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Royan Golf Club, Breuillet (17). (1927 - WW2)

In 1927 the first course was created at Taupignac, in the municipality of Breuillet, about 5k from the resort. Par 70 total measurement 5,550 metres. 

In 1932/3 it was listed as a nine-hole course (being extended to 18). Visitors’ fees were, 20 francs a day, 85 francs a week and 100 francs a month. 

Following WW2 the secretary was R Fauconler, telephone Breuillet 1. The professional was A Curely and the green-keeper M Corbeau. It was listed as an eight-hole course with a SSS of 74. The club had a membership of 50. Course records were; amateur – R Lacroix, 68; professional – A Ghintran, 68. Visitors’ fees 30 francs a day. The station at Royat was 5 k from the course. 

The club closed following WW2, the current club was formed in 1977.


Royan Golf Club, Breuillet (17). The clubhouse.

The Royan clubhouse (with vintage car). (John Llewellyn Collection).


Royan Golf Club, Breuillet (17). Golf course entrance.

The entrance to the Royan course.