Upper Normandy Golf Courses and Clubs

Discover Upper Normandy, located in North Western France, the kindness of its people, the charm of the surrounding areas and Upper Normandy's culture.

  • This French region is easily accessible. Indeed, it is about one hour from Paris and is very close to England and Benelux countries. Combine two activities, such as golfing and horse-riding, golfing and walking or again golfing and sightseeing, to make your golfing holidays more than just an "usual" one.
  • There are 36 golf courses in Upper Normandy. Some of them are well-known such as Evreux Golf Course and Le Havre Golf Course.
  • You will appreciate the Upper Normandy landscapes and the high quality golf courses designed by famous architects. Golfing holidays in Upper Normandy are definitely a must. This region of France has plenty of hotels and villas which boast an easy access to the main golf courses. Prices for these golfing holidays are generally very affordable in Upper Normandy as they may vary from €58 to €752, including the breakfast for some luxurious four stars hotels (for a golfing week-end break). Many Upper Normandy hotels or traditional guest houses used to this type of stays offer a warm and inviting welcome.
  • You will discover that this is a region offering every pleasure. Upper Normandy is mostly composed of flat plains or gently rolling hills, which makes the area one of the most suitable to play golf in France. Enjoy playing golf in beautiful landscapes, amongst forests, lakes, valleys, (see the Geography section).

Here are the contact details of the golf facilities in Upper Normandy:

Golf courses in Eure Golf courses in Seine-Maritime

Évreux Golf Course

Chemin de Valème

27000 Évreux

Jumièges Golf Course

76480 Jumièges-le-Mesnil

Léry-Poses Golf Course

27740 Poses

Rouen la Forêt Verte Golf Course

76710 Bosc Guerard Saint-Adrien

Center Parcs Golf Course

Domaine des Bois Francs

Les Barils

27130 Verneuil sur Avre

Le Havre Golf Course

Hameau Saint-Supplix

76930 Octeville-sur-Mer

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