Le Diable maybe the most intimidating golf course in the Laurentian region, with plenty of elevation changes and more sand then the Sahara Desert. Fortunately me most of the bunkers seemed to be on the left side of the fairways which is ideal for my fade.
The first two holes set the tone for your day since both are lined with a sea of sand. And the 3rd is absolutely devilish - a long par-3 to a peninsula green with a small bail out area. Needless to say that accuracy is paramount to scoring well here.
The 6th hole is picturesque downhill par-3 over water and could be a signature hole anywhere else.
However, the 15th hole is definitely Le Diable’s marquee hole – a swooping downhill par 5 with magnificent views of the lake in the background.
The course was in great shape, offering flatter lies and subtle greens to offset the deep faced bunkers. A must visit when you visit Mont-Tremblant Quebec.
Summer Green fees range from CA$119 to $139 but drop to as low as CA$69 to $99 with cart plus taxes in the fall.
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Date: September 17, 2016