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Souillac Golf & Country Club

Address Souillac Golf & Country Club, 46200 La Chapelle Auzac
Telephone +33 5 65 27 56 00
Email golf@souillaccountryclub.com
Website www.souillaccountryclub.com
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Holes Undulating 18-hole course with good drainage and spectacular views. Buggies are recommended.
Yardage 4465-4307-3787m
SSS/Par 65.5/67
Visitors Friendly club, visitors most welcome. Advanced booking advisable.
Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
Offer not valid during July & August. Telephone in advance to book, all tee times are subject to availability.
Golf O Max discounts available here: 2 x 50% off 1 green fee and
2 x 2 players for the price of 1, weekdays and weekends year round
Play for Half Price at this course with the TWO FOR ONE FRANCE vouchers, all year except July 15 - August 15.
Green Fees
D/F
Course Designer Originally 6 holes, the course was extended to 9 & later 18 holes by Jeremy Pern - est. 2003
Location Souillac G&CC is situated in an oak forest, 5km north of Souillac in the heart of the Dordogne valley - South West France.
Toulouse, Limoges and Bergerac airports are all within 1½ hours drive, and a new international airport has now opened near Brive, providing direct connections from UK airports.
GPS/Sat Nav:
N 44°56'56 - E 1°27'27
Annual Closure No
Facilities Available April to November

• Brasserie-style restaurant (Open April to November); Refreshments are available during the winter months / Terrace
• Golf lessons / Practice Putting Green / 10-bay Driving Range
• Tennis courts, Swimming-pool /Playground / Kids Club in summer
• Conferences / Weddings / Parties
• Accomodation:
Stylish and very private lodges available for rent (Min. 2 nights, each hamlet has its own swimming pool & services, each house has its own garden, balcony and parking)
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Course Reviews From almost every tee of this golf course there are panoramic views of the surrounding French countryside. It is accessible for golfers of all levels, with well kept greens and tree-lined fairways.
I was there in early April and the course seemed very well maintained.
Dave Stephens May 22, 2009






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