MARLY, par 72 length 6177m (6640yds)

In the pure tradition of Robert Trent Jones Snr, carved bunkers surround the often-raised greens, whose undulations and speed provide a stern test for even the most proficient putters.  Marly, enclosed in a magnificent natural setting, is a technical course demanding excellent shot-making skills.  In the summer months, high natural rough lines the fairways, giving the course a links-style appearance and punishes wayward drives.

The large double green shared by the 6th and 17th holes, evokes memories of St. Andrews.  Covering 26,900 ft2 you may experience putts of up to 165 feet in length. 

The 10th/11th/12th holes make up Joyenval’s equivalent of Amen Corner.  The beautiful par 3 eleventh hole, played from an elevated tee, looks over ancient outbuildings of the estate, plus the imposing lime tree that forms the Club insignia.  The path from the 11th green to the 12th tee winds through the ancient Joyenval Abbey, originally constructed in 1224. 

The signature 18th hole is a strong par 5,  with the clubhouse providing the perfect backdrop. A total of 10 deep bunkers and a two-tiered green provide Marly’s final golfing challenge.insert text

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