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Golf Club du Haut-Poitou

Address Golf Club du Haut-Poitou, Parc des Loisirs de Saint Cyr, 86130 Saint-Cyr
Telephone +33 5 49 62 53 62
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Website www.golfduhautpoitou.com
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Holes Haut Poitou - 18 / Saint Cyr - 9 / Pitch & Putt
Yardage 6612m - 1800 m
Par 73 - 31
Visitors Advanced booking advisable
Green Fees
D/E
Course Designer Harold Baker - 1987
Location 20km north of Poitiers/1h30 from Paris by train
From Poitiers, leave the RN10 (Poitiers-Chatellerault) road in Beaumont La Tricherie, turn right towards Traversais, then left towards Moussais La Bataille. Drive along the narrow road skirting the lake to the golf Course.
Annual Closure 25th December & 1st January
Facilities
• Target green with bunker, 2 putting greens
• Beginners & advanced tuition. Individual or group lessons
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More Info Venue for the "Open International du Haut Poitou" (ALPS Tour).
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If you're in the area, well worth a visit. We travelled 50 miles to play and weren't disappointed. English pro and very helpful staff made the experience even more enjoyable. Fabulous views over the lake at the top, but you will be descending to the lakeside for much of the course, so in the main it's quite flat. Fairways a little burnt in summer, but the greens and tees in quality condition. Not over difficult (off 18) but some very tricky greens to catch you out. The par 3's are excellent and, due to the hard fairways and run on the ball, the 5's weren't too difficult.
What goes down has to come up and the climb to the clubhouse after the 18th is a bit of a killer, but there's always a cold drink and some comfortable chairs at the end of it. Also worth a look is their 9 hole course. No pitch and putt this with a 193 mtr par 3 and four good par 4's Not quite the standard of the main course but some great holes to play. Once again, in very good condition despite the dry summer and there's still that hill to climb at the end.
Keith Gallier September 4, 2009






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