The Albatros harmoniously combines the aspect of "links" and that of "target courses". Obstacles of water, vast bunkers and undulating fairways are nestled between hills on which the fescue of the high roughs undulate, the real difficulty of the course, especially when the wind gets involved. The holes are clear and traps, risks or obstacles are never hidden. The vast greens, seemingly unsteady, are exciting to read for some very long putts that you may have to play. The Aigle will walk you between mounds, bunches of corn and tufts of tall grass and you will discover this little air of Scotland in Ile de France which seduces all the players who practice it ... Wide fairways, few bunkers and good greens have good scores ... if you're in a good day ... With 5961 meters from the most distant marks for a par 71, the Eagle is tolerant for all, fun for the most and demanding for the best.