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To book in La Table du Manoir, contact us to +33 3 21 06 28 28.
Open from 7:30pm to 9pm from monday to saturday.

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To book at the Spoon, le Club House du Golf du Touquet, contact us : +33 3 21 06 28 03.
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THE GOLF COURSES

 

 

 


 

LE TOUQUET GOLF RESORT

THE COURSES IN DETAILS


 

On the breathtaking Opal Coast of northern France, less than one hour from Eurotunnel’s Calais Terminus, Le Touquet Golf Resort offers three courses ranging from pure fun to thrilling challenge, including France’s #1 links.

The courses all have a range of tee positions to suit players of any handicap.

Discover each of them in the detail here by exploring the gallery and videos.

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18 holes – 6430 meters, PAR 72

La Mer Course

Created by Architects Harry Colt and Charles ‘Hugh’ Alison, 1931



La Mer (The Sea) is a course of international fame and reputation, and France’s # 1 links golf course. Set in the dunes, it has hosted many major tournaments, including the French Open on six separate occasions, won by the legendary Seve Ballesteros on the last edition. La Mer’s wild beauty is matched only by the force of the wind, which is an integral part of the course. This course is challenging, exciting, and reserved for experienced players.

 

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18 holes – 5774 meters, PAR 71

La Forêt Course

Created by Architect Horace Hutchinson, 1904



La Forêt (The Forest) nestles in 1,000 hectares of beautiful pines, oaks and poplars. One of the oldest courses in France, its atmosphere is serene and peaceful, sheltered from the coastal winds by the trees which define it. This classic course is defined by quiet, concentrated, yet joyful environment.

 

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9 holes – 2,634 meters, PAR 35

Le Manoir Course

Created by Architect Harold Baker, 1910



Le Manoir (The Manor) is pure fun. A shorter and more forgiving course, it nevertheless provides plenty of challenges that will please players of all levels, including family golf groups and corporate golf groups. PGA Pros often use this course to practice their short game, and as a great place to bring tuition groups.

 

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