Subtly integrated among 57 hectares of soft and light moorland, the course of the Rochefort Golf Country Club guarantees to amateurs an incomparable golfing pleasure. 5,709 meters long, this par 71 nestled in the middle of the forest was designed by the British architect Fred Hawtree. Articulated around respect for nature and the pleasure of the golfer, each fairway is surrounded by trees and isolated from the following. The comparison with the best courses in Scotland is all the more clear. The soft briar soil on a bed of permeable sand gives it a permanent pleasure of play all year long.