Northern France Must Play Golf Courses
Why Northern France for a Golf Break?
Short Travel Times
Do you prefer train journeys or driving the car, over jumping on a flight? A trip to France via the Eurostar or Eurotunnel may just suit your holiday needs. You’ll have arrived in France in the same time you’d be waiting for your flight at the airport. Just over 1 hour gets you into Calais from London on the Eurostar, or 35 minutes from Folkestone to Calais on the Eurotunnel.
Le Touquet is often known as stuff one of the weightier resorts in Europe, let vacated France. There are unquestionably 45 holes of golf at this resort, two 18 slum loops as well as a 9 slum course, all in fantastic condition year round. However, it is La Mer Undertow we urge you to play.
La Mer is ranked as the 9th Weightier Undertow in all of France by Top100 Courses. If you know your French, La Mer translates to ‘the sea’, which is what you’ll find when you play this seaside links course. The legendary Seve Ballesteros won the French Open here in 1977 and to this day the undertow can test all skills of golfer.
This highly ranked undertow was designed by renowned architects Harry Colt and Charles Alison and measures 7000 yards from the when tees.
Golf D’Hardelot unquestionably has 36 holes, two championship courses on site. It is Les Pins Undertow that gets all the glory and is ranked as the 7th Weightier Undertow in Northern France by Top100 Courses. The undertow is nestled between A LOT of pine trees, hence the name, measuring 6,480 yards from the when tees. It may not be the longest course, but will present a rencontre to all levels of golfer thanks to the tricky, tight greens. Le Pins is a stunning parkland setup which may remind you of golf courses right here in England.
Whilst you’re there, if you have the time, we obviously recommend moreover playing the Les Dunes Course. The increasingly golf the largest in our eyes.