Golfers recommended northern France

21 March 2013 09:01

Stars like Rory McIlroy have made golf a popular sport

Stars like Rory McIlroy have made golf a popular sport

A short hop across the Channel can pitch golfers up at courses offering something for players of all abilities, according to Golfholidays.com.

The firm has announced its five most popular courses in northern France. It says the Hardelot Les Pins course offers players "death or glory" shot choices on each hole. The AA Saint Omer club is known for its scenic views and, although the cream of the sport compete there in an annual European tour event each June, it is suitable for players of all abilities.

The Belle Dune golf club is surrounded by a nature reserve and can offer challenging conditions, especially when it is windy, while Arras Golf is also recommended to players, who are advised to avoid the rough by investing in sports travel insurance. Meanwhile, Le Touquet La Mer is said to be an "outstanding" links course which can prove unforgiving to less experienced players. Golfholidays.com director Morgan Clarke said: "Northern France is a great destination for the golf holidaymaker, there are a number of courses of real quality and it's just over the other side of the Channel."

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