Golf de Mignaloux Beauvoir
Covering 92 hectares, the relatively flat golf course fits into the landscape of a multitude of trees of all kinds and a few lakes. The trees participate in the game of golf by creating landmarks, obstacles, screens, optical illusions and sensations of space. Players will find no apparent difficulty.
In spring, the fauna and flora awaken, they contribute to the balance of biodiversity, the trained eye will be able to admire the furtive animals which will take possession of their territory in the evening or the rare wild orchids, of a remarkable beauty.
In autumn, the vegetation changes colour in order to survive, along the fairway of the 11th it is the blaze of the American red oaks. The liquidambars, beeches, ash trees and others are adorned with yellows, reds and browns, bringing notes of colour to this vast monochrome of greens.
The terrace of the club house will soon overlook the arrival of the green18, a waterfall overlooking a laquet will be the golfer's last obstacle. Around a small 19th century chapel, an arboretum made up of rare and colourful trees will become to those who know how to wait a palette of colours that will be the envy of the painter.