This is one of the most beautiful courses I have ever been. There are so many things to say about it. The lay out is quite well done; there are ascending and descending holes, doglegs, and a few huge bunkers protecting greens. There are breathtaking views of the course from some of the tee-boxes. The course is very well maintained, fairways are mostly wide, greens roll fast and trees surround the playing area. In the background, Jura Mountains provide an amazing scenery. If you happen to live in and around Geneva or stay there a few days, don’t miss out the chance to play on this course.
Maison Blanche is 30 minutes away from Geneva. It is a fun layout to play with many water hazards. The course was in great shape and was quite soft even after the heat from the past weeks. The greens were rolling very nicely.
My favourite course in the Geneva area. Every hole is different and every shot is challenging. I always look forward to playing in Maison Blanche. The dramatic par five 9, the signature hole, where water comes into play on the first, second and third shots can ruin the card. The par-three 15 is also extremely spectacular. Like for most golf courses in Switzerland (or in this case, nearby Switzerland), the maintenance is excellent. I have heard that the membership (or more precisely the share that can be traded) is much cheaper than it used to be. It is true that it takes more and more time to get to Maison-Banche from Geneva (especially from the left bank of the city) because of the heavy traffic. However, it is worth the time, a fabulous golfing experience.