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Golf d' Omaha Beach Golf

Address Golf d' Omaha Beach Golf, La Ferme Saint Sauveur,
14520 Port en Bessin Huppain
Telephone +33 2 31 22 12 12
Email info@golf-omaha-beach.com
Website www.omahabeachgolfclub.com
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Holes Seaside Course - 18
Manor Course - 18
Yardage 5974m - 2694m
SSS 72 - 35
Visitors Advanced booking advisable
Golf O Max discounts available here: 2x25% discount on 1 green fee (based on 18 holes), valid weekdays and W.E, year round, thru 2015, and 2x3 players for the price of 2 (based on 18 holes), valid Tuesdays and Fridays, year round, thru 2015
Green Fees
E-G High Season
D Low Season
Course Designer Yves Bureau - 1986
Location Set in a magnificent setting overlooking the D-Day landing beaches and close to the Normandy American Cemetery, 2H30 from Paris by the A13 motorway, 8km north of Bayeux.
Directions:
After Bayeux, take exit 38
towards Vaucelles-Port-en-Bessin and turn left in Vaucelles towards Sully. On the D6, turn left and left again in Port-en-Bessin towards Grandcamp.
You will see the golf course on your left, and at the top of the hill, take the first road on the left.
Annual
Closure
Tuesdays between 15th November to 15th March
Facilities

• Conference rooms
• Pitch & Putt / 3 putting greens / Golf lessons
• Swimming-pool, Tennis courts
• "Pierre & Vacances" village
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About Omaha Beach GC Seaside - "The view from the 6th Hole is spectacular. The golf course designer Yves Bureau balanced the green on the edge of cliffs overlooking the town and harbour of Port-en-Bessin while offering a superb view over reminders of the D-Day Landings - the artificial port at Arromanche s and the artillery bunkers at Longues-sur-Mer. Views of the sea are to be had everywhere from the Course - from the 1st green, all along the 5th, from the 2nd hole, a superb Par 3 in line with the Vauban Tower, from the 6th hole of course but also the 7th, a long Par 4 with its back to the sea and then from the 9th with its tee just behind the water trap. Golfers of all levels will enjoy the Course's dominant colours of the blue from the sea and green from the surrounding countryside . As part of the D-Day 50th Anniversary each of the Course's holes were renamed in homage to the leaders of that memorial event - 1st General D.EISENHOWER - 2nd Sir W.CHURCHILL - 3rd General Charles DE GAULLE - 4th Field Marshal P.KOENIG - 5th Filed Marshal Maréchal B.L. MONTGOMERY - 6th General O.BRADLEY - 7th General C.L. GERGARDT - 8th General G.S. PATTON - 9th Colonel RUDDE"
"The Manor is situated in the heart of the Normandy countryside , with breathkating views of the Bessin countryside.
Each of the holes have several tee off points making the course less challenging for those golfers using the shorter tees.
Greenery and water features intertwine beside the fairways and greens. The beginners among you will have your work cut out with challenging greens and dangerous roughs."
Exc from the Club's own website
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