The Golf National is acknowledged as one of the finest championship courses in Europe, both by the professional and the amateur golfer who have measured their talents against the course. The Albatros has also been nominated as a ‘Ryder Cup’ venue, and even though it is not kept for “Top World players”, the Albatros is a demanding course.
From the back tees the total length of over 7000 yards is not the main difficulty: it is the diversity of shots. The diversity of both “links course”, “target golf”, and “water hazards” and “bunkers” will create the demand for a full set of clubs.
The waving fescue grasses of the rough, on a windy day, invite the player ‘for a visit’. The large and carefully placed greens offer both the long as well as the exacting put over the exciting terrain.
The Albatros is a good course. Nothing is hidden from the player but the player must ‘play’ the course to achieve. Be aggressive on the first 6 holes; take the birdie chance on the 12th, and protect your score on the final holes when excitement can challenge the player – particularly in match play.
The Aigle was created for all level golfers and offers 18 holes, which can challenge through undulating ground with bushes and inviting ‘waving’ rough invite you to a unique Scottish course within the heart of France.
Over 6500 yards from the back tees; wide fairways; few bunkers and very good greens invite you to return a good score. The Aigle is a tolerant course for everyone; challenging for most golfers and demanding for the best players.
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