Golf Club de Toulouse
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Golf Club de Toulouse

Golf Club de Toulouse

- 18 Holes

Golf Club de Toulouse

Golf Club de Toulouse
 
Golf Club de Toulouse

18 Holes, Par 69. 5,451 metres.
Built by Francis de Bayeux (original route of 9 holes) and Frederic Haw (18 holes)!
The view from the Golf Club overlooking Toulouse and the Pyrenees. Varied course and magnificent 9 and 18 holes, its proposed services and hospitality make it an ideal place for a relaxing day sports.
Golf Le Domaine Estolosa - Drémil Lafage
This course can be very difficult and demanding, especially if it should hot. To have enough water with you is recommendable.

The course has many upward slopes, and when it's a clear day, you can nicely look down on the city...
  Specialities

A number of solid and memorable golf courses lie within the Toulouse area and throughout the Midi-Pyrénées region.

Many extremely popular golf courses can be found just a few miles from central Toulouse and offer plenty to keep even the keenest visiting golfer fully occupied and entertained.

Families of golfers will be pleased to find that most golf courses offer a clubhouse, complete with bar and restaurant.

Some of the golf courses around Toulouse even boast further amenities, such as tennis courts and leisure facilities.

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Golf Club de Toulouse

Golf Club de Toulouse

Golf Club de Toulouse
  Opening Golf Club de Toulouse:  

- Daily - From 08:30 to 21:00
- Winter - From 08:30 to 17:30
- Visitors are welcome every day.
- A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.

Fédération Française de Golf Académie Internationale des Métiers du Golf Sud France Golf Clubs de Golf Golfy Office de Tourisme de Toulouse

Equipments and Services:
 
  * Private Parking
* Compact
* Golf clubs rental
* Buggy rental
* Golf lessons
* Holes: 18
* Par: 69
* Type: Inland
* Length: 5451 m / 5961 yrds
* Slope: 136
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- L'Abbaye de Villelongue (Abbaye Cistercienne)
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- Rivière de St Laurent de la Cabrerisse
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- Cathédrale Saint-Just et Saint-Pasteur - Narbonne
- Corbières
- Pyreneeën
- Sidobre
- Terra Vinea - Portel-des-Corbières
- La Réserve Africaine de Sigean
- Musée de l'Abbé Saunière - Rennes-le-Château
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- Musée d'Art et d'Histoire - Narbonne
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Golf Club de Toulouse
 
Leisure - Sports - Golf
 
2 Chemin de le Planho
31120 Vieille Toulouse
 
Phone +33 5.61.73.45.48
Fax -

Email -
golf.toulouse@free.fr

Website -
www.golfclubdetoulouse.fr

Rates, Methods of payment -

Green-fee
Mon - Fri: 28.00 € 
Sat, Sun, Holidays: 38.00 €
 
Service:

ParkingBike friendlyCafé, BarGolf course
 
Payments
 
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