A HILLY LAYOUT
FOR GOLFERS OF ALL LEVELS
Set under the impressive Rocher de Roquebrune rock, which glows a flamboyant red at sunset, the course winds around the river and a series of water obstacles, among dry garrigue, veteran oaks and umbrella pines.
Although this hilly course can be strenuous and challenging for golfers, it does not feature any major difficulties. Saint Endréol offers players of all levels a spectacular course in scenic countryside, where each fairway has its own unique character.
While you're enjoying a fabulous round, keep an eye out for a few holes, in particular number 2, with its water obstacle and dogleg to the right, and the famous number 13, with its spectacular drop down onto a green on water! This signature hole is a real challenge with an elevated tee, but perfectly feasible as it is a short par 3 and you can get onto the green in 1. Last but not least, number 18 offers a superb finale, less than 50 metres from the panoramic terrace of the clubhouse.
All players with a maximum handicap of 30 are welcome to perfect their swing on our course.
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