Golf de la Bresse
golf de la bresse
A BUCOLIC SURROUNDINGS
Property entirely enclosed by forests, these former hunting grounds benefit from exceptional flora and fauna.
A PASSIONATE OF THE REGION
Jacques Dalloz had a passion for both hunting and for La Dombes area and had acquired the estate in the 1960s.
He had discovered golfing over his various professional trips and, appreciative of possessing such a favoured natural patrimony, he eventually redevelops this tranquil haven into a golf course in 1990.
The latter will soon turn out to be the go-to destination for golfers in the region.
A FAMILY HISTORY
& HIS LOVE FOR THE REGION
An ecological conscience
In March 2022, the Golf de la Bresse obtained the Silver label for the Golf for Biodiversity program, initiated by the French Golf Federation and the National Museum of Natural History.
A great reward for the work of our teams who preserve nature and biodiversity on a daily basis.
A family story
The Golf de la Bresse has been run since 2019 by Laure Dalloz, granddaughter of Jacques Dalloz, and is being carried away by a new area.
With a certain wind of modernity, there nevertheless remains a family story, and a place preserved for its precious soul.
Creation of a golf
He had discovered golfing over his various business trips.
Eager to let others enjoy such remarkable place and nature, he decided to redevelop this tranquil haven into a golf course in 1990.
The place would quickly become the go-to destination for golfers in the region.
A hunting ground
Jacques Dalloz had a passion for hunting and was a Dombes lover too. He acquired the estate in the 1960s.
This estate at the heart of La Dombes land, offers golfers a chance, in between swings, to come near a flora and fauna of an extraordinary variety, just as if they were here in a genuine natural reserve.
This privilege is the golf’s team to be given credit for, as they are continuously committed to preserving this unique environment, along with meeting expectations as to daily upkeeping of golf courses.
The Golf de la Bresse is in the process of being awarded the Silver label of Golf & Biodiversity, initiated by the French Golf Federation and the National Museum of Natural History.