Golf National L'Aigle is certainly a more forgiving proposition than the neighbouring French Open venue L'Albators. L'Aigle is shorter, at 6,489 yards, and is more sympathetically set up to welcome the average player.
How to play Golf National L'Aigle?
In the same manner as L'Albatros, the course is rough around the edges, and has a degree of links in its make up, but does not have the demanding hazards that make Le Golf National's main attraction so challenging. L'Aigle is significantly less interesting but offers a more forgiving warm-up for the main event.
How to book tee times for Golf National L'Aigle?
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