Discover the beauty of four exceptional regions in Western France with Golfy

Golfy invites you to explore the fantastic golf courses in Brittany, Normandy, Anjou, and the Loire Valley

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France is an idyllic location for you to explore and play golf – with Golfy you can do both in one trip! From the Bay of Saint Michel down to the Loire Valley, you are spoiled for choice when it comes to quality golf courses, and you can access them all with Golfy.

Golfy was created in 1990 as the first golf club network in France. Throughout its 34-year existence, Golfy has continually grown, and in 2024 Golfy proudly brings together 180 courses in five European countries – France, Spain, Italy, Belgium, and Switzerland.

The company was founded in 1990 by Alain Jeanjean with the ambition of making playing golf more straightforward and assisting in the development of golf clubs, particularly those in France. As well as presenting golfers with an easier and cheaper way of playing amazing golf courses, Golfy also promotes taking in all of the culture, cuisine, history, and atmosphere of the surrounding areas you visit.

One area in France that’s absolutely breathtaking, but so often overlooked, is Western France. Known for its rugged coastline, harbour towns, quaint seaside towns, fine sandy beaches, and excellent cuisine the regions in Western France offer much more than just a golf trip – but the golf is the icing on the cake.

Book your next golf trip to Brittany, Normandy, Anjou, or the Loire Valley with Golfy and you won’t be disappointed! Especially if you take advantage of this amazing deal on their Indigo Card with the Promo Code TOGO24.

Price: WAS €75 / NOW €38
Currently, Golfy are offering UK golfers 50% off their Indigo Card with the Promo Code TOGO24.

The offer stands until 31/10/2024, giving you plenty of time to take advantage of this amazing deal.


  • Save 25% on green fees
  • Guaranteed best rates on accommodation
  • Save 15% on Golfy breaks
  • Access Golfy loyalty programme
  • Exclusive Golfy benefits
  • Unlimited use for 12 months


  • No downsides whatsoever

By owning one of the Golfy cards, you’ll be joining 53,000 loyal Golfystadors already taking advantage of the excellent deals Golfy has available. From discounts on green fees and golf stays to the Golfy Loyalty Program which turns your collected yards into gifts, and other exclusive Golfy benefits.

The opportunities to discover new courses are outstanding thanks to accommodation offered on or near partner golf courses. Golf breaks are offered all year round at preferential prices for Golfy cardholders. By becoming a Golfystador you too can enjoy the ultimate GolfExperience!

Equipped with your new Golfy Indigo Card, let’s take a look at where you can explore in Western France…

Mont Saint Michel

The Bay of Saint Michel is a World UNESCO Heritage Site that attracts visitors from far and wide looking to catch of glimpse of the stunning scenery and breathtaking historical sites. This area of France also attracts golfers from all over the world because it’s home to some of the most renowned golf courses on the planet. Golf courses in this area pose many challenges, but perhaps the biggest challenge is leaving!

Let’s take a look at three of the best golf courses you can play around the Bay of Saint Michel…

Golf des Ormes

Golf des Ormes

This par 72 golf course was designed by architect Antoine d’Ormesson and opened in 1989. Described as a jewel in the heart of nature, Golf des Ormes perfectly blends harmoniously into its natural surroundings.

Situated just 20km south of the Bay of Saint Michel, this golf course spreads itself over some sixty hectares as it passes through vast wooded areas and meanders its way around water hazards.

While making your way around this picturesque golf course, expect to be treated to iconic views of the castle of Les Ormes – it only adds to the charm of the entire resort.

Golf de Granville

Golf de Granville

Golf de Granville was created in 1912 by Shapland Colt and Henry G. Hawtree. There is the opportunity to play either an 18-hole golf course or a 9-hole golf course, both of which offer a variety of challenges to golfers.

You could easily mistake Golf de Granville for a centuries-old golf course situated in Ireland or Scotland because it shares similar characteristics to those cherished links courses with an air of authenticity that often isn’t felt outside of the UK.

Golf de Clécy

Golf de Clécy
18 holes – par 72 – 6,409 yards 

Labelled as one of the most beautiful natural golf courses in France, in the heart of Suisse Normande, you’ll find Golf de Clécy, an 18-hole golf course that was designed by architect Bill Backer.

Strategy is paramount when plotting your way around this technical golf course, but it’s hard to constantly concentrate on the golf given how amazing the surroundings are.

Amboise Castle on the banks of the Loire

Heading south, into the Anjou Val de Loire you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to outstanding golf courses. Traverse through vineyards and challenge yourself on the banks of the Loire by treating yourself to a GolfExperience in this area of France. The Anjou Val de Loire is renowned for its mouthwatering cuisine and exceptional wines, making it a fabulous destination for couples and fourballs.

Let’s take a look at three of the best golf courses you can play in the Anjou Val de Loire…

Golf de Bauge

 Golf de Baugé 

An undulating golf course to remember. Golf de Baugé offers an 18-hole golf course surrounded by lush greenery, designed by Alain Prat. Known for its high-quality and pure greens, this golf course rewards golfers with impressive scores that know their way around the flatstick.

Natural obstacles littered in this calm and technical layout offer stimulating challenges for golfers of all levels. The clubhouse is most definitely memorable, it has a charming atmosphere being built into former stables.

Golf de Mignaloux Beauvoir 

Golf de Mignaloux Beauvoir 

Spanning over ninety hectares, Golf de Mignaloux Beauvoir offers absolutely everything any golf enthusiast could wish for. There isn’t much undulation to note around this golf course but it’s packed with trees and a handful of water hazards just waiting for that wayward shot.

The trees at Golf de Mignaloux Beauvoir add to the character of this golf course by creating an optical illusion that will have you doubting yardages and double-checking your numbers no matter where you are on the course.

The 18th hole was reworked in 2023 (along with the rest of the course) to become the highlight of the course and send golfers away with fond memories of a beautiful 19th-century chapel situated behind the 18th green – should they overcome the waterfall overlooking the lake in front of the 18th green.

Anjou Golf & Country Club

Anjou Golf & Country Club

Designed by Fred W. Hawtree, Anjou Golf & Country Club has all the quirks and characteristics you’d expect of a parkland golf course in England. It’s a brilliant test of golf, featuring a host of formidable obstacles including water hazards, huge oak trees, and bountiful doglegs.

Anjou Golf & Country Club spans generations. In the mid-1980s, the golf course was founded by a family descendent of Count Roland de La Poype, a former Second World War fighter pilot. This story, when combined with the natural, unspoiled landscape, and welcoming clubhouse only adds to the charm of this golf course.

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About the author

James Hogg is a Golf Equipment Writer for Today's Golfer, with expert knowledge in putters, golf balls, and apparel.

James Hogg – Golf Equipment Writer

James has a degree in English Language from Newcastle University and an MA in Journalism from Kingston University.

He spent seven years working for American Golf as part of the sales and fitting team alongside his studies and is a specialist in putters, golf balls, and apparel.

James took up golf as a teenager and, thanks largely to his length and consistency off the tee, he plays off a handicap of 4.7 at Cleveland Golf Club.

You can contact James via email for loads more golf equipment insight.

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