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The Golf location

Located in the hearth of Provence, in a magnificient 87 hectares woodland, BARBAROUX is one of Europe’s most prestigious golf courses.

Surrounded by Mediterranean forest, the hotel has 24 confortable rooms and 10 self catering appartments, a swimming poll and tennis.

The club house, modern and warmly at the same time, is situated so as to offer panoramic views of the course. It has a gastronomic restaurant « Les terrasses du golf », a brasserie and a bar.

 

The course

  • Le parcours

Built in the purest tradition of modern american golf architecture by Pete Dye and PB Dye, every inch of the course is an ode to the imagination, combining respect for nature with technical flair.

  • Why Barbaroux?
Imagine driving your ball over a vineyard to reach the fair way, or trying to avoid 3 large lakes on the same hole or the challenge of the biggest green in Europe? (69 meters long: on most courses that can be over half the length of the par 3’s!) No matter your strength or weaknesses, this Champions’ course will never bore you!
Architectural brilliance, Barbaroux is a fabulous achievement and enhances Pete Dye’s reputation. What a course, Barbaroux is a monument to golf, particularly difficult, but as is often the case with a truly great course is that it is well designed, permitting players of all levels, from different tees, to fully enjoy this splendid course….
 
Practical Informations

Barbaroux Golf Hotel
Route de Cabasse
83 170 BRIGNOLES

Marseille : 70 kilomètres / 1h00
Cannes : 100 kilomètres / 1h10
Nice : 130 kilomètres / 1h30
St Tropez : 65 kilomètres / 1h00
Toulon : 50 kilomètres / 50 minutes
Hyères : 52 kilomètres / 50 minutes
Monaco : 150 kilomètres / 1h40
Fréjus/ Saint Raphaël : 70 kilomètres / 50 minutes
 

Airports :

Marseille/Marignane : 95 kilomètres / 1h10mn

Toulon/ Hyères : 58 kilomètres / 50 minutes

 

Nice : 120 kilomètres / 1h20
 
Station :
Aix en Provence TGV : 77 kilomètres / 1h00
Toulon : 50 kilomètres / 50 minutes
Marseille : 72 kilomètres / 48 minutes