We have a variety of transport options available for your trip to Le Golf National. 

We must inform you that there are travel restrictions in place throughout Ryder Cup week in the vicinity of the venue so it is essential that you arrange your travel well in advance if you haven’t already done so.

It will not be possible to access the course directly on foot – you can only enter the course via one of the official transport hubs.

Select your preferred method of transport below


Travelling by train

We would encourage spectators to travel by train as it is the most direct and convenient way to get to Le Golf National from Paris. The train network across Paris provides extensive options for those wishing to travel by train and there will be shuttle buses running from Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Station and Massy-Palaiseau Station direct to Le Golf National.

Exact schedules for trains and shuttle buses will be released in 2018.

Train map

Travelling by car

There will be no public parking at Le Golf National, nor on the surrounding roads, but for those wishing to travel by car there will be three different park and rides available, which will have free shuttles running to Le Golf National. Please note these car parks are subject to availabilty. 

Park and ride tickets are available to ticket holders by visiting and going into the 'Add-ons' section. 

PR2 is located in Orsay and is recommended if you are travelling from the east and south of Paris and Le Golf National. PR3 is located in Versailles and is recommended for those travelling from the North and West of Paris and Le Golf National. PR4 is located in Louveciennes and is recommended for those travelling from the North and West of Paris.

Tickets for the park and ride will be available on a daily basis. Each vehicle using the park and ride services requires a ticket and the prices are as follows:

Tuesday 25 September - €20
Wednesday 26 September - €20
Thursday 27 September - €20
Friday 28 September - €40
Saturday 29 September - €40
Sunday 30 September - €40

Please note there will also be no pedestrian access to Le Golf National.

Park and ride map

Travelling by bicycle or motorbike

For anyone wishing to travel by bicycle or motorbike there will be dedicated parking in PR1 free of charge. Please note that locks will not be provided for either bicycles or motorbikes.

PR1 is located in Toussus-le-Noble, a few kilometres from Le Golf National. Please note there will be no public parking in PR1, except for bicycles and motorbikes.

Motorbike parking is also available in PR3.

Travelling by taxi 

There will be a taxi pick up/drop off area in PR1, located in Toussus-le-Noble, and also in PR3, located in Versailles. Taxis will not require a parking pass to enter these Park and Rides sites. This service is also available for those wishing to be dropped off by a friend/family member. 

Travel options for those with mobility issues

For registered blue badge holders travelling by car there will be dedicated parking spaces at the front of PR2, PR3 and PR4.

For wheelchair users travelling by car, we have a limited amount of on-site parking spaces.  Please contact to register your interest. For blue badge holders and wheelchair users travelling by train you must travel to Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines where there will be a shuttle bus to take you to Le Golf National. Please note disability access at Massy-Palaiseau Station cannot be guaranteed.

Event Mobility will be providing electric scooters and manual wheelchairs for the use of disabled, elderly and mobility impaired visitors at The 2018 Ryder Cup.

To reserve an electric scooter or manual wheelchair you can book online at, print out an advance booking form from the website or contact the office on 01386 725391 to request a form to be posted to you.  The charity asks £25 for an electric scooter and £10 for a manual wheelchair.  Please be aware that advance bookings cannot be made by phone and that there are a limited number of scooters and wheelchairs available for each day.

The site will offer access to those with mobility issues, including viewing areas and disabled toilet facilities.

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