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IRITH BEHIR 1 Review

Mrs. BEHIR - Manager "Provencal Golf"

On our course it is essential to have a license, this is our rules of procedure and this is posted everywhere. Unfortunately, despite the controls some dishonest people come to play without licenses.

AS FOR THE BEGINNERS: It is very important to be tolerant in life... we were all beginners... remember when you’ve started to play golf…….

We are always doing the best to improve the course and to respect our clients.

YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO VISIT OUR WEBSITE: www. leprovencalgolf. com

lunatic 16 Reviews
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In the region only Gaps

Fairways rather short and space in a rather bad condition. Located in the middle of the industrial area, but you notice little on the square. The driving range is good and big. Price is just ok, if you just want to beat some balls quickly.

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jeanphil 7 Reviews
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Still neat for 9 hole but too expensive

The square is confined between commercial area, shopping mall and residential zone in the area of ​​Sophia Antipolis, which leads to short and narrow playing tracks. The range, on the other hand, is enormous; while in Cannes Mougins is permitted only to Iron 5, the driver can be moved here. The place is in no good condition, the tee-offs and fairways partly frustrated with outsides, the greens are OK. For a short 9-hole round just fine, elsewhere is more offered.

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Doc67 6 Reviews
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Unfortunately in bad condition

I played the place in August 17 and also in August 14,3 years ago still good, but now also because of the dry summer unfortunately the fairways in very bad condition, also the greens u Vorgrüns very dry with many holes. Too bad.

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cds 20 Reviews
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Summer has left its mark

The fabulous golf course is still worth a visit. Driving Ranch also evening well usable. Unfortunately Reception is closed from 19.00 h. Personal changeable and only partially helpful and friendly. Also Club restaurant closes shortly afterwards. to come as green fee players hardly possible later in the locker room and shower.. Club grounds and parking open until about 20.00 h, possibly longer. Opposite golf course is a shopping center with bistros. Golf Academy available.. E-Cars as well. Place plant has partially strong in late summer wear. Driving Ranch maintained. There are green fee cooperations with hotels. 5-card driving range 17.50 euros. On weekends and evenings in summer and partially fall heavily attended.

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scd 5 Reviews
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September / October 2015

Site has some suffered from the hot summer. Nevertheless, an experience, hilly, created in a valley. Sporlich demanding. Driving range on a hill above the clubhouse. Clubhouse maintained with affordable gastronomy. Beautiful view. Clubsekreteriat friendly and helpful. E- Cars scarce, Pre. Parking in the evening also in short supply. Audience International... greenfee affordable,. Rental clubs available

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lonny66 19 Reviews
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Well maintained community

The plant is in very good condition and well maintained. The fairways are grown dense, mowed the paths properly. The Bunker indicate a reliable care. The entire course blends in well with the varied hilly landscape. Sporty considered the tracks are not particularly demanding. Sure, it goes uphill and down, but that requires more stamina than the game tactics. What leave the places of good one jerk, tarnishes a bit of the condition and structure and the driving range. There is no grass tees and tee mats are without teas and have the best years already behind itself. The restaurant is very good and it has a really nice terrace. The whole complex has recently been completely restored to its chic design and warm earth tones. Overall, we would play there again. The approximately 40 - € green fee are okay.

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fairway67 3 Reviews
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Beautiful place, but meanwhile caution on weekends!

As regular visitors to the Cote d'Azur we have often played this place because it is perfect for a quick 9 holes during the holiday. Also, the practice facilities are very good for local conditions.
Unfortunately, the game speed on court during the weekend or on holidays has become a disaster (more than 2.5 hours in a flight of two for this relatively short space). Upon request, the Marshall told us that he had instructions to control only the green fees and not to intervene in this regard... He knew about this problem, the operator would be interested only in the green fee, so that the weekend would be very many players without a handicap on the course!

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Apollo 9 Reviews
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Typical Provence

If you have not times as much time to play 18 holes, maybe it can times this place with only 9 holes to be. The practice facilities are in comparison to other places on the Côte outstanding - chipping, pitching and putting together a large driving range. The place is quite hilly, so also sporty. However, I find the green fee comparatively too expensive if you want to play the 9 holes twice and then has to pay double green fee, especially since not everything is well gepfegt on the court. Some balls disappear in the side "Knicks" if you are not precise enough plays, but that seems to be the just punishment for a bad shot. The kitchen is very commendable and the club house with its terrace offers a relaxing atmosphere after the game.

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TitleistAP2 4 Reviews
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Cozy place

A simple place with great variety. The place is perfect for a casual and spassige round of golf. Short course, with the possibility to reach some 4 pair at once. Unfortunately, the place was not in the best condition (September '12), but this is a minor matter. The food in the clubhouse is highly recommended. Price performance, very good.

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Uwe H 3 Reviews
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Golf overlooking the Alps

The plant is now running under the name of Le Provencal Golf.
Very well maintained 9 hole course on which there are no flat sheet. The constant ups and downs a lot of fun, my favorite track was the track 6 Right and left some tracks go the balls ever lost in the thicket. And the designer had a Vorlibe for sand bunker.
To the great gameplay of course the panorama is added: the magnificent views of the Maritime Alps directs you up from the sometimes bad game.
If the service staff even friendlier it would also be a very good.

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