Avenue du Golf,
La Grande Motte, Languedoc-Roussillon F-34280
Office+33 (0)4 67 56 05 00
Fax+33 (0)4 67 29 18 84
AcademyLa Grande Motte Ecole de Golf
18 holes. Open parkland. Gently undulating terrain - easy to walk.
Residential (holiday villas)
Robert Trent Jones Sr.
Above distances are for the Flamants Roses course. Also at La Grande Motte are the Goélands course (18-hole, par-58, 3076 m from back tees) and Mouettes course (6-hole, par-19, 785 m).
20 km SE of Montpellier
Heading east (from Perpignan) on the A9 motorway, take exit 29 (Montpellier est); if heading west (from Nimes), take exit 27 (Lunel). In both cases follow signs to La Grande Motte. On the outskirts of La Grande Motte, turn off the D62 and onto the D59 direction La Grande Motte centre. Look out for signs to golf course, and make a left turn off the D59. Follow road for a further 2.5 km to golf entrance at the end of the Avenue du Golf.
Golf de la Grande Motte: The bustling seaside town of La Grande Motte is located on the western edge of the Petite Carmargue. Here golfers are provided with excellent facilities to improve their skills, and test themselves against an excellent quality championship course.
The 18-hole Flamants Roses (pink flamingos) course was designed by legendary golf course architect, Robert Trent Jones. It is complemented by the 18-hole par-58 Goelands (large seagulls) course and the Executive 9-hole Mouettes (smaller seagulls) course. The Flamants Roses is laid out on relatively flat terrain, set back from the sea, and has all the look and feel of a classic Florida resort course.
The relatively flat and open terrain of Flamants Roses has been nicely sculpted, mounded and bunkered to produce an attractive 18-hole challenge. It's certainly a cut above the average European resort course. As with most Florida-style layouts, there's plenty of water in play (but thankfully no alligators!). Many small lakes and ponds skirt the fairways and protect the greens. The pick of the par-3s is the 5th, a short hole played to a small well-bunkered green, surrounded on three sides by water.
Umbrella pines and poplars add good definition to several fairways, while holiday villas line a few holes on the perimeter. Most of the course is contained within its own very pleasant golfing environment, where maintenance standards are generally excellent.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance. Handicap required.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
Players generally walk this course. Golf carts available for hire.
La Grande Motte lies on the western edge of the Camargue region of southern France, one-third of which comprises either lakes or marshland. The Carmargue is located between the Mediterranean Sea and the two arms of the River Rhône delta (western Europe's largest river delta). Administratively the Carmargue lies within the département of Bouches-du-Rhône, the aptly named "Mouths of the Rhône". The eastern arm of the Rhône delta is called the Grand Rhône, the western arm, the Petit Rhône.
La Grand Motte's Flamants Roses course has played host to past European Tour events. For more details view Top golf tournaments at Golf de La Grande Motte.
1920 Avenue du Golf, 34280 La Grande Motte
Tel: +33 (4) 67 29 72 00Visit website
An international golf course, beaches onto the Mediterranean, the town centre, sightseeing, leisure activities, and the Petit Carmargue countryside .... all are just a short distance from this charming Best Western hotel. Ideal both for business and pleasure, the hotel comprises 45 air-conditioned guest rooms including 5 junior suites, the Harmony Suite, heated swimming pool, half tennis courts, grounds, garden, bar and seminar rooms.
La Grande Motte
1641 ave du Golf, Quartier Golf Ponant, La Grande Motte 34280
+33 (0)4 67 29 88 88Visit website
The Novotel La Grande Motte Golf, a 3-star hotel with 81 rooms, is located opposite the international golf course. A few minutes walk from the town centre and beaches, 15 min from Montpellier airport and 20 min from the TGV station, the hotel features four meeting rooms for training days and seminars.
La Grand Motte
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