Nestled in a haven of greenery, the estate of the Nampont-Saint-Martin castle provides an idyllic setting for true golf players. The Belvédère course, originally featuring 9 holes in 1978, offers nowadays a rambling 18-hole layout with unexpected drops. Meandering through the woods above the Authie valley, this narrow fairway requires more accuracy than strength. This course is exceedingly satisfying to play thanks to its spectacular views. It is accessible to quite experienced golfers.
Open in 1994, this aptly-named course (it’s laid out right in the middle of a bird sanctuary) is the Golf’s showpiece. Initially a 9 holes, it doubled up in 2002 and has golfers play surrounded by swans, herons, ducks and many other migratory birds. Its rather flat layout sprawls through glorious views around the castle and on the Authie river banks while several ponds and ornamental lakes make the game rather unpredictable. A true Californian golf course in the north of France! A little twist to report, the passing of the border between the Somme and the Pas-de-Calais counties through par-8 and back through par-10. This original fairway is well appreciated by the British golfers and suits all types of players.