nr La Baule, Pays-de-la-Loire F-44117
18 holes. Tree-lined & open parkland. Undulating terrain - a few slopes to climb.
Woodland and residential.
Peter Alliss and Dave Thomas (with a major revision by Michel Gayon which inserted new holes from the 5th to the 13th).
18-hole par-72 Bleu course (6301 metres); 9-hole par-36 Vert (Green) course (2973 metres).
70 km NW of Nantes
From N165 (E60) take exit La Baule and follow D765 direction La Baule. After 4.5 km turn right onto D574 and then D774 direction La Baule. After 17.3 km turn left onto D247 direction St Andre-des-Eaux. After 1.5 km Golf is on your left.
Golf Intl Barrière La Baule (Red course): With the town of La Baule often referred to as "Paris-by-the-Sea", it is no surprise that the Red course at La Baule Golf Club was designed to make the many visiting Parisiennes feel comfortably at home. This graceful parkland layout, with its gentle undulations, feels at the outset like one of the excellent parkland layouts that adorn the capital city itself. After five holes however, the scene changes to a more open and modern layout, where water, big greens, serious bunkering and fairway-side real estate are more evident. But don't despair, at the par-4 14th its back to classic parkland, with the closing duo at 17 and 18 providing a terrific grandstand finish, where water is the big challenge. An excellent course throughout, and one that will definitely not disappoint (likewise the fare on offer in the splendid clubhouse).
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 Baule is part of the Group Lucien Barriere. The onsite accomodation features 150 suites and villas.
Route de Brangoure, Saint-Andre-des-Eaux, nr. La Baule, F-44117
+33 (0)2 40 17 57 57Visit website
La Baule (Red and Blue courses)
1 Avenue Andrieu, La Baule, Pays de la Loire
+33 (0)2 40 11 48 38Visit website
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