The management of Saint-Cloud Golf Club’s wooded parkland is subject to special attention.

In 2005, the Management Committee commissioned a study which was carried out by a Consultancy Firm in ornamental and woodland arboriculture. A first five-year plan, followed by a second in 2011, has made it possible to monitor the state of health of the course’s trees. Some of them are referenced as remarkable trees in the departmental records of the Hauts-de-Seine

Every year, Saint-Cloud Golf Club allocates a significant budget to maintaining the wooded parkland: trees are cut down or pruned; ornamental trees are planted; and ecological niches are created.