Created in 1934 by the famous British architect Tom Simpson, Golf des Pins Hardelot is a reference in France and abroad. Route in a beautiful forest, enchanting track embodies a style that survives generations.
Situated deep inside of forest, Golf des Pins Hardelot can offer you different kind of experiences. Especially the hole 18th, this is a magnificent finishing hole. It was a short par five, measuring 440 metres, but now it’s a brutal par four. The fairway is narrow and undulating and a large cross-bunker waits in the middle of the fairway at the spot where a good drive is most likely to land. Playing this hole conservatively is the appropriate thing to do, but for those chasing a score, it presents a great finale. A raised green protected by bunkers left and right calls for an accurate approach.