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Arcangues

Arcangues, Nouvelle-Aquitaine
ArchitectBadgeRon Fream
Arcangues, Nouvelle-Aquitaine
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  • AddressChem. de Jaureguiborda, 64200 Arcangues, France

The 18-hole layout at Golf d’Arcangues is a Ron Fream design that made its debut in 1991. Set out on property that’s been in the hands of the Arcangues family since 1150, the course came about when brothers Guy and Jean decided to transform some of their agricultural acres into a golfing facility.

Advised by golf professional Olivier Leglise and supervised by Arnaud and Avelino d’Arcangues, the brothers were able to soften the more severe contours on the estate to allow the fairways to flow in a natural order, following two returning loops around the family estate.

According to the Peugeot Golf Guide , “this is not a long course but it is physically tiring enough for golfers to need to stay focused until the very end. Bunkers and greens are carefully designed and very much in play. The watchword here is precision play… it is very different from other courses in the region and so comes as a welcome alternative”.

The 18-hole layout at Golf d’Arcangues is a Ron Fream design that made its debut in 1991. Set out on property that’s been in the hands of the Arcangues family since 1150, the course came about when brothers Guy and Jean decided to transform some of their agricultural acres into a golfing facility.

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Ron Fream's botanical talents were spotted by the Robert Trent Jones design company in 1966 and he was hired, as he says himself, because he “knew how to grow grass”.

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