This is a young golf course, just 14 years old. It was created in 2003 by one of the most respected names in the design and development of sustainable courses, Michel Niedbala. This architect, responsible for more than 25 golf complexes around the world, is committed to promoting the natural environment as a recreational sports setting. His work is the basis for the environmental guidelines for golf-related development in Italy. Le Provençal is considered one of the most beautiful 9-holes in France, set within a city, yet with a view of the Alps and the Nice backcountry. Being only slightly hilly, it can be enjoyed by players of every age and level.
Its urban location just 5 minutes from the A8 highway makes it quick and easy to reach. For golfers whose time is precious, they can play the course in just two hours.
It is also a training center, with a 40-station driving range, a chipping green, and three putting greens. So it’s no coincidence that some professionals have chosen it as a training course. Like Benoit Ducolombier, national coach, who trains a number of European circuit players, both men and women: Gwladys Nocera (France’s No. 2 women’s player), Romain Langasque (top British Amateur), Adrien Saddier, Isabelle Boineau, and others.