About the golf
Metz Chérisey Golf Course was created in 1963, originally with nine holes. Its course, as it is known today with its 18 championship holes, was designed by the architect Donald Harradine in 1987.
Restaurants and bars are currently closed in France
1 April to 31 October, 8:30 am to 6 pm weekdays / 8 am to 6:30 pm weekends
1 November to 31 March, 9 am to 5 pm
- 18 holes: Par 72 (36 & 36) and regular (with two par 5s and two par 3s on the front and back nines). Maximum hole length: 6,066 metres.
- Authorized for players of all ages and levels
- Driving range: 20 bays, including 7 covered
- Putting green
- Pitching green
- Bunker area
- Wedging area
Château de Metz Chérisey Golf Course is extremely invested in the improvement and fulfilment of its golfers, which is why certified instructors teach classes all year round.
The restaurant is open daily, serving a wide selection of set menus and breakfasts.
Metz Chérisey has a wide range of accessories, balls and apparel for sale throughout the year.
The sport association is chaired by Patrick Grimm.
SENIORS FRIENDLY SOCIETY
Each year, the Chérisey Seniors Friendly Society organizes activities, friendly competitions, a trip, challenges, an omnium, an endowment and a general meeting.