Barbaroux Golf course unfolds over a distance of 6068m (6614 yards) in a magnificent wooded landscape of 87 hectares. Pete and PB Dye, two American world renowned golf architects, chose the Provence to build their unique European jewel, their design combines the love for nature with technical flair; and is ornamented by 6 vast lakes in the purest tradition of modern American golf design. Barbaroux is surrounded by vineyards and Mediterranean pine trees covering the hillsides. The climate offers 300 days of sunshine per year. Barbaroux is a place where winters are dry and sunny, permitting golf all year around with temperatures achieving 15 Celsius in December and January.
How to play Barbaroux Golf?
Barbaroux Golf is very three dimensional and there can be long distances between one green and the next tee so it can be quite tiring so I would recommend hiring a buggy unless you are super-fit.Some of the holes on the front 9 feature large drops off the edge of the fairway and most of these are designated as lateral water hazards. Four of the back 9 feature significant water hazards. Lost balls are a common event for most normal golfers.
How to book tee times Barbaroux Golf?
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