Review for Royal Hainaut (Bruyeres & Quesnoy)

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TaylorMade

Review:

Royal Hainaut is a wonderful course that has it all in quiet surroundings. It consists of 3 x 9 holes (Etangs, Bruyères & Quesnoy) offering a great variety of challenging holes requiring distance and precision. The general outlook is one of a parkland golf. "Etangs" is to be played when the weather conditions are dry. It is the more recent part of Royal Hainaut. Bruyères and Quesnoy are more on sandy ground. Very impressive when playing BT since narrow corridors often mark the first 100 meter/yards.The greens (even if during season 2013-14 there were some difficulties) are undulating and require careful reading. Even below 3 ft (less than a meter), a put can be challenging...The practice area is a bit (too) distant from the course so be sure to arrive on time if you need to warm up.The atmosphere in the club house is absolutely charming. Overall pricing is very competitive. Royal Hainaut is worthwhile a visit and offers great value for money.

Date: February 24, 2015


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