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Médoc Course

Situated at the entrance of a wonderful wine region and at 20km from Bordeaux, the Golf du Médoc offers two 18 holes courses ranked among the most beautiful European courses.

Golf du Médoc

Châteaux Course
18 holes - par 71 - 6 435 m

The Châteaux course designed by Bill Corre (USA) in 1989, corresponds to the pure tradition of Scottish links.
Wide fairways bordered by heather, gorse and broom entice golfers into the delights of a carefully preserved nature.
The fast greens, the influence of Atlantic winds and the technical difficulties of the layout make this championship course a constant challenge.

It is necessary to play with a lot of intelligence and strategic sense, every shot is different. Considered one of the top courses in Europe, it is listed as the 12th best course in France and hosted the French Open in 1999.


Parcours Golf du Médoc

Vignes Course
18 holes - par 71 - 6 237 m

The Vignes course designed by Rod Whitman (Canada), is set in a typically regional landscape where the beauty of the moors and the maritime pines serve to enhance the architect's design.
The long par-5 holes with their carefully designed greens, the judiciously placed bunkers call for careful and precise strokes.

The wide variety of holes and the sumptuous setting will more than meet the expectations of the most demanding players

 

Golf du Médoc au classement 2009 du Top 100 European CoursesFrench Open was played at Golf du Médoc in 1999, won by Retief Goosen. The Golf du Médoc also welcomed Challenge Tour Final in 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004.

Many champions also played both courses : Ian Baker Finch, Severiano Ballesteros, Mark Calcavecchia, Ben Crenshaw, Steve Elkington, Retief Goosen, Paul Lawrie, Sandy Lyle, Jose Maria Olazabal, Mark O’Meara, Ian Woosnam, Angel Cabrera, Trevor Immelman, Geoff Ogilvy.

 

The Golf du Médoc Resort, voted best French golf course !
At the ceremony of the World Golf Awards, an international jury of journalists and professionals in the golf world, met on 15 November 2014 in Faro (Portugal) was unanimously elected the Châteaux Course (Golf du Médoc) France's Best Golf Course for the beauty and quality of the layout designed by the famous American architect Bill Coore.

It is in the prestigious luxury hotel Conrad Algarve Faro in Portugal was held the first World Golf Awards ceremony at which were presented the prize for the Best European Golf awarding this year the Old Course at St Andrews and the Châteaux Course at the Golf du Médoc Resort as the Best French Golf.
This award is an extension of many awards already obtained by the Golf du Médoc, including a place among the 250 most beautiful golf courses in the world in the prestigious Rolex guide.