Excellent very enjoyable.
Golf d'Hardelot celebrated its centenary in 2006, and is part of Northern France's golfing elite, with two top class championship courses, making it a popular golf break destination.
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Golf Courses at Golf D’Hardelot
Les Pins Course
As its name suggests, Les Pins is carved through Hardelot's magnificent pine forest, and the course has a rich tradition. Originally presided over by the Duke of Argyll, there is a strong British link at this French classic, but the course really came to the fore with Tom Simpson's 1931 redesign.
The host of many prestigious national and international professional events, Les Pins is a subtle course that demands accuracy and sound strategy above all else. Measuring 6,480 yards, the course is not long, but the greens are tricky and a tight short game will be needed to tame this established championship layout.
“I love courses like this. It reminds me of a Sunningdale, St George’s Hill or a smaller Wentworth. Because it’s not massively long you can really get scoring if you keep the ball in play. But it will punish you if you hit it offline; it’s tree-lined and the drop-offs around the greens will certainly test your short game. An amazing track.” - Mark Crossfield, PGA Pro
Les Dunes course
Les Dunes is Hardelot's second course, but since its inception in 1990 has been a welcome addition to the region's rich golfing portfolio. Designed by Belgian architect Paul Rollin, Les Dunes typifies the Côte d'Opale landscape, set amid the delightful dunes, lakes and mature woodland.
The 6,258 yard layout is distinctly different in character to its illustrious neighbour, but this diversity makes Hardelot all the more attractive. Watch out for the subtly sloping putting surfaces, closely guarded by strategically positioned bunkers.
"Les Dunes is a fantastic looking course; short, tight, in great condition and just really intricate with tree-lined fairways and great greens. If you don’t hit fairways you can become unstuck very quickly. I really enjoyed it." - Mark Crossfield, PGA Pro
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A great course nicely laid out with some great holes over water. Very reminiscent of the quality associated with golf courses in the USA.
Always like playing here, the Pine Forest is picturesque and the course is well laid out. It needs some thought when playing a few of the holes, It can bite you!
Despite being rated in the top ten courses in France, we found Pins to be the poor relation of the two courses with Dunes far superior. Lots of people on the course so the round slowed badly towards the end. An enjoyable day but I wouldn’t go out of my way to do it again.
Beautiful course in good condition. Can highly recommend.
The course was presented very well, probably the best condition I have seen it. All 16 of us really enjoyed it.
We played just before the European Tour event so the pins were just ridiculous. Several holes were kind of unplayable with balls running off the green even if you stopped it within a foot.
A lovely course and some really challenging (!) greens. Looks forward to returning although perhaps prefer Les Dunes
A nice end to our Ryder Cup trip, very quite so no one in front or behind except a 2 ball in a buggy that we let through. Friendly staff and a nice patio area to enjoy a post match beer
A four all, we played three consecutive days and loved it. Quiet, no queues a challenge but fair. We will return.
I had been looking forward to this course for a while after seeing Rory, Crossfield, Lockey and Dan play it on the VLOGs, and I was not disappointed at all in person. Played in amongst the pine trees, it is a spectacular setting, and a real treat for any handicapper. The course itself plays a bit like the Dukes at Woburn or Kings Lynn GC - tree lined fairways which favours accuracy off the tee, but if you are wayward it is very difficult to lose golf balls despite all those trees ... Some of the bunkers are huge and challenging to get out of, and the greens run very true but again have great undulation to them. The front 9 holes play tighter than the back 9 holes, with the signature hole being the risk reward par 4 15th. Great course and I will be looking to get back there asap.
Course was perfect and had a wonderful day
Some interesting holes with plenty of bunkers especially on the par 3s.tree lined but plenty of fairway to aim at. Greens and fairways in good condition. Small club house but adequate food if required.
A very interesting course with some great holes,a lot of the greens were elevated which left some blind shots to the green.The 18th hole was spectacular. Good greens and fairways.club house was good with a balcony overlooking the 1st and 18th hole.
Beautiful course but spoilt by the dreadfully slow play there were 3 x 4 balls waiting when we joined the last tee
Top course great test hugely enjoyable, enough said
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