Dinard Golf Club (Saint Lunaire). (35).
The earlier Dinard course was at Saint Lunaire, 2.5k from Dinard, and consisted initially of 7-holes.
There is an entry for Dinard in the 1889-1890 Golfing Annual which staes; "Just as we go to press we learn a golf club has been started here. The links at Saint Lunaire consist of seven-holes and there are hazards of various kinds."
The 1890-91 edition states that "Last year we had a golf course at Saint Lunaire, about 5k from Dinard. A small course certainly, only 8-holes, which will soon be made nine for the ladies' use."
It goes on to say that this course is no longer sufficient, and that a general assembly of the club had authorised the creation of a new course on the coastal border in Saint Briac, about 6k from Dinard.
Did the Ladies’ course at Saint-Lunaire continue? If so, for how long?
The postcards below show the Saint-Lunaire Golf Hotel. Unfortunately they are not dated but would appear to be later than the 1890s.