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Dinard Golf

Dinard Golf
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Designed by Tom Dunn in 1887, this course is the second oldest in France after the Pau Golf Club (1856).

Laid out alongside France’s Emerald Coast, players enjoy sea views from all 18 holes, each of which has its own individual name (the dog’s paw, the complete disaster, etc.)

This course is more tricky than difficult, with its sandy soil, undulating fairways, small, high, very fast greens and many bunkers. It also has very few trees but plenty of broom and gorse bushes.

The course also has an impressive history and many loyal devotees, including a number of champion golfers.
This is a truly historic links course.
 
18-hole course - Par 68 - 5334 meters

Number of holes: 18

Par: 68

Architect: Tom Dunn

This course is neither long nor tiring, so it may deceive the unwary into thinking that it is easy, but the final score tells the real story !

Dinard is also a windy course ! You always seem to have the wind in your face or a crosswind making your game challenging.

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  • Club house
  • Pro shop
  • Restaurant, terrace, bar
  • Lockers
  • Training area
  • Golf lessons