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Blue Green Golf de Limère

Address Blue Green Golf de Limère, 1411 Allée de la Pomme de Pin, 45160 Ardon (Olivet)
Telephone +33 2 38 63 89 40
Email orleans.limere@bluegreen.com
Website www.bluegreen.com/limere
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Holes 18-hole scenic championship course with 94 bunkers, well-guarded greens & numerous water hazards nevertheless enjoyed by every calibre of golfer.
Yardage 6221m-5720m-5205m-4825m
SSS 73.5-71.4-74.1-71.6
Visitors Advanced booking advisable
Green fee discounts available here with My Golf Pass. You'll receive your e-pass by email and you can even play the same day!
Golf O Max discounts available here: 2x50% discount on 1 green fee 18 holes, weekdays and W.E, from 01/07 to 31/08/2015 (except public holidays, long WE and tounament) and 2x3 players for the price of 2 (based on 18 holes), weekdays and W.E year round thru 2015 (except public holidays, long WE and tounament)
Green Fees
D / F
Course Designer Cabel Robinson - 1992
Location Just over an hour from Paris (120 km) on the way to the Loire Valley châteaux, 10km south of Orléans, Golf de Limère winds its way through the Sologne Forest.
Directions:
From Orléans town centre, take the A20 towards Vierzon and turn right towards Golf de Limère.
GPS/Sat Nav:
latitude : 47.8198995
longitude : 1.9146305
Annual
Closure
Open all year round
Facilities

Catering Facilities +33 (0)2 38 63 89 40
- Lunch: Clubhouse Restaurant
Dinner: Hotel Restaurant
- Conference Facilities
Tuition & Practice Facilities
- Golf Lessons in French & English (Book ahead) & Children's Academy
- Driving range & 6-hole Practice Course, Chipping & Putting greens
Other facilities
Tennis courts, Outdoor heated Swimming-pool, Mountain bikes etc.
Les Balnéades Solarium & Balneotherapy
Accomodation
- 3 star Hotel (120 rooms)
- 120 cottages
www.portes-de-sologne.com
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About the Course The most difficult hole at Limère is the tree-lined 537m long par 5 6th with water coming into play from your second shot & a narrow, elongated sloping green guarded by water on one side and a bunker on the other.Ranked 7th in France by Golf Européen
Venue for the French Amateur Championship in 1998
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