Esterel Golf Club
|White M: 67.2/113||358||122||582||376||400||341||328||205||303||3015||366||553||142||344||332||132||427||409||386||3091||6106|
|Yellow M: 64.1/107||331||110||554||358||352||331||319||182||281||2818||357||527||129||308||297||116||381||390||373||2878||5696|
|Blue W: 64.9/105||315||100||512||318||318||254||305||162||264||2548||334||501||106||279||270||115||344||357||326||2632||5180|
|Red W: 64.1/101||303||87||434||274||294||245||291||150||221||2299||272||486||85||269||242||77||309||327||322||2389||4688|
Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Overrated, over priced and need to attend to customer service
We are regulars in the South of France so know the routine of fleecing summer tourists but golf clubs are normally the ones to buck this trend. Not so L'Est!
Pretty bog standard welcome with a request that, in future, we book buggies led us to a tee where we were expected to play with a lone golfer even though we had already established with the club that our 3 ball would be very welcome to play together, alone. Obvious embarrassment all round and rude remarks from said lone golfer about Brits! We were playing a week's competitive golf hence our request in the first place.
Anyway this is the third visit to a course which is ok but has some ordinary holes and one distinct par 3 which is almost impossible to hit for handicap golfers. Some wet areas and slow play make this a course to miss really, particularly when St. Endreol and Barbaroux are available.
Ok if you want to play to their behest and not yours (who is paying?) and best mid-week, not Saturday's.