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Golf Omaha Beach

Port-en-Bessin-Huppain, Calvados, France

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Golf Omaha Beach

Port-en-Bessin-Huppain

France


  • Ferme Saint Sauveur 14520
    Port-en-Bessin-Huppain, Calvados
    France
    14520
  • Club website

36 holes between Earth and Sea , the Golf Omaha , famous for its technically interesting course will delight golfers of all levels on a historical site .

La Mer

The setting, on the green of hole no. 6, is spectacular. Set up at the edge of the cliff by Yves Bureau, the architect, it overlooks the city of Port-en-Bessin and its boats, it offers a panorama of the artificial port of Arromanches, the batteries of Longues-sur-Mer, still very present remains of the Landing.
The sea can be seen on the green of hole no. 1, a long par 5 facing the wind, on no. 2, superb par 3 aligned on the Vauban Tower, from hole no. 6 of course but also on the start of no. 7, a long par 4 and then on the green of no. 9 hole whose start is located just behind a water obstacle. The blue of the sea and the green of the bocage are the dominant colours of this course which allows golfers of all levels to live their passion.

Holes: 18

Rank: 1

Le Manoir

The Manor is a feast for the eyes with stunning views over the Bayeux and the surrounding countryside. This course is a real golfing challenge where all the shots must be well thought out, from the drive to the putting. You certainly won’t forget the view from holes no. 2 and 3, the technicality of holes no. 4 and 5 and the putting of holes 6 and 9…All to your clubs!

With its back-tees technique (Slope 146 black), this course becomes softer and calmer for players starting on the most advanced tee-offs. The Greenery will mingle with your walk for some, while the best undecided players will have a hard time with fearsome greens and dangerous roughs. A course that can be adapted to suit your needs.

Holes: 18

Rank: 2

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