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The authenticity of a domain steeped in history. The shared pleasure of a deliciously hilly course, embellished with curves and obstacles without artifice.

A Practice with 24 posts, a 9-hole Compact Course, 3 training greens, talented teachers, a 100m² Proshop, and its Restaurant "La Closerie", will complete these high quality facilities.  (Source: paysdegrassetourisme.fr)

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In the heart of a region rich in perfumes, the architect Cabell Robinson has succeeded in integrating the Golf de la Grande Bastide in a magnificent natural site. The course occupies a gently hilly site, made up of 7 water features, wide fairways and large bunkers. The length of the starting areas offers a challenge to good players and a pleasant course for beginners.

Perfectly integrated into its environment, it offers superb panoramas over Grasse, Opio and Châteauneuf de Grasse which dominate it.
  (Source: paysdegrassetourisme.fr)

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This magnificent 18-hole course offers a compromise between length and precision. Stop for a few moments at hole n°12: the Lerins Islands are at your feet!
Hilly and quite technical, players will have to use tactics and precision rather than drive power.

The restaurant "Le Club" offers you a warm welcome in a calm and friendly atmosphere every day from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.: tasty, simple and fast cuisine... And on sunny days, you will enjoy the terrace on the edge of the forest with a view on golf.
  (Source: paysdegrassetourisme.fr)

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This golf course was born 30 years ago under the pencil of a renowned French architect, Michel Gayon, who also designed courses in La Baude, Tunis, Dakar. Between 1986 and 1994. It was operated by Jean-Claude Andruet, the former rally driver converted into a golf car salesman, then sold to the Benichou family, becoming the Victoria Golf Club. 

This 9-hole, on a fairly hilly terrain, offers a very technical course, with bunkers and several judiciously placed water features. It requires golfers to play straight to avoid the valleys, the steep slopes of certain fairways or the surrounding forest.  (Source: victoria-golfclub.fr)