Located in the middle of a bird sanctuary on a spit of land about 30 kilometres south of Vannes, Golf de Rhuys-Kerver is a delightful seaside course.
Golf de Rhuys-Kerver is a 18 hole golf course designed by . As a well as a wealth of wildlife, including herons and egrets, and splendid sea views, there are plenty of attractive and well-designed holes to enjoy on this very well maintained, 6550-yard challenge, designed by the course architect Olivier Brizon. Comparatively flat and consequently easy to walk, Rhuys-Kerver has an abundance of water hazards obliging golfers on at least one occasion to hit over water off the tee and then clear a pond to reach the green. Although not especially difficult, as is often the case on the coast when the wind gets up, the scores go up as well. An extensive sprinkler system installed in 2004 has certainly helped to keep the fairways in great shape.
18 holes Par 72 to 6 550 yards
Architect: O. Brizon