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Golf de Cornouaille

Address Golf de Cornouaille, Manoir du Mesmeur, 29940 La Forêt Fouesnant
Telephone +33 2 98 56 97 09
Restaurant: 02 98 51 44 82
Email golf-de-cornouaille@wanadoo.fr
Website www.golfdecornouaille.com
Holes 18
Yardage 5684m
SSS 71
Visitors Welcome. Advanced booking advisable
Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
Play all times exc. weekends, bank hols and between 14th July-31st Aug. Contact club to make a booking, all tee times are subject to availability.
Green Fees
D/E
Course Designer Fred et Martin Hawtree - Opened 1959
Location 15km south-east of Quimper
Annual
Closure
No
Facilities
• Clubhouse housed in an 18th century manor house / Terrace w with sea views 
• Golf lessons
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Course
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Day I arrived to play the Club House was being refurbished so a temporary series of tented accommodations were on hand sadly this did not do the ambiance of the place any favours but I am sure that once the Club House has been restored the place will be impressive.
On Course you will find a Parkland layout, plenty of trees, and bunkers, holes run along side the river so water is a feature. As for difficulty then it much depends on if you "draw"the ball (right hander) this is not a track for big fades. If you play to single figures you should score well. Fairways moderately wide. Greens OK without being anything special. I have certainly played better courses in France but all in all the track is a pleasant walk. If you're in the area give this place a go, but not worth a long trip. Try to book in advance to avoid any misunderstandings.
Price per round not the cheapest at £47 (56 euro)
Mark: 6
Value For Money: Fair
terry sullivan July 6, 2014

It is about the 5th time we have played here. The course has always been in reasonable condition. Beware of discrimination against Brits here, especially if they offer you to enter one of their competitions, post a start time on the internet and then let you know a few hours before that you cannot play as you are not French !! Strange but true.
James McKinley June10, 2007

Lovely, well-kept parkland course, with some very challenging par-4s - uphill 90 degree doglegs, and the like. Par 3s nothing to write home about, but very well-bunkered, meaning that a missed green can result in a tricky escape from a deep trap. Altogether a very pleasant experience - the clubhouse is a chateau, too, so a pint at the 19th is always a treat.
Dominic Howden March 6, 2005






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