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Northern France: a golf tour review

Find out why Northern France is becoming one of the hottest destinations for a golf tour, featuring Le Touquet and Arras, both on and off the course.

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With the ease of LeShuttle, a golf tour to Northern France is a brilliant option for those looking for a short golfing getaway. Offering plenty of high-quality golf but also great variety, then throw on top the famous history, culture, and gastronomy, there is not so much to look forward to on a golf tour in France.

Day 1: Golf d’Hardelot

Hotel du Parc

Day 2: Wimereux Golf Club & Arras

Day 3: Le Golf d’Arras

Le Golf d'Arras

Post round, the stylish restaurant and bar which has a lovely balcony overlooks the stunning 18th hole, the perfect place to unwind with a cold drink. We then headed back to Arras for another eventful evening.

We started the evening at La Passe Pierre, a classic French Brasserrie in the main square. We then embarked on a great bar crawl where we ticked off The Melting Pub, Glanworth Irish Pub and Baramousse, before ending the evening in Le Millenium which stays open until late. A fantastic evening!

Day 4: Merignies Golf & Country Club

Merignies Golf Club

If you want a slightly more links style course, Val de Marque would be the way to go, a more hilly and technical challenge, which comes from the Rupilly course, and the Valutte is the shortest 9 with tricky greens.

We started on the Rupilly and then moved onto the Valutte for the back 9. Overall, it was a very enjoyable round of golf with a change of scenery between the two 9’s keeping us engaged throughout. It also meant different areas of our game were tested more between the two courses. On-site there is a huge restaurant for pre or post-round activities.

Day 5: Aa Saint-Omer Golf Club

Aa Saint-Omer Golf Club


Feeling inspired?
If you are wanting a short break or a golf-filled getaway, then Northern France is the perfect location for your next golf holiday.


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