The La Brèche golf course in Granges currently consists of 18 holes built across an area of 55 ha. The course is bordered to the north by the Rhone, to the east by the village of Granges, to the south by the Sion - Grône main road and to the west by the Pouta-Fontana bird reserve.
The first nine holes were designed by Maurice Bembridge and Michel Zufferey and the remaining nine holes by Alain Dehaye and Jean-Claude Renggli. During the two stages of construction, these architects worked in close collaboration with the State services and environmental associations in order to build a course that respects the environment (flora and fauna) and the various associations that claim the right to use the banks of the Brèche and Corne lakes (fishermen, 'amis de la gouille', divers, walkers).
Each hole of the course boasts incredible views of the Alps and the surrounding resorts, a wide range of trees and flowers, numerous species of fish, as well as a great variety of wildlife.
- Free parking