In 1994, Mr Claude Thalmann decided to buy the 13th century Château de Vuissens and to develop it by creating a golf course. The industrialist mandated Mrs. Angèle Barras for this project and it developed positively, despite some opposition within the village, until 1997, the year of Mr. Thalmann's death.

Mrs Barras continued her mandate, well supported by the Board of Directors of the Centre Sportif du Château de Vuissens SA. Despite long and costly administrative procedures, the first 6 holes of the Vuissens course were opened in July 2001 and a few weeks later, the course had 9 holes. The entire 18-hole course in a 52-hectare valley, designed by the famous architect Jeremy Pern, was finally available in April 2002.


It was also in 2002 that Mr. Jean-Roch Oberson, a member of Golf Club Vuissens, bought the North Wing of the Castle on a whim in order to renovate it and transform it into a public restaurant, with, in particular, a magnificent Salle des Chevaliers that can accommodate about a hundred people.

Continuing his enthusiasm, in 2005 he also bought the Grange du Château, which was in a state of ruin. He restored it to become the Golf Club's Club House. This protected building now houses the golf reception and the restaurant "A Votre Goût" which welcomes members and visitors in a spacious interior or on the terrace overlooking the green of 18th hole.

The golf course, par 72 of 6'179 meters, is bordered by forests and embellished with a natural river and magnificent water features, a dream location for golfing and ideal for relaxation!