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Golf de Royan

Address Golf de Royan Maine Gaudin
7, rue de la Palmyre 17420 Saint-Palais Sur Mer
Telephone +33 5 46 23 16 24
Email golfderoyan@wanadoo.fr
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Website www.golfderoyan.com
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Holes • The "Cordouan" course: 18
• 6-hole practice course
Yardage • 5924-5507-4992-4712 m
• 855 m
SSS 72.59 - 19
Visitors Advanced booking required
Green Fees
D/E
Course Designer Robert Berthet - 1977
Location Carved in the "Forêt de la Coubre", close to the sea side resort of Royan, on the "Côte de Beauté" and 70km south of La Rochelle.
GPS/Sat Nav:
latitude 45°39'15 Nord
  • longitude 1°06'13 Ouest
Annual Closure No
Facilities
• The restaurant caters for all functions
• Golf lessons available
• Chipping area/Putting green/Driving range
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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This is a long hard golf course set in pine forest, best played using a buggy as it gets hot in summer. There are over 30 electric buggies for hire. It has many visitors mainly French and British. The fairways have got a sprinkler system and are laid on sand dunes. Many holes follow the hollows between the pine covered dunes. The greens are thin grass on quick draining sand and in summer can burn with the heavy course use. They are annually tinned in autumn. The regulars are used to and welcome visitors and several Brits are members. It is a family orientated club with a large lady and junior sections. The high quality club house overlooks the 18th green and lake and the club restaurant serves excellent french cuisine. It's my favourite course as I must have played it over 100 times in 10 years of visiting.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 10/10
Tony Sheppard






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