Nestled in the Sainte-Baume Regional Nature Park, Golf Sainte Baume protects and promotes the local fauna and flora that inhabit its streams, garrigue scrubland, pine trees and holm oaks.
The tee boxes overlook the fairways and the raised greens add a degree of difficulty thanks to the water hazards surrounding them. All this delivers a variety of play to suit all skill levels.
Welcome to Golf Sainte Baume, whose par-5 first hole is best played on the right of the fairway to give the best angle for your second stroke and not overshoot the green.
With its water hazard, it’s the most photographed hole on the course. Hit your drive down the left side of the fairway, or if you’re a big hitter, try to shoot over the water.
For this par 4, hit your drive on the fairway and stay left for your second stroke to avoid the bunkers at the front of the green.
To play the 4th hole, tee off towards the right to avoid the bunkers and use the slope to get back onto the green.
For this dogleg par 4, hit your drive down the middle or right of the fairway to get the best angle for your second shot.
This par 4 seems easy, but the danger lies in the red stakes to the right of the fairway.
Big hitters can shoot over the forest to have a chance of attacking the green in two.
Choose your club with care, as there’s a double plateau on the green.
A tee shot down the middle of the fairway or to the left is recommended, to get the best angle to attack the green.
An uphill par 4 with no hazards to the right. However, you need to be able to control your distance to attack this shallow green.
A long par 3 with another shallow green. The choice of club is important for controlling the distance.
The club manager’s signature hole! There’s often a headwind, and don’t be afraid to play near the stream to attack the well defended green in 3.
Quite a short par 4 with plenty of room on the left. I spy a birdie!
Find the wide part of the fairway with a 3-wood or less, then underclub by a half club to attack the green.
The last par 5 of the course is well defended! Big hitters wanting to reach the green in 2 should hit a perfect drive 5 metres left of the target.
This last par 3 is very open, so don’t play it too long.
A par 4 that requires a solid tee shot. Keep an eye on the out of bounds to the left without veering too much to the right, as this could close your angle of attack. Don’t overclub on your second stroke. The green isn’t raised, it’s an optical illusion!
Take in the beauty of the Sainte-Baume mountain range in front of you and hit your drive with a slight left-to-right fade. Don’t play it long when you attack the green.
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