Timeless in its appearance and ambience, this course winds its way through avenues of oak and cork trees, but is essentially a flat and uncomplicated course which In this area, is quite a novelty!
As you navigate the tight fairways lined with heather, you might be forgiven for thinking that you’re in Surrey playing one of their great heathland courses. It’s a stunning sight, and probably best viewed from the old-style clubhouse, while sampling some of the excellent cuisines on offer.
Young at heart
Despite my advancing years, this course looks and feels as young as ever. It’s in superb condition all year round thanks to the sandy soil – and plays to the eye, just as you see it.
Make no mistake, Golf d’Hossegor isn’t a pushover. It’s full of dogleg holes so if your accuracy isn’t on par, you might as well leave your driver back at the hotel and take out a hybrid or iron instead.