With it’s 2 classic golf courses, Hardelot has one of the most beautiful golf settings in Europe. Just 2 kilometres apart, each with their own clubhouse, bar, restaurant and pro shop. Set within wonderful wooded surroundings, the Pines and the Dunes, distinct in their difference, each preserve their unique identity.
In Le Touquet, 20 mn away by car, the Manoir*** Hotel ( 41 rooms overlooking the golf course ) and the Westminster**** ( 115 rooms in the town centre ) welcome golfers from all over Europe. Throughout the year guests come to experience their passion for golf and to relax within comfortable surroundings matched with personal professional service and a cuisine renowned throughout the region.
A CHAMPIONSHIP COURSE It was in 1906 that the original Pines Course, presided by the Duke of Argyll, brother-in-law to King Edward VII, attracted numerous golfers from Northern Europe. In 1931, it was re-designed by Tom Simpson and ever since has been host to many National and International Competitions.
A BRITISH - STYLE COURSE IN A PINE FOREST Built and designed in a superb forest, it is the symbol of a British style which has survived the generations. The Pines, home to the quintessential English game, simple and refined. Well protected by its woody surroundings, it calls for accuracy rather than distance.
A COURSE TYPICAL OF THE REGION Designed by the Belgian Architect, Paul Rolin, the Dunes symbolises the Opal Coast with its lakes, sand dunes, wooded valleys and breathtaking landscapes. A course typical of the region.
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