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Golf Club de la Prèze

Address Golf Club de la Prèze, Domaine de La Prèze, 16220 Ecuras
Telephone +33 5 45 23 24 74
Email info@golfdelapreze.com
Website www.golfdelapreze.com
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Holes • 18-hole international standard course with many natural obstacles, lakes and woodland
• 18-hole Pitch and Putt
Length White -5.994m, yellow -5.549m, blue -5.066m, red -4.4543m
Par 72
Visitors Advanced booking advisable
Golf O Max discounts available here: 4 x 2 players for the price of 1, weekdays and W.E, year round, thru 2015
Green Fees
C/E
Course Designer 9-hole course built in 1990 designed by Pega and Bertrand.
Extended to 18 in 2004 by Oliver Van Der Vynkt .
Location 35km east of Angoulême.
- Get off the A10 Paris-Bordeaux motorway at junction 30 (Poitiers Sud) towards Angoulême. Take the N141 all the way to La Rochefoucauld and follow the signs to Montbron. Once there follow the signs to Golf de la Prèze/Village le Chat in the direction of St Mathieu.
- From Limoges: Head towards St Junien and follow the signs to Rochechouart first, then St Mathieu, Busserolles and Ecuras.
GPS/Sat Nav:
N 45°42'40"
E  0°34'56"
Annual Closure Open all year round, 7 days a week.
Facilities
• Clubhouse with terrace overlooking the course
• 30-bay driving range (some covered, some open grass).
Large pitching green and separate putting green.
• Individual, group or on-course teaching
Charming Gite, with Hot Tub, close to Cognac and Golf
This 2 bedroom gite sleeps 4 people and is ideal for golfers, be you golfing couples, friends or couples with only one playing partner. It is based in a small hamlet within a 10 minute stroll of the beautiful Charente river. Cognac is just a 5 minutes drive away as is the lovely Cognac Golf Course. The gite sits in the enclosed grounds of the owners' property, a former cognac distillery. It has a sunny, private south facing terrace and exclusive access to a very special hot tub in which you can relax all year round.
Enquiries to shani.fancett@orange.fr
Description Located on the banks of the river Charente between Cognac and Jarnac, this quality course is a gently-sloping course with three ponds twisting and turning between vineyards and woodland. Experienced golfers will enjoy playing holes 12, 15 and 17.
Golf du Cognac has hosted the "Omnium Dames" in which the best French Pro & Amateur Lady players compete.
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Presentation Situated in the Charente département, south-west France, bordering the Dordogne and Limousin regions, Golf Club de la Prèze is laid out in the middle of rolling countryside, harmoniously alternating between forests and fields.
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