The Golf de Bordeaux Cameyrac (33), of the UGOLF chain, is located halfway between Bordeaux and Saint-Émilion. Enclosed between the right bank of the Garonne and the left bank of the Dordogne, in the Entre Deux Mers, it was created by the architect Jacques Quénot in 1972. Originally reserved for the inhabitants of the "Résidence Club", the Golf de Bordeaux Cameyrac is now open to all. It offers two routes between vineyards and hundred-year-old oaks.
The course of the Oaks is an 18 holes Par 72 of 5777 meters. The route is wooded, flat and narrow in a forest, surrounded by vineyards. The first impression on hole 1 can be misleading: under the guise of ease, the golfer will have to use skill and precision to conclude this first hole, a Par 5 handicap 18. The long par 4s to come with many doglegs will be to be approached with caution. Many bunkers were judiciously placed to defend the greens. It is a journey that cannot be allowed to happen. It is not very physical, but resolutely technical.
The course of the Vignes is a compact 9 holes Par 28 of 1085 meters, composed essentially of Par 3 in a décor of grape varieties. It is accessible to all golfers, amateurs or confirmed.
The driving range includes 25 positions including 8 covered, a putting green, a training bunker and an approach green. Discovery or introductory courses are offered.
The clubhouse includes luxury changing rooms as well as an important proshop. Le 72 restaurant offers south-west cuisine and a selection of tailor-made wines. The bar is non-stop in season and the snack is continuous.
The terrace is conducive to conversations with friends after a course. And if you feel like it, you can prick a head in the pool or exchange a few balls on the two tennis courts. History to complete different sports activities in a sports and gourmet stop.