 in the Paris region) managed on behalf of public or private owners. All of them boast a strategic location in an urban area or tourist destination. In addition to managing and operating golf courses on behalf of local authorities, non-profits and private owners, UGolf offers a wide range of services. From feasibility studies to training academies, innovation is the key word of its strategy. The #1 golf course operator in France, UGolf has a clear mission: to turn France into a nation of golfers.
UGolf is a game experience that we offer to players, whether confirmed or not. Golf is also an opportunity to spend time with family, practice your skills, relax, and learn from qualified instructors on a wide variety of courses in France and around the world, all of them in luxurious settings.
Head of UGolf
UGolf expands its international network
Nearly 1,000 golf courses around the world are now part of the LeClub Golf network, a partner of UGolf. This international network invites players to benefit from the advantages and loyalty programs of local clubs.
LeClub Golf is expanding in the Pacific Rim with the recent addition of golf courses in Australia and New Zealand. In late 2018, LeClub Golf signed an agreement with the Australia-based Global Golf Network, which has developed a loyalty program (Golf Rewards) enabling its members to play on nearly 400 golf courses in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. This reciprocity agreement with Golf Rewards will allow our members to access the respective networks on Australian (212) and New Zealand (44) golf courses with the possibility of extending this agreement to Asian courses (Thailand, Cambodia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, etc.).
Moorea Green Pearl, Polynésie française
Exclusiv Golf Deva, New Caledonia
Iberostar Royal Andalus, Spain
2018, the year of golf
The 2018 Ryder Cup, which was held for the first time in France at the Golf National course, offered the game significant media coverage and a unique spotlight on the sport. This Ryder introduced the French general public to golf, mostly thanks to the many complementary activities that took place on the side lines of the main event (club open houses, initiation of nearly 30,000 people in the fanzone of Paris’s Hôtel de Ville, etc.).
2018 was therefore the year of golf across France, as well as for UGolf, whose figures and golf attendance in the Paris region were boosted by the Ryder Cup effect.