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MEET THE GOLF COURSE

Holes : 18
Distance : 6432m
By : 72
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Both courses have in common the fact of having some of their holes traced in a forest of oak, poplar, walnut, chestnut, cherry and birch trees. However, they are completely different one from another. The very large fairways of the Breuil create a very pleasant sensation of serenity that becomes even more tangible from hole 13, when holes go bordering the vast ponds inhabited with carps, zanders or pikes, and above all, overflown by numerous birds, wading birds notably. Light there is an enchantment, whether sheer hues glowing from the morning mist, or the warm colours of an ending day..

HOLE

GOLF HOLE INFORMATION

 LOCAL RULES OF THE BREUIL

Those local rules come supplementing the federal events permanent rules and nullify any other pre-existing local rules.

Bounds of the course

Holes 3, 4 and 5 : In the absence of flagging, the out of bound is delineated by the line that links, on the course side, points on the ground level to the brackets of the electric fence against boars.
Hole 17 : On the right, for playing this hole only.

General Area

All gaps and runoff zones that are not flagged as penalty area (lines and/or stakes) are part of the general area.
Abnormal Condition of the Course (Rule 16.1)
All paths of the course
Only for trees equipped with a stake or shrouds: the set made of tree / stake / shrouds / hollow.
Holes 3, 4, 9 and 13: The soldier-pile walls bordering the bodies of water are not part of the penalty areas.

Penalty Area (Rule 17)

The wooden crossings over the gaps, even when unflagged, are part of the penalty area.
Hole 10 : As far this hole’s play is concerned the penalty area on the left expands to infinity.

HOLE N°1

Par 4 with a slight dogleg right, which major difficulty will appear upon hit starting. You may stand at the left of the fairway to avoid the bunker, without obstructing your opening with the trees.

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

377

Blanc

358

Jaune

345

Bleu

324

Rouge

258

Violet

22

Orange

140

HOLE N°2

Par 3 which, because of the waterbody, may look frightening at first sight but with a very large green that allows mistakes. You would better play front of green because there is a dense rough coming shortly beyond it.

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

166

Blanc

166

Jaune

139

Bleu

119

Rouge

101

Violet

85

Orange

85

HOLE N°3

This par 5 leaves wide open space for hit starting, but it is preferable to stand on the right-hand side of the fairway if one wants to tackle the green in 2, which is very well protected by a water obstacle and trees within, on the left.

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

462

Blanc

457

Jaune

422

Bleu

387

Rouge

351

Violet

295

Orange

170

HOLE N°4

Par 3 well protected by the rough, the water obstacles and the bunkers. In addition to a slopping, narrow green.

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

186

Blanc

165

Jaune

154

Bleu

154

Rouge

144

Violet

70

Orange

50

HOLE N°5

This long par 4 requires a precise hit start in order not to be impeded by the trees while hitting the green. If you hit long enough, you will not be hampered by the row of trees and then could get yourself a nice occasion for a birdie. .

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

408

Blanc

387

Jaune

363

Bleu

340

Rouge

271

Violet

230

Orange

150

HOLE N°6

Slightly down-slopping par 4, your hit start will have to find its way amid the fairway while avoiding bunkers on the right and on the left. This uphill green may offer you a nice opportunity for a birdie as it helps stopping your attacks of the green. Nevertheless, pay attention to the two large bunkers that protect this green.

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

396

Blanc

374

Jaune

352

Bleu

330

Rouge

259

Violet

180

Orange

130

HOLE N°7

Par 4 with dogleg left. The aim will be to remain at the bunker level or to cut across over it, to shorten the hole and allow yourself a nice hit of this elevated green.

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

376

Blanc

358

Jaune

341

Bleu

317

Rouge

283

Violet

240

Orange

140

HOLE N°8

A long par 5 bordered by a water obstacle on the right and a bunker at the hit start ball-drop. The elevated, widthwise green makes it more difficult for long hitters to tackle the green in 2.

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

482

Blanc

453

Jaune

436

Bleu

417

Rouge

385

Violet

325

Orange

190

HOLE N°9

A magnificent par 4 in dogleg left between 2 water obstacles on the right and on the left. It is preferable to lean on the right hand-side edge of the fairway for security. Then comes a large double-tiered green.

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

358

Blanc

349

Jaune

333

Bleu

302

Rouge

292

Violet

210

Orange

155

HOLE N°10

Par 4 in slight dogleg right, lean on the left-hand side edge of the fairway not to be hampered by the trees that protect the green.

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

355

Blanc

338

Jaune

329

Bleu

306

Rouge

300

Violet

230

Orange

130

HOLE N°11

Par 3 with a large green well protected by its two 2 bunkers. Do not hesitate to play towards the middle or even the back of the green to prevent yourself ending up trapped in the short bunker of the green.

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

175

Blanc

158

Jaune

143

Bleu

134

Rouge

103

Violet

85

Orange

50

HOLE N°12

Par 4 narrow dogleg right. The green hitting is the trickiest part of the hole as the green is protected by woods on both left and right sides, as well as a bunker and a waterbody beyond the green.

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

386

Blanc

347

Jaune

323

Bleu

304

Rouge

240

Violet

180

Orange

120

HOLE N°13

A short par 4 in slight dogleg right. There can be for you a nice occasion for a birdie if you are careful about green hitting, about the bunker and the water on the left.

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

340

Blanc

319

Jaune

301

Bleu

295

Rouge

277

Violet

205

Orange

140

HOLE N°14

This is the most difficult hole of the course, this long par 4 dogleg right bordered by a large waterbody all the way through, will force you to lean on the left-hand side edge of the fairway. Hitting of the green must be precise on a narrow green, between water and the trees that border it.

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

401

Blanc

382

Jaune

362

Bleu

319

Rouge

291

Violet

250

Orange

130

HOLE N°15

Par 5 surrounded with water on the right and left sides, which can be hit in two if your hit start goes over the big tree in the middle of the fairway. Pay attention though to the grove of trees after the 135, that may impede hitting the green if you remained at the right-hand side of the fairway.

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

484

Blanc

463

Jaune

443

Bleu

422

Rouge

399

Violet

320

Orange

200

HOLE N°16

A long par 3 with elevated green. Though the waterbody may look impressive, do not fear it, the green is wide! It is preferable to hit it from the left, it will permit a simpler approach in case you miss it.

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

198

Blanc

181

Jaune

159

Bleu

137

Rouge

107

Violet

118

Orange

50

HOLE N°17

Par 5 dogleg right bordered by an out of bound on the right, the longest hitters may cut across, over the row of trees to hit in 2 an elevated green that is well protected by bunkers. You may otherwise play on the left-hand side edge of the fairway to provide yourself a wide-open way to the green.

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

495

Blanc

468

Jaune

447

Bleu

421

Rouge

401

Violet

330

Orange

190

HOLE N°18

A long par 4 long that could appear a par 5 with a headwind. The green and its significant slopes will be your last challenge on this course.

DISTANCE TABLE

Noir

405

Blanc

384

Jaune

366

Bleu

345

Rouge

297

Violet

250

Orange

150

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