Explore the fantastic golf the French west coast has to offer with Golfy

From Brittany to the Landes, plan your affordable and relaxing golf trip to the west coast of France with Golfy

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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.

The French west coast is a must visit for golf, culture, cuisine, and much more

One area of France you might not think of visiting to play golf – but definitely should – is the west coast. Not only is the French west coast rich in history, culture, and outstanding vistas, but it’s also an amazing destination for a golf break, golf holiday, or golf road trip.

Traversing along the rugged coastline will provide you with unforgettable memories both on and off the course. Beginning in Brittany and the Loire Valley, both regions are littered with fantastic golf courses including Golf de Cornouaille, Golf de Guérande, Golf de Saint-Jean-de-Monts, and Bourgenay Golf Club. Not forgetting the breathtaking scenery, from the harbour towns in Brittany to the quaint seaside towns in the Loire Valley.

Golf de Guérande is one of the best courses to visit on the west coast of France

Heading south into Charente, this region is almost the perfect blend of everything Brittany and the Loire Valley has to offer. Further south on the French west coast, you’ll find the Landes which is a beautiful region home to fine sandy beaches and excellent cuisine. Both regions are home to amazing golf courses you don’t want to miss, including Golf de La Prée-La Rochelle, Golf de La Palmyre, Golf de Royan, and Golf de Moliets.

Golf de Moliets is a premier golf destination of the French West Coast

You can enjoy all of the golf, history, cuisine, architecture, and scenery of the French west coast for even cheaper than you might think. 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!

Price: WAS €75 / NOW €38
Now you're probably wondering, how can I book my next golf trip to the French west coast. 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

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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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