Metz Technopôle was designed by the French architect Robert Berthet in 1990. The project was launched by the former mayor of Metz after he had a trip to the United States. He was seduced when he found a golf course in the middle of a business district. When he came back to France, he decided to build Metz Technopôle Golf Club, which is located near to downtown Metz.
The course has 18 holes (Par 71, 5800 metres) and is a great challenge for golfers of any level. There are some technical holes in the forest where the fairways are narrow. The course is characterized by the originality of its triangular basins. The course is strategic without being difficult and visitors will find the course is always in great condition.
Metz Technopôle is a great place to learn the game, with two putting greens on the driving range and 30 covered bays where it’s possible to practice all year long.