Since its opening on 27 September 1900 by the Club Anglais, Golf Club Montreux has not ceased to expand. Today, it has 500 members and 60 juniors. Protected by the surrounding mountains and out of reach of the mists of Lake Geneva, the golf course lies at the centre of an unusually mild microclimate. These weather conditions mean it can remain open all year round. Golf Club Montreux belongs to an elite circle of owner clubs. It has owned all of its practice facilities since the year 2000, notably a driving range, an indoor putting carpet, a Pro Shop and a Club House with a fine food restaurant. The patio offers spectacular views of the whole site. Visitors are welcome. Beginners or experienced golfers, juniors, ladies or seniors, Golf Club Montreux opens its doors to everyone. We have instructors at your disposal for you to learn to play golf or improve your handicap. In 2005, Golf Club Montreux entrusted the redesigning of the course to the famous American architect Ronald Fream. He managed to preserve the character of the course and added a touch of modernity with high-quality greens, and a few well-placed ponds and fairways undulating through very dense tree-lined terrain thanks to the numerous ancient trees. For the best players, the championship tees, par 72, extend over 6239 metres of challenges, requiring faultless technical mastery.