Two legendary locations that share the same spirit... At first glance, the Mont d’Arbois and Roquebrune-sur-Argens golf courses seem worlds apart.
Mont d'Arbois, the oldest 18-hole mountain course, is located in heart of the Alps and was founded at the initiative of the Rothschild family, while Roquebrune-sur-Argens, which is located near Saint Tropez, overlooks the Mediterranean Sea and has belonged to the Delli-Zotti family since 2006.
Yet each setting is animated by a strong sense of family spirit with steadfast values and a flair for hosting events that focus on interests shared by both families (golf, hotels, fine food, wines, etc.).
Furthermore, these two wooded and hilly courses also both evolve in harmony with their natural environment. From the plateau of Megève, the Mont d'Arbois offers a magnificent view of the Mont Blanc and the surrounding area, while Roquebrune-sur-Argens looks onto the landscapes of the Maures region with a view of the blue waters of the Mediterranean.
The partnership between the Domaine du Mont d'Arbois and the Delli Resort made perfect sense, offering a way to allow members of each club to interact, share their love of golf and discover with one another the features they like most about each course.
The first event took place in Roquebrune on the weekend of May 21-22. Participating teams were eager for the second round, which was organized in Megève on July 9 and 10 (two-person scramble).