The beautiful natural 18 hole golf course of Golf du Bois de Ruminghem in France was built by English golf architect Bill Baker (Golf de Brigode, l'Amirauté à Deauville, Le Manoir Golf du Toucquet,...) in 1992; between the forest of Eperlecques and the woods of Ruminghem.
The Eperlecques Forest is best known for the V2 bunker constructed during the second World War that was bombed by the Allied Forces.
Golf du Bois de Ruminghem consists of two totally different parts.
Hole 1 to 10 of the golf course is mainly parkland with spectacular views of the coastline between Dunkerque and Calais.
Hole 11 to 18 of the course is woodland with lots of ancient oak trees. The trees are punishing bad shots heavily while the adjoining fairways of the parkland part are more forgiving. This requires a different approach on the tees in the woods and on the plain.
The undulating American style greens are difficult to read, and together with the English style bunkers and ponds make Ruminghem a difficult but very interesting course.
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