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    Journeyman Pro spongebob59's Avatar
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    Golf trip to Northern France (next autumn)

    Anyone organised their own trip to France ?

    Looking at trips via eurotunnel, 3/4 days, 3 rounds.

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    Re: Golf trip to Northern France (next autumn)

    Sounds exactly like what some of my friends do every year

    They swear by Le Touqet and won't consider anywhere else 👍

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    Re: Golf trip to Northern France (next autumn)

    We've done this a few times, really easy as you drive onto the train, off again then you're at the golf course within 30 mins or so.

    The courses we played last time were:

    Le Touquet - La Foret
    Hardelot - Les Pins
    Belle Dune

    Le Touquet has 2 other courses (La Mer & Le Manoir) whilst Hardelot has another 1 (Les Dunes).

    All decent courses although I'd strongly recommend Belle Dune as being one of the rounds.

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    Re: Golf trip to Northern France (next autumn)

    Yep, like Belle Dune
    removed list of clubs as they change too frequently !

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    Re: Golf trip to Northern France (next autumn)

    Ay suggestions for accommodation ?

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    Re: Golf trip to Northern France (next autumn)

    Belle Dune is good.

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    Re: Golf trip to Northern France (next autumn)

    Hotel red fox in the centre of me touquet is simple but a popular golfers hotel. Easy to walk into town and a good base for all courses mentioned so far. They had created some new rooms across the road last time I was there too

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    Re: Golf trip to Northern France (next autumn)

    I enjoyed Etretat when I played there, lovely views from the cliffs.

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    Re: Golf trip to Northern France (next autumn)

    Le Golf National, just outside Paris, is gonna be in fairly decent nick in Autumn I've heard. Might be worth giving them a bell see if they've got any deals on?!
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