Golf d’Aubeterre is set within the grounds of the Longeveau estate. Our nine hole course offers a challenge to golfers for all abilities, within the scenic setting of the Charente / Dordogne countryside.
We hold regular competitions throughout the year. Many are open to all guests, while some are for members only.
Every Wednesday, morning or afternoon depending on the time of year, we run an 18 hole Stableford competition. During the summer months, we run a 9 hole Stableford on Friday evenings. Visitors are welcome to play in both competitions and all players are required to sign up in advance.
For members, we have the monthly medal, plus an assortment of sponsored competitions throughout the year. Annually, we host the 'Club Plate Competition' (with index / handicap). Followed shortly afterwards by the 'Club Championship' (scratch competition), played over the course of three days.
Our members also represent us in competitions across the Nouvelle Aquitaine region.
There are regular roll-ups on Mondays and Saturdays for men, and Tuesdays for ladies. These social events normally take the form of a texas scramble or stableford competition, depending on the number of players. All visitors are warmly welcomed.
The 'Association de Golf d'Aubeterre' organises regular competitions and social events throughout the year. It is also responsible for administering your index (handicap) and FFG (Fédération française de golf) licences.
The Association organises all of the official club competitions, including the Wednesday and Friday Stablefords, the Monthly Medal, sponsored tournaments and the annual Plate and Club Championships. Association members are regularly updated by email with details of up and coming events and how to how to participate.
Sponsored events and one off competitions are often accompanied by social events.
Membership of the Association is required for all Club members wishing to play in the above competitions. In addition to this, an FFG licence is obligatory for all Club members. This ensures that, amongst other things, you are insured whilst playing the game.
If you would like to join the FFG and Association, the fees are currently €58 and €8 respectively, a total of €66. Existing members of the FFG are able to transfer to our Association.
Members are welcomed as part of the Longeveau family, on a course that is rarely busy. You can expect a relaxed, friendly environment in which to play your golf, with like minded players of all abilities.
If you are interested in joining the club, please don't hesitate to come and see us. We would love to welcome you on board - and happy to make you an offer!
|9 holes||18 holes||Weekly||12 month|
|Adult, under 25||15.00€||25.00€||75.00€||220.00€|
|Junior, under 17||10.00€||15.00€||45.00€||120.00€|
An FFG licence (Fédération Française de Golf) is obligatory for all golf membership in France. The includes your golf insurance. The fee's for 2023 are as follows:
|Adult||58,00 € per annum, January - December|
|Junior||19,00 € per annum, January - December|
Our local coach is Joël Laggoune, a PGA France member and Golf Professional since 1992. Joel has a wonderful manner and speaks excellent English. His teaching methods can be used alongside video analysis, to help achieve the best results and drive your game forward.
Joël is experienced in teaching debutants though to advanced players. Lessons can be booked for individual’s or groups. For individual or multiple sessions.
For further information or to book a lesson, you can contact Joël directly on +33 6 24 02 09 13 or at email@example.com
Golf d’Aubeterre is an approved 9 hole course, of the Federation Francaise de Golf (FFG) with an SSI of 111 (see www.ffgolf.org). The Rules of Golf apply (as per the 30th Edition of the R&A Rules Ltd and approved by the FFG) with the addition of specific local rules.
With numerous courses in the wider region, Longeveau is an ideal base for golfing enthusiasts. We offer comfortable accommodation for individuals or groups.
Courses in the region tend to be uncrowded and with competitive green fees. This part of France is particularly scenic and is reflected in most of our local courses.