Dieppe Golf Course is the nearest and most accessible French golf course from Sussex.
Five new holes overlooking the sea have been added since Autumn 1999.
At Dieppe Golf Course the club house is of a Norman style. It is a warm and friendly place with a bilingual reception and is equipped with a Pro Shop.
Dieppe Golf Course Pourville suggests a taste of the French way of life, for it's enjoyment and relaxation. The impressive and intriguing 18 boles are close to the cliffs overlooking the sea between Dieppe and Pourville. A wide variety of scenery and challenges give pleasure for golfers of all levels, and includes woods, valleys, plateau and water. Towards the west, after the sheltered nature of the inland holes, the contrast provided by the splendid views is striking. The channel is closer and the air invigorating. Take in the scenery, the colours changing with the season. The fairways by the sea appear as though they were fashioned by nature. The elevated greens are both view points and tests for players. The many features of the course provide a stimulating experience.
The bar at Dieppe Golf Course undoubtedly recalls the British origins of the club. The decor is recognisable and the walls have absorbed for over a century the sound of players recounting their winning scores missed putts.
The restaurant with its pleasant terrace offers genuine French cuisine based on local products. The chef also suggests a choice of menus including a good quality, rapid and low cost 'golfer's special'.
Dieppe has the oldest beach in France, ideally placed at two hours journey from Paris and the English coast, once a favourite resort of the well-born and well-bred, and with a panorama which has inspired the greatest painters.
Built in 1897 by Willie Park jr. this long-standing course has hosted several national tournaments over the years. It is situated on the cliffs of Dieppe with splendid views of the Channel and the valley of Pourville. A varied challenge for all.
Dieppe-Pourville Golf Club is one of the oldest in France and was first designed in 1897 by British Open winner, Willie Park. This club has a great history of affiliations with courses on the opposite side of the Channel in Sussex. In 2000 two new holes were added which now gives the course great views towards it's English rivals.
The two old holes now home an extensive practise facility. The club house, although not the biggest, is very picturesque and in line with local Normandy architecture. A warm, English-style, feel is on hand to make your day complete and it's worth leaving enough time for lunch in the fabulous restaurant.