Golf PackagesAlbrecht Golf Travel
|Yellow (Men)||71||129||5683 m|
|Red (Women)||71||129||4938 m|
Technical difficulty: Moderate - Hard
- Driving Range (13 tees)
- Putting Green
Visitors are welcome every day.
A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.
Handicap limit: 35 (Mon-Fri) / 32 (Sat, Sun & Holidays)
|Green Fee||Mon - Fri||Sat, Sun, Holidays|
|18 Holes||120 €||150 €|
- Locker rooms
- Club accepts credit cards
Credit cards accepted.
- Clubs for hire
- Trolley for hire
- Electro-trolley for hire
|Managing Director||Charles Houtart|
|Pro||Frederique Ruffier Menay|
Most Recent Reviews
Strenuous but worth it!
Reviewed May 1, 2013via iPhone app
Almost 800 m above sea on a mountain ridge below Mt. Agel: what a lovely surprise! Great Golfcourse currently in excellent condition. Very clean greens. Good fairways. To lengthen the course a new hole #5 has been added: You must cross the street for access. A scenic par 3. All in all this is a hilly course. Carrying the bag might even be easier than a push cart. The receptionist is unfriendly. The other staff are good. I played it twice end of April 2013: great fun! Drink a "Menthe à lait glacé" at the bar afterwards: a delight!
Reviewed August 29, 2011
By far this is the most scenic course i have played in. You should come in a bright day, the mountains of Corsica are in sight. Technically interesting but not too hard, obviously well kept and very very expensive but once in life you can do it and feel good. Club house of charming vintage style, locker rooms nice but showers a little poor compared with the environment.
High and noble
Reviewed February 20, 2011
If you want to play golf on the Côte d'Azur, you should visit the place of the small Principality once. He is far above the Principality of about 800 m above sea level at La Turbie with some breathtaking views of the sea and the casino together with the Principality. Should you have there the evening before something filled his cash, you can pay the green fee, but the bank always wins... The green fee during the week costs 120 euros, 150 euros on weekends (as of 2010). The place is beautifully maintained and is exemplary in the landscape. It is an old place, not very long, but still challenging. It's a wonder how anyone could come up with the idea to create a golf course at this point, but some of it is so small in Monaco possible, which is unthinkable elsewhere.
Frequently, clouds over the place, which makes for playing something opaque...
I would have also given the place five stars if it were not the high price. Some places in Germany are better maintained, equivalent of design, but considerably cheaper. But the green fees on the Côte d'Azur are simply here as high as the whole life.
I can recommend the place to play around. He is also sporting a big challenge, but he has significant level differences that stimulate the respiratory rate while running.
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