The Languedoc Roussillon Golf Course clubhouse is a sustainable building that was built even before the golf course was designed. It acted as the construction office and a conference for holding meetings while the golf course was being designed.

The clubhouse is designed to match the Eiffel tower in Paris. It brings the traditional French architecture into the golf course which complements the parkland surroundings.

At the clubhouse, golfers can relax and enjoy each other’s company at the indoor bar that serves some of the best French wines. There are other beverages that golfers can cool off with after a hot tee time. The club also houses secure and spacious changing rooms, a restaurant, and the pro shop.

On-site offices are located on the far right of the clubhouse. There is a private conference room next to the office which is open for both residents and guests. At the back of the clubhouse, Languedoc Roussillon Golf Course designers constructed a large outdoor pool with a kid’s section. However, it is only open to residents.

Plans are underway to expand the clubhouse to include an open space that will be used to host various events such as parties, weddings, and conference centers.