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To get there:
Junction 23 off the A16 motorway from Calais

Golf d’ Abbeville
Domaine du Val
80132 Grand-Laviers

Telephone:  0033 (0)3 22 24 98 58
          Fax: 0033 (0)3 22 24 49 61       
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Golf d’Abbeville

Par 73 - 5924m

 

This physically demanding course has some spectacular holes with dramatic changes in elevation.  It has been particularly well integrated into its landscape, taking advantage of the steep natural contours, woods, hedges, thickets, marshes and water, so that artificial hazards are  few and scarcely necessary.  That said, it’s not as difficult as it looks, and you will find that its most potent defence is player-fatigue - unless you hire a ‘voiturette’, of course.

 

Abbeville is rarely very busy except on Sundays in May and September when they have a lot of club competitions, and the greens are usually in good shape.  Keep your eyes open for a very wide variety of bird-life, particularly during migration seasons. There's a decent practice range, although the ball machine is not very generous for your 3 euro token.  

 

The clubhouse is attractive with a nice bar where you can get simple food during the day.

 

The Club Pro, Chris Phillips, is British.