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Golf de Nampont St Martin

Address Golf de Nampont St Martin, Maison Forte, 80120 Nampont St Martin
Telephone +33 3 22 29 92 90
Holes "Les Cygnes" : 18
"Le Belvédère": 18
A combination of woodland with open country.
Yardage 6051m-5275m
Par 72-70
Visitors Advanced booking advisable
Green Fees
Cygnes: D-E
Belvédère: D
Course Designer Chatterton - 1978
Location Situated 25km south of Le Touquet & 2 hours from Paris, in the picturesque Authie Valley, close to the "Baie de Somme"
Between Montreuil and Abbeville A16 : exit 25 then RN1 towards Abbeville or exit 24 then RN1 towards Montreuil.
Driving range on water with floating balls
Golf lessons
About the Courses Les Cygnes is laid out around a 15th century Château called "La Maison Forte" and is bordered by 3 large lakes joined together by the Authie river. It is a challenging course with its water hazards and some narrow tree-lined fairways.
Le Belvédère is the easier of the two, no water here but it can be tricky when the wind blows.
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Both courses
I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed both courses here, the greens and fairways were mostly decent condition but the tees could have been slightly neater. The Cygnes (Swans) course was my pick of the two and has some lovely wide fairway holes and challenging water hazards on almost every hole. Par 3's with island greens, and approach shots flirting with lakes, etc. Only complaint was the fairway drainage which meant (the day I played at least) drives would plug more often than not. A good length course which the longer hitters will definitely relish as there are plenty of par 5's reachable in 2 shots which present good scoring opportunities.
I would strongly advise disregarding the other review as it's overly harsh, and who has a problem with a 600 yard par 5? It's a cracking hole and needs two mighty blows to reach in two.
I paid 55 euro for the day and played 36 holes in around 7.5 hours, with virtually nobody on the Cygnes course on a sunny Sunday evening. My idea of bliss!
As for the Belvedere course, it's a different challenge, hillier, and far tighter off the tee, but also has some cracking holes and was in decent condition.
There's also an unusual driving range which hits into a lake, not great but certainly novel.
Excellent value for money and a great day's golf. Recommended.
Mark: 7
Value For Money: Good
Ben August 26, 2014

This course is not suitable for even the average golfer.
The teeing areas are churned up, the fairways are similar to playing in a field and the greens are also poor.
The whole course which has water on every hole is very wet underfoot even on a dry day.Consequently the ball plugs immediately.
The par 5 which is almost 600 yards long is unacceptable.
Mark: 1
Value For Money: Poor
Linda Frost March 28, 2012

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