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Golf de Compiègne

Address Golf de Compiègne, Avenue Royale, 60200 Compiègne
Telephone +33 3 44 38 48 00
Restaurant: +33 3 44 40 86 89
Pro: +33 6 16 56 33 22
Email directeur-golfcompiegne@orange.fr
Website www.golf-compiegne.com
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Holes 18-hole long course with tough rough but generous fairways
Yardage 5963-5494-4667-4867m
SSS 71.3-71.3-66.8-65.3
Visitors Advanced booking advisable. Closed when horse race is on.
Golf O Max discounts available here: 1x25% discount on 1 green fee 18 holes,week days and W.E, year round, thru 2015 (Except during tournament), 2x2 players for the price of 1 (for 18 holes), week days and W.E, year round, thru 2015, and 1x3 players for the price of 2 (for 18 holes), week days and W.E, year round, thru 2015
Green Fees
D/E
Discount for Students
Course Designer Smith - Founded in 1896.
Location 80km north of Paris, in the heart of the Compiègne forest
Annual
Closure
No
Facilities
Golf lessons / Tennis courts
About the Course Golf de Compiègne is a beautiful golf course partially situated on a horse racing track, close to the Royal Palace and its beautiful gardens.
It is rather long, features tiny greens and the roughs on the racing track are a real hazard but the fairways are wide. Well draining course as it is built on sand.
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