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Close to Biarritz, a golf course of character in the heart of the Basque Country
The Golf d’Arcangues was created in the 1990’s by the brothers Guy and Jean d’Arcangues on the family property which surrounds the village and the Château to which it was named after.
The course, laid out over 70 hectares was designed by the American architect Ronald Fream and is part of the second generation of golf courses on the Basque coast, thereby reinforcing its position as an exceptional golfing destination.
The Clubhouse, a 15th century restored farmhouse, has its own inimitable style with its typical English bar, open log fires during the winter, a restaurant with magnificent oak beams and a spacious south facing terrace overlooking the first and tenth tees and the eighteenth green.
18holes | 6142meters | By72 | Architect : Ronald Fream (1991)
An undulating course set in the heart of the Basque Country with beautiful views of the Pyrenees
A magnificent site
Close to Biarritz, the Golf d’Arcangues was designed by the American architect Ronald Fream and meanders around the renowned village of Arcangues. It offers an extremely varied game with nine south facing holes with views of the Pyrenees, six north facing holes and three holes set around the Arcangues Château.
A varied golf course
The course offers wonderful views of the Basque Country and the Pyrenees, with an easy balance between the predominantly wooded holes and the more open ones. The greens are well-defended by the bunkers and require a certain amount of precision when putting.
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