Route de Grenade,
Seilh, nr Toulouse, Midi-Pyrenees F-31840
18 holes. Open parkland. Relatively flat terrain.
Jeremy Pern & Jean Garaïalde
Above distances are for the Rouge (Red) course. Also at Toulouse-Seilh is the 18-hole par-64 Jaune (Yellow) course (4071 m from back tees)
10 km NW of Toulouse
Golf International Toulouse-Seilh, offers two golf courses, excellent practice facilities, as well as a Stay&Play opportunity at the onsite Latitudes hotel. The 18-hole championship Rouge (Red) course provides the sterner test, which the professional golfers of the European Challenge Tour used to encounter on an annual basis. The Jaune (Yellow) course offers an easier-going par-64 layout, playable by golfers of all levels.
The Red course plays around 7,000 yards from the back tees. It occupies relatively flat and open terrain, and lays down an excellent golfing challenge. A mix of good quality bunkering and plenty of water hazards ensure solid defences, while a liberal scattering of maturing trees also lend definition to the well-crafted holes. Beyond the course lies a mix of woodland and rural countryside, with housing along one side of the course perimeter.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance. Maximum permitted handicap on Red course: 24.4.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2018].
Players generally walk this course. Golf carts available for hire.
Toulouse-Seilh is a member of the NGF Golf Group, which operates several golf courses in the Paris area, including: Apremont, Béthemont, Cély, Feucherolles and Rochefort. In the south of France, NGF operates the golf facilities at Toulouse-Seilh.
Route de Grenade, Seilh
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In the heart of 90 acres of greenery, the Latitudes Golf Toulouse Seilh offers guests a comfortable array of rooms and apartments, in combination with restaurants, a wellness centre and swimming pool. Located only 10 minutes from the historical centre of Toulouse.
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