Golf de Palmola - Buzet-sur-Tarn

Golf de Palmola

Golf de Palmola - Buzet-sur-Tarn

- 18 Holes

Golf de Palmola - Buzet-sur-Tarn

Golf de Palmola - Buzet-sur-Tarn

Golf de Palmola - Buzet-sur-Tarn
Golf de Palmola - Buzet-sur-Tarn

18 Holes, Par 72 - Slopes 139 - 5290 m/6156 yards.
Created by Michel Fenn in 1974

Embedded in the forest of Buzet sur Tarn, this is magnificent champtionship 18 hole golf course is ranked 9th in France. Each hole is lined with 100-year-old trees and is a hugely enjoyable challenge. Practice range, pro shop and very good restaurant..

It is sheer pleasure to get to know this region and most of all the city Toulouse.
At the Palmola golf club there is always something going on. Primarily, Palmola is a Club, a great one. To a certain extent it has a British atmosphere. Here you meet friends devoting themselves to the same passion.

In a region where people enjoy the way of life, Palmola is the place where golf is cultivated. This means not only making a 250 metres/273 yards shot but to succumb to the passion of golf itself. Palmola is a very family-style course and wll worth a visit...

Visitors are welcome every day.
A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.
Handicap limit: 36 (only on Sat, Sun & Holidays)

The highlights of the course:
After an easy start-off, on the second hole, considered the most difficult on the course, you could well start to lose your courage. It is a left dogleg with the "chance" of a triple bogey, even for the champions. The 13th is a long par 5, tree-lined, which might be helpful, but the green requires a good approach. Followed by the 14th, with a right dogleg and with out-of-bounds on the right. A good drive to the left of the fairway makes the second easier. The 15th a spectacular par 5 with many difficulties: woods to the left and right, a small pond on the right and a very well defended green. Another difficult hole is the 17th, it requires two long shots to reach the green. The round ends a difficult par 3, where you have to pass between the trees to a two-tier green.
Other amenities include: Swimming pool, tennis courts, kindergarden...


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Golf de Palmola - Buzet-sur-Tarn

Golf de Palmola - Buzet-sur-Tarn

Golf de Palmola - Buzet-sur-Tarn
  Opening Golf de Palmola - Buzet-sur-Tarn:  

- Open all year
- Closed day(s): Tuesday
- Visitors are welcome every day.
- A valid handicap certificate from player’s home club is required.
- Handicap limit: 36 (only on Sat, Sun & Holidays)

Opening Restaurant: 
- Monday to Tuesday - From 11.00 to 15.00   Disabled reception
- Wednesday to Saturday - From 11.30 to 23.00
- Closed day(s): Sunday
Fédération Française de Golf Académie Internationale des Métiers du Golf Sud France Golf Clubs de Golf Golfy Comité Départemental du Tourisme du Tarn

Equipments and Services:
  * Parking
* Golf clubs rental
* Buggy rental
* Golf lessons
* Restaurant
* Holes: 18
* Par: 72
* Type: Rural countryside
* Length: 6156 m/6734 Yards  
* Slope: 139
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Golf de Palmola
Route d'Albi
Phone +33 5 61 84 20 50
Fax +33 5 61 84 48 92

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