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Dinard Golf

Address Dinard Golf, Boulevard de la Houle, 35800 Saint-Briac-sur-Mer
Telephone +33 2 99 88 32 07
Fax +33 2 99 88 04 53
Holes 18 - links
Yardage 5338m
SSS 69.1
Visitors Advanced booking advisable
Green Fees
Course Designer Tom Dunn - 1887
Dinard Golf Club was founded by a small colony of British residents living in Dinard at the end of the 19th century.
This course is the second oldest in France after Pau (1856).
Location 17km south-west of Saint Briac sur Mer
25th December
Panoramic clubhouse / Golf lessons
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An absolute treat! On a very windy day this course proved to be very testing! But the layout and views demonstrate the quality of this course. Greens were being treated on the day we played which lead to a greenfee discount, and may have detracted from the experience had we not had the BEST time! An absolute joy.
Mark: 10
Value For Money: Good
Peter Bateman October 9, 2011

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