On the golf course, there are thousands of trees. Even though water hazards and bunkers add difficulty to the course, novices are not overchallenged. The club house is located in an old 17th century barn.
A forgiving golf course with wide fairways but with the odd surprise. Suitable for golfers at all levels. Despite the recent heavy rains in April the course was in excellent condition. Fantastic Normandy style clubhouse and private houses that surround some areas of the course. The staff in both the pro-shop and bar/restaurant were both friendly and helpful to our golfing group. Would recommend it to any golfers who enjoy the ambience of good food, hospitable staff and a course with some challenging holes.
Golf PGA de France: boring
3.0 of 5 starsReviewed September 8, 2019
The complex is quite pretentious, gigantic clubhouse, very nice and very friendly in the pro shop. The place on the first 9 impresses with its great fairways and greens, but on the 2nd. 9 holes totally boring. Always back and forth, everything flat, no variety. Very quiet in early September, condition of the place good. The associated hotel Grand Slam is recommended.
We are an Italian family passionate about golf. Upon our arrival the lady at the club house welcomed us as if we were their members forever! We only played nine holes, but we expect to return because everything was run with great passion! Beautiful the path inserted in a village and with small roads passable with electric skates.
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