Club- and course information
The golf course covers 54 hectares for a length of 5635m. It has a beautifully wooded landscape and two rivers intertwined (the Thore and the Issales). Scottish architects Ross Mackenzie and Mr. Hawtree have created a slightly hilly course without being too physical. Technically harmonious, it constitutes a challenge for all categories of golfers: beginners to confirmed. The course is playable in any season, all year round.
Very tree-lined, the route requires precise driver shots to find the opening that allows an easy attack of the green. The alternation of difficult approaches and beautiful birdie possibilities makes the course pleasant and varied for all levels of play. The course is straightforward: a good stroke is rewarded and the bad stroke is sanctioned. However, the difficulty of the course can be accentuated by the prevailing wind in the region which blows in gusts and requires constant concentration.