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1. Yasmine Golf Course

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Wonderful course with panoramic views of the Hammamet Bay. Visitors who do not have a handicap of 36 may only play the executive course. Golf packages are available. Courses nearby: Golf Citrus.

Date Added: Nov 27, 2005    Rating: 3.00    Votes: 17 Visits: 2041

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2. Le Parcours Les Oliviers Course at Citrus, Golf

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Citrus in the first 45-hole golf-centre in Tunisia. Two eighteen-hole courses and one nine-hole 'executive' course offer golf at a high international standard. The courses are laid out in a craggy forest and on an undulating plateau of the olive grove, stretching around 6 lakes and 420 acres of olive-trees and green spaces, a few kilometres from the resort of Hammamet. »Les Oliviers« is a motivating course for all. The 6th, a par 4 and stroke index 1, is the only hole bordering the motorway. Your tee shot must be long and straight to land at top of the hill, to enable you to see the green. This is protected by a lake, right in front of the green, on the right-hand side. You second shot must be a carry of approx. 150 metres/165 yards. At this hole the slightest mistake is severely punished. The 9th, a par 5, is played against the prevailing wind and and you certainly cannot afford to relax here. The 10th, a par 5 again, and a double dogleg to the right is bordered by out-of-bounds on both sides. 250 metres/275 yards from the back tees there is a bunker just ready to collect any faded balls. It is always possible to hit the green with the second stroke, but watch out! It is protected by bunkers in front and surrounding the green. Although the fairway of the 17th, a par 4, is relatively wide, this hole is always played against the dominant wind. Even if you manage two perfect strokes, it does not automatically mean you will reach the green. You need a very precise approach-shot to play par, but a bogey at this hole is not a bad result. The 18th is completely blind, bordered by out-of bounds on both sides and a dogleg to the right, along with 3 bunkers. The tee shot must be a perfect one in order to reach the centre of the fairway which contains a well-placed bunker ready to catch most short balls or those hit slightly off to the left. Some impressions of the »La Foręt«, a relatively more difficult course which offers a challenge to low-handicappers: The 8th, par 5 - stroke index 1, with an elevated tee and a fairway which allows no margin or error. The surface of the landing area is shielded by rows of trees all along the double dogleg to the left. The hole is only visible from the third shot onwards. The green is protected by three bunkers, making the approach difficult. The 9th is the spectacular end of the front nine. You have to hit the ball more than 220 metres/242 yards over a lake, in order to reach the fairway. As to the green, it is protected to the right by a bunker and by a second lake to the left. There is no respite at this hole. The 10th, a par 4, is a blind right dogleg, protected by a curtain of trees which one must surmount with the tee shot. All missed tee-offs will find themselves automatically penalized. The second stroke is not easy either, as the green is protected by a lateral water hazard on its right and a bunker behind to catch strokes which are too long. At the 15th, a par 3 stroke index 18, you have to carry a ravine of 100 metres/110 yards. All balls hit too short will end up in the ravine. The green is well protected by out-of-bounds to collect all the balls which go too far. The 17th is an extremely difficult par 4. Your tee shot should land in the centre of the fairway which has rough to the left and a lake to the right. With your second shot, you have to cross the right dogleg above the lake in order to try to reach the green which is well-protected by bunkers of 1.50 m/5 feet in depth. A lateral water hazard, hidden when playing the second stroke, nestles just behind the green. The 'executive' course, a par 28 is nothing to do with a Pitch & Putt course. It presents a real school for beginners, and, in particular, an ideal course for golfers wishing to play a good 9 holes in a short space of time. The golf school lies on an area of 37 acres devoted to learning golf and initiation into real course conditions. Tailor-made packages including hotel and golf are available. Courses nearby: Yasmine Golf.

Date Added: Dec 31, 2005    Rating: 4.00    Votes: 29 Visits: 1881

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3. Le Parcours La Foręt Course at Citrus, Golf

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Citrus in the first 45-hole golf-centre in Tunisia. Two eighteen-hole courses and one nine-hole 'executive' course offer golf at a high international standard. The courses are laid out in a craggy forest and on an undulating plateau of the olive grove, stretching around 6 lakes and 420 acres of olive-trees and green spaces, a few kilometres from the resort of Hammamet. »Les Oliviers« is a motivating course for all. The 6th, a par 4 and stroke index 1, is the only hole bordering the motorway. Your tee shot must be long and straight to land at top of the hill, to enable you to see the green. This is protected by a lake, right in front of the green, on the right-hand side. You second shot must be a carry of approx. 150 metres/165 yards. At this hole the slightest mistake is severely punished. The 9th, a par 5, is played against the prevailing wind and and you certainly cannot afford to relax here. The 10th, a par 5 again, and a double dogleg to the right is bordered by out-of-bounds on both sides. 250 metres/275 yards from the back tees there is a bunker just ready to collect any faded balls. It is always possible to hit the green with the second stroke, but watch out! It is protected by bunkers in front and surrounding the green. Although the fairway of the 17th, a par 4, is relatively wide, this hole is always played against the dominant wind. Even if you manage two perfect strokes, it does not automatically mean you will reach the green. You need a very precise approach-shot to play par, but a bogey at this hole is not a bad result. The 18th is completely blind, bordered by out-of bounds on both sides and a dogleg to the right, along with 3 bunkers. The tee shot must be a perfect one in order to reach the centre of the fairway which contains a well-placed bunker ready to catch most short balls or those hit slightly off to the left. Some impressions of the »La Foręt«, a relatively more difficult course which offers a challenge to low-handicappers: The 8th, par 5 - stroke index 1, with an elevated tee and a fairway which allows no margin or error. The surface of the landing area is shielded by rows of trees all along the double dogleg to the left. The hole is only visible from the third shot onwards. The green is protected by three bunkers, making the approach difficult. The 9th is the spectacular end of the front nine. You have to hit the ball more than 220 metres/242 yards over a lake, in order to reach the fairway. As to the green, it is protected to the right by a bunker and by a second lake to the left. There is no respite at this hole. The 10th, a par 4, is a blind right dogleg, protected by a curtain of trees which one must surmount with the tee shot. All missed tee-offs will find themselves automatically penalized. The second stroke is not easy either, as the green is protected by a lateral water hazard on its right and a bunker behind to catch strokes which are too long. At the 15th, a par 3 stroke index 18, you have to carry a ravine of 100 metres/110 yards. All balls hit too short will end up in the ravine. The green is well protected by out-of-bounds to collect all the balls which go too far. The 17th is an extremely difficult par 4. Your tee shot should land in the centre of the fairway which has rough to the left and a lake to the right. With your second shot, you have to cross the right dogleg above the lake in order to try to reach the green which is well-protected by bunkers of 1.50 m/5 feet in depth. A lateral water hazard, hidden when playing the second stroke, nestles just behind the green. The 'executive' course, a par 28 is nothing to do with a Pitch & Putt course. It presents a real school for beginners, and, in particular, an ideal course for golfers wishing to play a good 9 holes in a short space of time. The golf school lies on an area of 37 acres devoted to learning golf and initiation into real course conditions. Tailor-made packages including hotel and golf are available. Courses nearby: Yasmine Golf.

Date Added: Nov 25, 2005    Rating: 2.00    Votes: 27 Visits: 2205

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4. The 'Executive' Course at Citrus, Golf

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Citrus in the first 45-hole golf-centre in Tunisia. Two eighteen-hole courses and one nine-hole 'executive' course offer golf at a high international standard. The courses are laid out in a craggy forest and on an undulating plateau of the olive grove, stretching around 6 lakes and 420 acres of olive-trees and green spaces, a few kilometres from the resort of Hammamet. »Les Oliviers« is a motivating course for all. The 6th, a par 4 and stroke index 1, is the only hole bordering the motorway. Your tee shot must be long and straight to land at top of the hill, to enable you to see the green. This is protected by a lake, right in front of the green, on the right-hand side. You second shot must be a carry of approx. 150 metres/165 yards. At this hole the slightest mistake is severely punished. The 9th, a par 5, is played against the prevailing wind and and you certainly cannot afford to relax here. The 10th, a par 5 again, and a double dogleg to the right is bordered by out-of-bounds on both sides. 250 metres/275 yards from the back tees there is a bunker just ready to collect any faded balls. It is always possible to hit the green with the second stroke, but watch out! It is protected by bunkers in front and surrounding the green. Although the fairway of the 17th, a par 4, is relatively wide, this hole is always played against the dominant wind. Even if you manage two perfect strokes, it does not automatically mean you will reach the green. You need a very precise approach-shot to play par, but a bogey at this hole is not a bad result. The 18th is completely blind, bordered by out-of bounds on both sides and a dogleg to the right, along with 3 bunkers. The tee shot must be a perfect one in order to reach the centre of the fairway which contains a well-placed bunker ready to catch most short balls or those hit slightly off to the left. Some impressions of the »La Foręt«, a relatively more difficult course which offers a challenge to low-handicappers: The 8th, par 5 - stroke index 1, with an elevated tee and a fairway which allows no margin or error. The surface of the landing area is shielded by rows of trees all along the double dogleg to the left. The hole is only visible from the third shot onwards. The green is protected by three bunkers, making the approach difficult. The 9th is the spectacular end of the front nine. You have to hit the ball more than 220 metres/242 yards over a lake, in order to reach the fairway. As to the green, it is protected to the right by a bunker and by a second lake to the left. There is no respite at this hole. The 10th, a par 4, is a blind right dogleg, protected by a curtain of trees which one must surmount with the tee shot. All missed tee-offs will find themselves automatically penalized. The second stroke is not easy either, as the green is protected by a lateral water hazard on its right and a bunker behind to catch strokes which are too long. At the 15th, a par 3 stroke index 18, you have to carry a ravine of 100 metres/110 yards. All balls hit too short will end up in the ravine. The green is well protected by out-of-bounds to collect all the balls which go too far. The 17th is an extremely difficult par 4. Your tee shot should land in the centre of the fairway which has rough to the left and a lake to the right. With your second shot, you have to cross the right dogleg above the lake in order to try to reach the green which is well-protected by bunkers of 1.50 m/5 feet in depth. A lateral water hazard, hidden when playing the second stroke, nestles just behind the green. The 'executive' course, a par 28 is nothing to do with a Pitch & Putt course. It presents a real school for beginners, and, in particular, an ideal course for golfers wishing to play a good 9 holes in a short space of time. The golf school lies on an area of 37 acres devoted to learning golf and initiation into real course conditions. Tailor-made packages including hotel and golf are available. Courses nearby: Yasmine Golf.

Date Added: Dec 14, 2005    Rating: 3.00    Votes: 37 Visits: 2210

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