Dieppe-Pourville Golf Club

Course Type
Parkland/Links
Designer
TBC
Par
70 
Slope
0
Rating
4.0
Golf Professional
TBC
Green Fees
Reviews
1

Course Information

ADDRESS:
51 Route de Pourville, Dieppe, Normandy, 76200 Dieppe, France
WHAT/THREE/WORDS:
Unknown
TELEPHONE:
02 35 84 25 05
DESCRIPTION:

Dieppe Golf Club, founded in 1897 is set on the cliffs to the west of Dieppe.

Setout on an undulating plateau of land with many trees and water hazards thesitingof the golf club means that it offers fantastic views of the cliffsof Pourville from severalof the holes.

A relatively tight course with someareas left as punitive rough thecourse is always a greatchallenge, butwhen the wind blows, the elevated position of the course means you can add several shots to your round.

Visitors are always welcome.

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Overall Course Rating
3.7 / 5

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36.0
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A must play course, but only on a nice day!

Played here on a lovely sunny day in April. The clubhouse was relatively small (more like a big house) but everyone was friendly and the terrace overlooking the 18th green was a nice place to watch the following guys come in.
The practice facilities were good, even if the range balls looked overdue for replacement.
The course is fantastic, the 1st is an easy introduction then the 2nd offers fantastic views down the coast (cliffs like Dover) before the course turns inland.
All in all it was good value for money, an interesting and challenging course (three putting was a definite possibility) which was very well maintained and definitely worth a visit - but I'm not sure I'd write such a review if I had played it when the wind was blowing, with maybe rain in the air...
Date Sunday, 25, April 2010