We've been to France quite a few time on our golf breaks but this is the first time we've bene to Hardelot. All of the group confirmed it was our best holiday and absolutely loved the Pins course. Whilst my golf wasn't the best, it was easily up there with one of my most enjoyable rounds. Thanks to all at Your Golf Travel for organising it.
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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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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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Golf D’Hardelot reviews
Just back from our Hardelot golf break, thanks for everything, it all ran like clockwork. The courses in particular were in great condition and the hotel comfortable for a short holiday. We thought dinner was a little pricey but it was a nice with a couple of excellent glasses of red wine. Thanks again for your help.
The golf weekend was a great success, Le Touquet is fantastic. Easy to get to and a great atmospehere. Hardelot Les Pins was also a stunning course and a great choice from Simon. Probably the best course I have played in eons and everyone was blowed away by it. Great quality greens and fairways and wonderful landscaping and elevations. Great relaxed atmosphere too, we will be coming back to Le Touquet as a group in the next year or so for sure. Kind regards,