I've been going to Hardelot Pines for 20 years and this is the worst condition I've seen it in. It's been closed for renovation and it seems it wasn't ready for reopening. Avoid going or 3 months and I'm sure it'll recover. It would be useful if Your Golf Travel had informed us of the state of the course as we would have chosen to play La Mer twice instead.
Reasons to Visit Golf D’Hardelot
Two championship courses on-site, both measuring just shy of 6500 yards
Les Pins course is ranked 7th in the Top 100 Courses in all of France
The orignal course was founded in 1905, but was redeveloped in 1931 as the course we play today
Set among the towering pine trees of Hardelot Forest, Golf D’Hardelot is one of the most popular 36-hole golf destinations in Europe. The two championship courses, Les Pins and Les Dunes, are both spectacular layouts, as the names suggest, The Pines is a majestic parkland course, while The Dunes is set out like a classic links. Located just 25 minutes north of the golfing hotspot of Le Touquet, Hardelot is ideally situated for UK golfers heading for a short golf break. Golf D’Hardelot is a must-play in France, with the enchanting design of The Pines being ranked in the top 25 courses in Europe! Note: Weekend supplements will apply - please ask for details.