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(…) We’ve all learned a lot about Berlin and about architectural theory and history, we’ve been well looked after and feel that a return to Berlin should happen soon.”“It was very refreshing to have a tour presented by an architect for architects.

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If you're looking to put together an itinerary featuring different types of course then this really has to be on your list.

Or, if you're simply seeking a top quality track then Granville ticks that box too.

We look forward to sharing our passion and expertise with you.

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Ref: FGB014Close to Rennes, this course opened in 1992 and is very much in the American style.

Ref: FGN014Located at Bréville, Golf de Granville is a true links and offers sensational views across to the Channel Islands.

Re-seeded over recent years, with refurbished bunkers and celebrating its centenary in 2012, Granville is brimming with heritage and bears many tell-tale signs of the great designer Harry Colt, such as several plateau greens which, combined with the wind, present a real challenge in stopping the ball on the putting surface.

Small, well defended greens mean you have to be on your mettle to score well, especially when the wind blows, which it usually does.

Ref: FGB003With exceptional views along the coast, Pléneuf-Val-André is an outstanding seaside course.

We conduct guided tours for experts and non-experts, hold lectures, publish specialised texts, and organise workshops and symposia.

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