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Estérel

Saint Raphaël, France
Saint Raphaël, France
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  • AddressGolf de l’Estérel, 745 Boulevard Darby, 83700 Saint Raphaël, France

Named after the mountain range that rises above Saint-Raphaël, the course at Golf de l’Estérel is set out within a forest of umbrella pines. Unveiled in the late 1980s, the layout is a Robert Trent Jones Snr. production.

The following edited extract is from the Peugeot Golf Guide:

“Estérel is a tourist resort in a setting of pine forest and pretty hilly countryside. Robert Trent Jones has laid out what is technically a very interesting course with a number of varied and often spectacular hazards. Astute club selection, careful thought over each shot and ball control are key…

Dozens of bunkers and a few water hazards call for deliberate strategy as penalties may come thick and fast, all the more so in that excessive contouring on some greens leaves much to chance and remains the Achilles heel of this course… worth knowing despite the infringing presence of condos lining the fairways.”

Named after the mountain range that rises above Saint-Raphaël, the course at Golf de l’Estérel is set out within a forest of umbrella pines. Unveiled in the late 1980s, the layout is a Robert Trent Jones Snr. production.

The following edited extract is from the Peugeot Golf Guide:

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Robert Trent Jones

​Robert Trent Jones arrived in New York aboard the steamship Caronia from Liverpool on Monday, 29th April 1912, exactly two weeks after the Titanic had sunk on her maiden voyage across the Atlantic.

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