Established in 1987 and designed by renowned British architect Mark Hawtree, Golf des Etangs de Fiac is undoubtedly one of the most interesting courses in the Midi-Pyrenees and is conveniently situated close to Lavaur, near Toulouse, in the Tarn-et-Garonne region.
Etangs De Fiac is a fascinating course covering a mature landscape that features lots of water hazards and fast, challenging greens. By modern standards, Etangs De Fiac is not excessively long at 6,300 yards, but it is a true challenge for beginners and low handicappers alike thanks to a par-71 layout that twists and turns through and trees and around no less than 12 sizeable water hazards.
The clubhouse is well equipped and on the first floor you'll find the excellent restaurant, "The 12 Ponds", where the chef and his team will welcome you for lunch every day and for dinner on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. You can also enjoy a leisurely drink in the bar or on the terrace and take in the panoramic views of the golf course.
The more active types can brush up on their breast stroke in the swimming pool or hone their swing on the 25-bay driving range and pitch and putt area.