Belle Dune Golf Club
Promenade de Marquenterre
Tel : 22 23 45 50 Fax : 22 23 93 41
On the coast, 25km south of Le Touquet.
|Course Name: Belle Dune Holes: 18 Yardage: 6464 SSS: 71|
|For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.
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GrahamH wrote on: Jun 13, 2008
Stayed at the Belle Dune complex, which was excellent and also played the course - supurb. A great variety of holes and a course that was in fabulous condition. I certainly recommend a visit and far more enjoyable than the busy courses at Hardelot and Le Touquet.
Dale Roscoe wrote on: Sep 11, 2006
Belle Dune impresses alot, a vast forest course walled will pine trees, it is without doubt the N0.1 course in the region. Play early morning to catch the course and the scenery at its best and enjoy a Croque-Monsieur or 2 in the clubhouse afterwards - lovely!
Jeff Laing wrote on: Nov 24, 2005
The BEST course in the region. Play it every year and although tough and a long walk well worth a vist. Shame the Club House closes early with below average facilities.
Gavin L wrote on: Feb 8, 2005
In my opinion the best course in the region, beautifully sculpted with challenging architecture and great variation from start to finish. Very mature and in top condition for a young course - I will be going back.
wardy wrote on: Feb 15, 2005
Hi, how much was this course to play in Euros.
JOHN LARKIN wrote on: Oct 8, 2008
Went in April, early morning round,
48.50 Euro each. Agree with other posters.
This is an excellent course,far too good for a hacker like me.
Barry Harris wrote on: Sep 6, 2004
I have some photographs of the area from the golf course. If you send me your email address I will pass them on.
Graham Aldis wrote on: Feb 1, 2005
WE are considering taking our golf society there later this year if you could send some photographs this would be very apprieciated
Steve K wrote on: Aug 4, 2004
This is a fantastic course. Having both broken 80 at Le Touquet La Mer the previous day my playing partner and I decided to celebrate and arrived at Belle Dune nursing crippling hangovers. This is NOT the way to play Belle Dune and the course gave us both a severe beasting.
Fabulous holes take you up into the woods on the front nine and we were dead on our feet by the time we played the even tougher back straight through the sand dunes. We are going back next month to see if we can play it properly and give it the respect it deserves. Long walks between many greens to tees but well worth it, unless you were feeling as bad as we were.
wrote on: Jun 28, 2004
just woundering if anyone has any photos of the many properties surrounding this golf cours?if so can you please send them on to me
Mike Dale wrote on: May 9, 2004
Well I've just come back from France and I have to say Belle Dune is a fantastic golf course!!! We played it twice in the week and both times the fairways were immaculate, the greens fast but forgiving and as usual the course is a challenge for any golfer!!!
I'd go over there just to play this course time after time!!!
Buisseret wrote on: Mar 24, 2004
Played on several occassions, scenically attractive with varying links/woodland holes, first class condition, superb greens. Not to be missed.
murphy wrote on: Oct 22, 2003
good course in a well developed pine forest which seperates each hole for a peaceful round, secluded from other golfers. The design of the course takes you over into three sections and gives a variety of play from a parkland course to a lynx course.