Golf of Medoc
The Golf of Medoc
The Chateaux course, technical 18 holes in the pure tradition of Scottish links, were design by American Bill COORE. Native North Carolina & graduate of Wake Forest University, Coore began his professional design and construction career in 1972 with the firm of Pete Dye and Associates. Under the Dyes’ guidance, Coore was introduced to the elements of creative design and physical construction. During the succeeding ten years, Coore was involved in the design, construction and maintenance of golf courses.
- The Chateau course : 6,316 meters long, with a par of 71, designed by Bill Corre (USA), corresponds to the pure tradition of Scottish links. Wide fairways bordered by heather, gorse and broom entice golfers into the delights of a carefully preserved nature.The fast greens, the influence of Atlantic winds and the technical difficulties of the layout make this championship course a constant challenge
- The Vignes Course, 6,220 meters long, with a par of 71, designed by Rod Whitman (Canada), is set in a typically regional landscape where the beauty of the moors and the maritime pines serve to enhance the architect’s design. The long par-5 holes with their carefully designed greens, the judiciously placed bunkers call for careful and precise strokes.The wide variety of holes and the sumptuous setting will more than meet the expectations of the most demanding players.
The driving Range
The Range opened in 1989 and has become very popular with both new and accomplished players.
It is open to the general public 7 days a week throughout the year and offers complete practice facilities on a beautiful natural setting.
The Range features 16 covered bays and can cater to up to 40 players on the uncovered natural grass surface..
Golf and Wine package
Société Hôtelière du Golf du Médoc Pian
Chemin de Courmateau
33290 – Le Pian Médoc- Louens – FRANCE