Not as well kept as other courses in the area. Wouldn’t rush back to play it.
Golf de la Grand Bastide
Golf de la Grand Bastide is a popular favourite with golfers heading to Cannes and the surrounding area, and is certainly among the best established on the stunning Cote d'Azur. The foothills of the Nicoise countryside, North of Cannes, play host to a splendid championship course that comes highly recommended.
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Golf de la Grand Bastide
Cabell Robinson, once a key member of Robert Trent Jones Junior's design team, is the man who created this highly ranked Cannes golf course, a championship standard, modern layout with views of Grasse and the surrounding area.
The tournament tees present a challenge in excess of 6,700 yards, and Grand Bastide is a fine choice for a serious round or relaxing holiday golf alike, which is why it features in so many French golf holidays.
|Designed by||Cabel B. Robinson|
|Opened for play||1966|
|Black||6,484 yards||SSS 72.3|
|Yellow||5,813 yards||SSS 70.3|
|Blue||5,454 yards||SSS 68.3|
|Red||5,030 yards||SSS 66.3|
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Bastide was the only disappointment. We had a voucher for an 1106 tee time, apparently agreed between YGT and Bastide (or whatever intermediary is used to manage tee time bookings)The system at Opio is for the hotel (Begude)to re-issue their own vouchers both for Opio and Bastide, also buggy tickets. After our middle day of heavy rain I thought it prudent to get Begude to check that Bastide was open. It was but they had no knowledge of us or our tee time. Bastide did however offer us a 1454 tee time which we accepted. On arrival it was evident that they were hosting a ladies Open of some sort that had started early am. There was no way they would have allocated us an 1106 slot in the middle of it so how, why and by who were we given it and a voucher that was worthless? We did play at 1454 and had to join a local elderly father and son for a 4 ball, no problem, they were lovely but Dad gave up after 6 holes and son after 9. By the time we got back to the clubhouse it was gone 1900 and the place was shut, couldn't even get a machine coffee. OK, we got the golf we paid for but this shouldn't have happened. I hope you can find out why and prevent it happening again to others.
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