Route de Bagnols-en-Foret,
La Motte-en-Provence, nr Le Muy, Provence-Alpes-Cote D'Azur F-83920
Office+33 (0)4 94 51 89 89
Fax+33 (0)4 94 51 89 90
Golf proJean-Louis Cassella
AcademyUnity Golf Academy
18 holes. Tree-lined parkland. Undulating terrain - several slopes to climb and some long green-to-tee walks.
Woodland and rural countryside.
50 km W of Cannes
From the A8 motorway (Aix-Nice), take exit 36 (Le Muy / St Tropez) and follow the N555, then D7 into the town of Le Muy. In the centre of Le Muy take the D25 (Rte de Callas), heading north. After approx 2 km, turn right, and follow road to St Endreol.
Saint Endreol Golf & Spa Resort: Beautiful rural landscapes, medieval hillside villages, the undulating pre-Alps and vines ripening in the summer sun may all come to mind when you think of Provence. Blending into this rural French idyll, the region boasts several excellent golf courses. Saint Endreol is one of the quietest and most natural. Quintessential Provence!
The Provencal-styled clubhouse and hotel look down onto a wonderfully scenic and testing golf course that combines open-spaces and tree-lined holes in equal measure. Elevation changes play their full part here, creating a few blind tee-shots, while water hazards are limited to just a few holes.
Unencumbered by roads or real estate, and surrounded by forested hills and captivating rock formations, the golfing challenges of St Endreol include many tightish fairways lined by an array of pines, other tree varieties and thick vegetation. Good fairway and greenside bunkering also makes its presence felt, though not excessively so.
Pick of the holes: St Endreol's signature 13th hole spectacularly combines elevation change and water. This longish par-3 (frighteningly long at 224 metres from the crow's nest back-tee) plunges downhill to a green surrounded on three sides by a good-sized lake (created by the passing L'Endre River). The long, uphill par-4 17th presents one of the more strenuous climbs, but like many other holes, rewards your efforts with a panoramic view over the delightful Provence hills.
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.
Must book in advance. Proof of handicap must be shown. Before 1pm, players with handicaps higher than 30, must be accompanied by a player with a handicap of 30.
Credit cards accepted. Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc. [Last updated: 2019].
Soft spikes only. Players generally walk this course.
Saint Endreol is a member of the Golfy network of golf clubs. There are more than 100 Golfy golf courses spread throughout France, and over 20 outside France. Golfy card holders receive generous discounts at courses in the Golfy network. Check things out on www.golfy.fr.
Les Domaines de Saint Endréol, Route de bagnols en Forêt, 83920 La motte en Provence
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Les Domaines de Saint Endréol offers a wide range of accommodations: an elevated hotel residence provides apartments for one night or more, with traditional hotel services. If you want to stay for a week or more, the Resort also offers individual villas, town houses and apartments, blending Provencal tradition with the highest standards in comfort.
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