A golf course in Grenoble, the capital of the Alps, it must necessarily look like a mountain course. In fact, the image is far from the geographical and golf reality. For proof the course of Grenoble-Charmeil, close to the mountain drawn in the plain of the Isère valley. Flat, hilly, wooded, dotted with ponds fed by a natural lake in its center. Ideal environment for a golf architect like Jeremy Pern, who has created a 18 holes with many facets: Scottish, American and French! Here small undulations, cleverly placed bunkers, strategic doglegs; there, large bodies of water to be crossed (preferably) in one blow and majestic gaps in the forests of oaks. The exercises offered to golfers are varied. It will be necessary to constantly show good technical and strategic sense to face this magnificent par 73.