Construction of the Golf de Bossey began on 6th July, 1982 under the direction of Robert Trent Jones Junior.
This American architect, of world renown, has returned to Bossey many times to check on and enjoy the course.
From a wooded and hilly terrain, he had the genius to design and build the Golf de Bossey, which is now considered one of the golfing jewels of the Leman region. Located at the base of the Salève, this technical course requires qualities of precision, endurance and concentration.
The course is open March to November, seven days a week. During the winter approximately 10 holes remain open using winter greens. The course is accessible to members having paid their "Golf" subscriptions. A member may invite guests on weekdays, and weekends when there is no competition. The course is open to green fees on weekdays only. The course measures: 5951 metres from the white markers, 5524 metres from the yellow markers, 5088 metres from the blue markers and 4646 metres from the red markers and can be characterised as technical due to its topography.