Le Touquet Golf Club

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Address: Avenue de Golf, Le Touquet, Nord Pas de Calais, 62520, France
Rating: 3.0
Rating: 3.0
Opened: 1904
Holes: 45
Type: La Mer - Links; La Foret - Parkland
Length: La Mer: 6393m; La Foret: 5827m
Par: La Mer 72; La Foret 71
Rating/SSS: La Mer 75; La Foret 71,
Green Fees: 9 hole from 25 Euro, 18 hole from 47 Euro
Offers: Contact club directly for current special offers.
Tel No: +33 (0) 321 062 800
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Website: www.letouquet.com/web/tourisme_saisons/s ports/golf.aspx?id_langue=2
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Clubhouse/Hospitality Rating: 3.0
Quality of Course Rating: 4.0
Practice Facilities Rating: 2.0
Value for Money Rating: 3.0

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Accomodation (across road), Clubhouse with changing rooms, bar, restaurant, Fully stocked pro shop with equipment hire. Golf facilities include practice green, training bunker and pitching green.
Le Touquet offers 3 excellent golf courses: 9 hole Le Manoir at 2817m; 18 hole La Foret at 5872m; 18 hole La Mer at 6393m;

Le Manoir, designed by Bill Baker, is the 9 hole course at Le Touquet. Ideal for the beginner or for the golfer wishing to perfect his game, the Manoir is a course laid out within the Dunes and offers all the facets of the game of Golf.

La Foret, designed by Horace Hutchinson and opened in 1904, is laid out in Le Touquet's scenic pine forest and has a relatively flat layout, very pretty, with some tight fairways and strategically placed bunkers. Less taxing than Le Mer and suitable for all levels.

La Mer, designed by Harry Colt, has been the venue for the French Open on a number of occasions and was recently voted one of the top 100 courses in Europe. The greens are well protected and the course demands accuracy rather than power. The views are stunning and you could be mistaken for believing you are playing a classy Scottish golf course. The centre stage for numerous Major championships, La Mer Course has been Le Touquet's crowning glory for more than 60 years. Superbly sculpted within the dunes, the setting is magical with the trees occasionally outlining the horizon. In between the bands of sand, the fairways remain the natural paths to follow. The greens are a finishing touch to this work of art. It is a passionate course for the seasoned player.

Visitors are always welcome (and these courses are very popular).

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28 Oct 2014, 14:06
Clubhouse/Hospitality Rating: 4.0
Quality of Course Rating: 4.0
Practice Facilities Rating: 2.0
Value for Money Rating: 0.0

Nice courses and area ...

Great courses within this complex. The hotel is a little tired but clean and tidy, and everyone is friendly.

The courses but La Mer and Le Foret and very nice. La Mer being the slightly better with great holes, views, and in fantastic condition.

They have had some problems with weather/wind, and had to cut tress down around the club house so not as picturesque as it once was but all made good by the golf.



10 Nov 2008, 18:21
Clubhouse/Hospitality Rating: 2.0
Quality of Course Rating: 4.0
Practice Facilities Rating: 2.0
Value for Money Rating: 3.0

Le Mer is tough.......

Played here several times, always Le mer course (the sea) not Le Foret (the forest). While I've not played Le Foret there is only one clubhouse so you walk 800 yards across the middle of the 'forest' course (and then across the road) to get to le Mer so I've had a good look at Le Foret and wasn't that impressed (flat, open, few trees, few bunkers). But Le Mer... totally, totally different - played through the sand dunes and forest, relatively tight fairways, several blind shots, off the fairway is trouble, very up & down, a great test of golf - you'll enjoy it but your score won't be good!


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