One of France’s flagship courses, it’s located in an area of outstanding natural beauty and drenched in the Mediterranean sunshine. Set under the impressive Rocher de Roquebrune rock, this spectacular 5,100 yard, par 72 course winds alongside the river Endre and a series of water obstacles, among veteran oaks and umbrella pines.
Tight fairways and well placed bunkers
The course was established in 1992 and designed by Michael Gaydon who’s created a number of courses that are both challenging but fair to play.
This spectacular golf course has several changes in elevation with water hazards that are limited to just a few holes. With some long ‘green to tee’ walks and tight fairways, along with well placed bunkers, Saint Endréol will provide players of all levels with a spectacular round of golf, along with magnificent scenery in very tranquil surroundings.