The 18-hole Biarritz Le Phare Golf Club was designed and built in 1888 by architect, Willie Dunn, and is set in the heart of the town amidst superb surroundings. It remains not only an example of the history of golf in France but also bears the tradition of Basque country golfing origins. Throughout the years it has remained truly British, both technically and in its style, and blends perfectly with the landscape. Its location between the mountains and the sea and its particularly mild climate offer year-long excellent playing conditions.
Golfers will find a variety of courses spread on 34 hectares, from hilly to flat and from links to woodlands. It's a 69 par of a 5402 meters length. Many tees have beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean or the slopes of the Pyrenees. Choose from 11 golf courses within a radius of 50 kilometers. The 18-hole Le Phare is conveniently located in the center of the city, when Arcangues is known for its gently rolling course. Makila is a generous course with wide fairways and Seignosse is a remote course voted as one of the world's top 50 golf courses.
A legendary course
In 1988, the unique Ilbarritz Training Center was created. Renowned for its spectacular views and its impressive technical standards Ilbarritz has become a golf legend in one century. The Biarritz Golf Club organizes many international competitions, has welcomed many future champions, and is surrounded by many other well-known courses. Check their online calendar of various events, and the possibility to discover a selection of the most beautiful courses of South-Western France in the Basque Country, by choosing the Golf Pass. Enjoy a round with friends or family, before heading off to the beach or the clubhouse for a delicious meal.