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To get there:
Junction 27 off the A16 motorway from Calais

Golf d’Hardelot
3, Avenue du Golf
62152 Hardelot

Telephone:  0033 (0)3 21 83 73 10
          Fax: 0033 (0)3 21 83 24 33     
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Golf d’Hardelot

 

Golf des Pins (The Pines) Par 72 - 5870m

Golf des Dunes (The Dunes) Par 73 - 6095m

 

These two courses are among the finest in France, as you might expect from a club twinned with Wentworth.  Both Hardelot courses are superbly maintained and breathtakingly beautiful, laid out through avenues of pine trees with water hazards and undulating terrain, elevated tees and dog legs.

 

The Pines was designed in 1930 by Tom Simpson and is technically demanding.  This course has been the venue for a number of important national and international championships, and you will need to have mustered all your reserves of concentration and technique to feel you’ve played it as well as you could.

 

The Dunes is a tight, technical course with lots of doglegs and blind holes.  It’s more physically demanding than Les Pins, on hilly terrain among beautiful pine woods, with a fine variety of views and perspectives.

 

Whichever course you play, take a strokesaver guide book.  The tees and greens have no numbered signs on them, so follow the guide carefully as it’s easy to take a wrong turn and play a hole out of order.  Each course has its own fine clubhouse offering exceptional facilities.         

 

Hardelot is a pleasant small resort with a good beach, shops, cafes and other facilities that can provide plenty of amusement for non-golfing members of the family, if necessary.