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On the Opal Coast, 2h from Paris, 3h from London, le Touquet Golf Club is a top European site. It offers 3 courses: La Mer, typical British links (architect Harry Colt), ranked among top 100 courses in Europe, hosted the French Open several times...more
Avenue du Golf | Manoir Hotel, 62520 Le Touquet – Paris-Plage, France
All reviews la mer le manoir fast greens in excellent condition great courses links course pro shop cheese and ham wind blows played both courses only gripe low handicappers great greens greens and fairways sat nav tee boxes holes
Played here twice whilst having a long weekend stay in France. We played both courses in the wet, wind and bitter cold but soldiered through, albeit drenched, and had a fantastic time!!
Course #1 Lé Mer - very challenging course. Perhaps the hardest of the...More
La Mer is a true championship course with few easy holes and quite a few really challenging ones. It has a choice of 5 tees with c 1600m difference between the reds and the blacks, so sensible tee choice is vital. Whilst it is ostensibly...More
This is one of the best courses in Northern France, designed by the great H S Colt, it shows some resemblance to its cousins such as Sunningdale. Considering the difficulties of the summer, the course was well presented in good condition. It is some years...More
We meet every year with my French family and put a few rounds in golf Le Tuqouet. I always thought they have an arrogant, unpleasant behavior but this year they exceeded expectations.
They couldn’t find (and didn’t find) the clubs we have reserved by calling...More
An excellent location for golf as its over the road from the hotel. The best course is La Mer which is part links but practice your putting on the green near the first tee. It is best to hire a buggy as you have to...More
After friendly reception we had to go back in the car to go to La Mer. The short drive was directly forgotten when teeing of at the first hole. We enjoyed the whole round from begin to end. Although warm and dry weather from last...More
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Played Le Foret Monday 6th 3pm and La Mer 7th August 10:30am Both courses in excellent condition and very good greens and bunkers. There is a 5-10min walk to La Mer but there is a car park if you want to drive to it. We...More
Arrived from England late Monday afternoon having reserved Tee times for 7.00pm and 7.08pm to play 9 holes on Le Manoir. Seven golfers each paying 40 euros. After 4 holes the sprinklers came on making play impossible. When we returned on the Thursday (with reserved...More
We booked our tour as a package including the tunnel crossing. I believe the hotel "Le Manoir" sorted it all out on our behalf. If you have another course to play you should play Les Dunes at Hardelot or if you want a links... More
We booked our tour as a package including the tunnel crossing. I believe the hotel "Le Manoir" sorted it all out on our behalf. If you have another course to play you should play Les Dunes at Hardelot or if you want a links course there is one at Wimereux although this one is not part of the same group.