Opio-Valbonne Golf Club
Chateau de la Begude, Route de Roquefort-les-Pins
06650 Opio
Tel : +33 (0)4 93 12 00 08 Fax : +33 (0)4 93 12 26 00

Opio-Valbonne Golf Club, set on the Riviera, has been established for 25 years, but was opened in 1966. The club has a hotel, and offers a range of services, including restaurant, and terrace, and facilities include, swimming pool, and tennis courts. Golfing facilities, include, various training places, putting green, practice bunker, driving range, electric buggies, and trolleys.

10km north of Cannes.

Architect:- D Harradine.
Course Details

Course Name: Opio-Valbonne Holes: 18 Yardage: 6446 SSS: 72
Opio-Valbonne Golf Course is set in a natural parkland and is surrounded by sea and mountains. This degree of difficulty of this eighteen hole course, is divided by two; the front nine demand concentration and accuracy in ones shots, whereas the back nine longer yardage's will require the use of woods.

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  • Opio Valbonne golf club

    Stuart Hibbert wrote on: Aug 8, 2013

    My wife and I stayed at the hotel on Opio valbonne golf course Aug 2013. What a great golf course! Brilliantly designed on a fabulous stretch of land by D Harradine. Please don't listen to the other posts, Grande Bastide golf course is a field with holes on it compared to opio valbonne.If you're staying in the area and want to play decent and enjoyable courses then Claux amic (formerly grasse country club) is a cracker, really tight but brilliantly designed with quick tricky greens and stunning views. St Maxime blue green is also a great course with stunning views of st Tropez bay and well worth the 45 min drive from valbonne. Three great golf courses all for around 75 euros, unless you can find a deal on line (we paid 52 euros each at st Maxime including a buggy.Having played a lot in Portugal I am very impressed with the courses in cote d'azur.


  • Opio Golf Course

    Tommy & Jo Murray wrote on: Apr 9, 2010

    We played Opio Golf Course for the 3rd time in the past year. First time was September 2009 when we were told upon arrival that we would have to play the front nine twice because the greens were recently pole forked on the back nine therefore the back nine were out of play on the Day.The second time we played was in November 2009 when it took us 4.25 Hrs to play 15 Holes and we had to abandon our game or miss dinner with Friends.The third time we played the Course was today April 9th when it took us 3 Hrs to play 10 Holes so we abandoned again. 5.5 Hours plus to play 18 Holes of Golf is crazy and at a cost for 2 of €160.00 it is expensive too.However we would have lived with the cost had we been able to get around the Course in a reasonable time of say 3.5/4.0 Hours.I am afraid we will not be returning for a 4th time to Opio Golf Club.
    Tommy Murray.


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    baesa jeremy wrote on: Nov 13, 2005

    Jeremy Baesa
    65 avenue de la Pampa,
    Email : jimsbaz@hotmail.com
    Juin-Septembre 2005
    Employé par Celtic Golf & Garden Management
    Jardiner de golf et paysagiste(jardin privé)
    Janvier-Juin 2005
    Jardiner de golf
    Warringah Golf Club, Sydney, Australia
    2002-2004 Apprentie Greenkeeper,
    The old course Cannes Mandelieu, France.
    2001-2002 Employé par le golf ,
    Old course Cannes Mandelieu :
    * Starter
    * Commissaire
    * Organisation du practice
    Juin-Aout 1998
    Entretien de machines Parcs et Jardins
    1999-2001 Lycee professionnel St Claude (Grasse)
    Maintenance de machines Parcs et Jardins
    Permis B
    Experience des machines (machines d ‘entretien de golfs,camions bennes,chargeur,mini pelle)
    paysagisme (arrosage,traverses construction ,placage….)
    Celtic Golf & Gardens: Killian Poyton
    Phone: 06 72 24 07 31
    Warringah Golf Club: David Airey
    Email: warringahgolf@bigpond.com


  • Opio Valbonne

    mark hammond wrote on: Oct 13, 2004

    The most expensive course we played in the region and definitely came third behind Saint Donat and Grande Bastide. The front nine appears to be quite new and is ok rather than good. The back nine is a lot more mature and much better, although the greens were not great. Still worth a visit but at 70 euros a round its a tad too expensive.