The chic resort of Deauville has long been popular with Parisiens as well as Brits, and this golf course is one of its many attractions.
The original 18 hole course was designed in 1929 by Tom Simpson, with a further 9 holes being designed by Henry Cotton in the 60s. Both courses run through well-maintained woodland on the edge of Deauville, and although not long, the numerous dog-legs and tight fairways demand accuracy from the tee.
There are lovely views of the town and sea from this top course. As you’d expect there are excellent facilities and an elegant clubhouse, with the top-rated Hotel du Golf right next door.