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La Vallée

On the "La Vallée" course, you can reach the Seine Estuary and get lost in the Barneville forest and its surroundings with a wooden scent. This 9-hole course requires accuracy and exhaustive technical competences to cope with drop-offs, forest, obstacles and sources of natural water. The sections of holes n. 2, 3 and 4, known as “Amen Corner” by golfers, in reference to the Augusta National, are the most difficult parts.

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La Bergerie

On the "La Bergerie" section, you’ll be slaloming among flowered roughs and large spruce bouquets. This path including the same drop-offs of “La Vallée” is a more traditional course, requiring however technical competences. Each shot must be long, accurate and, sometimes, even creative.

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La Chapelle

Like a good wine, the "La Chapelle" course improves throughout the years. Its plan is maybe one of the most demanding courses of the three, requiring a variety of shots which is the soul of golf. Holes n. 1, 2 and 3 offer a nice view on horse, cow and grain fields, reminding the best souvenirs of Normandy. But it is important to stay attentive to avoid spruces, ponds and bunkers and be able to reach the greens at the end of the course.