Golf de Baden is not an authentic links course but its location on the seaside provides gorgeous views over the estuary of the River Auray and frequent stiff winds. The course features plenty of subtle nuances and is trickier than it may appear. The ordinary loking clubhouse is not to be overlooked though. Here you will find delicious food, the perfect place to refuel after playing the course.
One feature of the course that is akin to traditional links layouts is the gorse that is ready and waiting to engulf any errant shots that may stray in its direction. The encroaching pines also place an emphasis on accuracy from the tee. Baden is quite a short course by modern standards but the sea breeze can add make the course play significantly longer.
There are also ample practice facilities including three pitch and putt holes, a driving range and an outstanding putting green.