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Original in French. The golf Chantaco at Saint-Jean-de-Luz in the Pyrenees-Atlantiques, was created in 1928 by René Thion of Thatch after winning her. Home of “Lacoste” family, Chantaco Golf Club, located in Saint Jean de Luz, is one of the most famous course of “Cote Basque” in South West. Everything you need to know about Golf De Chantaco in France. This golf club has 1 golf course, 18 holes and based on 49 reviews has an average rating of.

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Our History

In 1928 when the club was founded, with the assistance from the renowned HARRY COLT,
René Thion de la Chaume not only created a magnificent Golf Club, but by doing so he also celebrated the success of his daughter Simone who had earlier won the British Open in 1927.

In 1922 René Thion de la Chaume,an outstanding fencer, visited Saint Jean de Luz for the first time and subsequently La Nivelle golf course. This triggered off his dream of creating a brand new golf course situated at the foot of LA RHUNE mountain, He then bought various small farms with their surrounding land, notably ETCHEVERRIA, URCHABALETA, KANTIA, MOCHOBAITA, COYOENIA and CHANTACENIA which eventually gave the club its name.
The name CHANTACO originates from a transformation of Santiago which in turn is a reminder of the Chemin de Compostelle.

The architecture of the golf course was created by HARRY COLT . The clubhouse was designed by JEAN WALTER and the work was overseen by EMILE PICOT.

The inauguration of the CHANTACO golf course took place on the 1st November 1928, in front of over 300 guests who also had the pleasure of seeing a memorable match between Jean Gassiat, Aubrey, Percy Boomer and Arnaud Massy. Massy was also the first club’s « pro » and incidently the only Frenchman ever to have won a Grand Slam tournament.

Chantaco met with an immediate success and many celebrities joined the club, attracted by the high quality of the golf course and the sporting spirit which was enhanced by the marriage in 1930 between Simone Thion de la Chaume and Rene Lacoste the French tennis champion, who had peviously won at Roland Garros.

The club continued it’s success ranging from exciting golf tournaments to the many famous parties with such celebrities as the Prince of Wales, Charlie Chaplin, Ernest Hemingway and even the Prince Bourbon.

Mrs Rene Lacoste, 13 times French Open champion and 1927 British Open champion, succeeded her father as the president of the Chantaco Golf club, from 1930 onwards.

She had a difficult time during the war to maintain the club’s survival and also in 1945 to ensure that the club continued. Her husband René Lacoste discovered that by organising the planting of over 40 000 trees, this ensured that the golf employees were not sent sent off to Germany to work in their factories. These trees are to be seen all along the different fairways of the club which created a magnificent forest.

During the 50’s and 60’s Chantaco produced some of the finest professional golfers in France, such as Raymond and Jean Garialde, Domique Larretche as well as Bernard Pascassio to name just a few.

Later in 1967, Catherine Lacoste became the first foreigner, plus the only amateur and also the youngest player to have won the US Women’s Open . Which was an incredible feat ! They say at Chantaco that the best scores were made by the ladies !

Catherine Lacoste assisted by her brother François Lacoste suceeded their mother in 1974 and assured the presidency of Chantaco until 2009. She was replaced by Camille Lacoste the niece of of René and Simone until 2013 when she herself was replaced by Veronique Smondack, Catherine’s daughter.
The club has always been managed by a member of the Lacoste family.
Today the new president is Jean Marie Lacoste, the grandson of René Lacoste who has
new and exciting plans for the future of the club.

Chantaco is one of the leading top golf courses in France, and is renowned not only for it’s architecture, for the beauty of the fairways and greens but also for having held such prestigeous events as the French Women’s Open during a 7 year period (2012 to 2017). The new project of transforming and renovating the course and the clubhouse began in 2018.

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Since 1928 many golfers have shared their passion for the game in this historic club set in the heart of the Basque country. The course designed by Harry Colt is a great test for all golfers, requiring accuracy and strategy, and players can enjoy the...

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Chantaco is the most authentic place in the basque country and probably one of the most historical golf club

Not my favorite course in this part of France. The layout is decent and fair to play but the overall course maintenance could be better. It's that kind of course where you struggle to remember the holes after your round, which is never a great sign...

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GOLFING

Biarritz Pays Basque is one of the most beautiful golfing destinations in Europe.

Biarritz Destination Golf it’s 16 unique golf courses within a radius of 100 km for a wide variety of levels and landscapes, and 8 courses on the Atlantic Coast.

8 GOLF COURSES, 8 AMBIENCES

Chantaco golf course, the stuff of legends
This course has been owned by the famous Lacoste family since it was built in 1928. The design, by iconic 1930s golfing personality Harry Colt, is still much appreciated by golfing enthusiasts.

Biarritz Le Phare golf course, the second oldest course in France
This city garden created in 1888 — 100 years after the golf course in Pau — has a compact course that’s pretty demanding in terms of technique.

Bassussarry golf course, a vast area in an oak wood
Architect Rocky Roquemore aimed to highlight the tricky bits so that players could elaborate their strategy at a mere glance. The fifth hole is quite some challenge!

Arcangues golf course, with the Pyrenees as backdrop
This course over rolling hills has three holes where you can enjoy the view of the Château d’Arcangues. The traditional Basque Club House has a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Chiberta golf course, between the pine forests and the ocean
This course —designed in pure British tradition by the famous Tom Simpson in 1927 — lines both the sea and the pine forest. Definitely one of the most beautiful golf courses on the Basque coast. Located 1.5 km from the Chiberta Golf course, the Impératrice 9-hole golf course is ideal for beginners.

La Nivelle golf course, an intense course
The relief and slopes on this 18-hole course require players to be in good physical shape. Efforts are greatly rewarded on the 17th hole with its fantastic view of the Nivelle and Saint-Jean-de-Luz bay. You will love the sporting spirit and friendly atmosphere at the club.

Epherra Golf course, a rustic feel
This rustic course has been divided into two parts. The first nine holes are in the great outdoors, with a mountain backdrop; the next nine by the village of Souraïde, have a cosier feel.

International Centre at the Ilbarritz Golf course, for beginners and more seasoned players
This giant practice course is unique in Europe. It comprises 13 workshops and training posts. There is also a 9-hole course. Whatever your needs or level, there’s a formula for you.

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Golf Course of Chantaco

The golf Chantaco at Saint-Jean-de-Luz in the Pyrenees-Atlantiques, was created in 1928 by René Thion of Thatch after winning her daughter Simone, the year before the British Open in 1927.

Himself fencer, and travel enthusiast, René Thion of Thatch discovered Saint-Jean-de-Luz and golf Nivelle in 1922.

The architect Harry Colt designed the course and the inauguration took place on November 1, 1928. The site is immediately unanimity in the region and personalities like the Prince of Wales, Charlie Chaplin and Ernest Hemingway who appreciate the Basque coast frequent the Chantaco golf course. In 1930, Simone Thion of Thatch who married tennis champion and future industrial inventor of the eponymous brand Rene Lacoste clothing, succeeded his father.

Today, golf is run by the descendants of the Lacoste family.

The 18 holes is along 5395 m (70). At the foot of the Pyrenees, it is dotted with scenic views of this exceptional environment. It is deemed to meet the practitioners of all levels and is particularly suited to specialists combining precision and strategy.

Hole number 12 was revised in 1967 after the victory of Catherine Lacoste in the US Open. This is a par 3 defended by two parts of water. The shape of the upper basin reminiscent of North America and that of the lower basin is inspired by South America.

Also available are a driving range of 28 posts 3 covered, a putting green and two zones of approaches.

Visitors Price: from 58 to 79 depending on the season.

Information and reservations +33 5 59 26 14 22.

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Lacoste story: from Chantaco golf course to crocodile

1927: the Mousquetaires saga begins. That year, the best tennis player in the world, René Lacoste, won the first French Davis Cup with his compatriots Brugnon, Borotra and Cochet. The one we already nicknamed the "Crocodile" also won the Internationals of France and the United States.

To better withstand the heat on the courts, René Lacoste decided shortly after to make his own shirts. And already sports a reproduction of a crocodile on his blazers, designed by his friend René George. In 1933, the legendary Lacoste polo shirt, the “L1212”, was born in pique jersey and pearly buttons. For the first time in the history of fashion, a logo adorns a marketed garment. The first advertising posters extolling the merits of the Lacoste shirt (1933) read: “For tennis, golf, the beach…”.

1927: Simone Thion de la Chaume, 18, becomes the first tricolor golfer to win the British Ladies, the most prestigious event on the international women's calendar. Meanwhile, in the Basque Country, his father, René Thion de la Chaume fulfills an old dream: to create his own golf club. Having acquired several agricultural land, he entrusted the renowned British architect Harry S. Colt with the task of drawing him a championship course in the ancient forest of Fagosse, near Saint-Jean-de-Luz, at the foot of the Rhune.

Interviews conducted during the French Open 2013

Massy, ​​Garaialde father and son, Pascassio On November 1, 1928, the famous Arnaud Massy - the only French winner of the British Open in 1907 - inaugurated the Chantaco course with the Boomer brothers (Aubrey and Percy) and Jean Gassiat. Massy will officiate two years as a professional at Chantaco, and will hire Raymond Garaialde (Jean's father) at his side. His difficult character having apparently closed several club doors to him, Arnaud Massy accepts the drastic conditions imposed by Chantaco: receiving no salary from the club, the price of his lessons cannot exceed fifty francs, and he does not have the right to give orders to other pros or manage the store ...

From 1930, the year of her union with René Lacoste, Simone Thion de la Chaume presided over the destinies of Chantaco and innovated by opening free access to the field for young Basque cadets. The club quickly became a breeding ground for young hopefuls and will offer French golf some of its most renowned champions: Jean Garaialde, Bernard Pascassio, Michel Tapia or Sandrine Mendiburu.

From "Crocodile Kid" to "Grande Catherine"

Catherine Lacoste US Open 1967 - Photo: DR Lacoste archives

Catherine Lacoste US Open 1967 - Photo: DR Lacoste archives

Despite her victory at the World Championships on the fairways of Saint-Germain in 1964, it was in June 1967, exactly forty years after the exploits of her parents, that Catherine Lacoste really made a name for herself by dominating the best professional players in the world. at the American Women's Open, held in Hot Springs (Virginia). The news is like a bombshell in the world of golf.

"Crocodile Kid", a nickname by which Catherine Lacoste was decked out across the Atlantic, "made the front page" of Figaro and the cover of the monthly Golf World. In 1969, "Crocodile Kid" gave way to "the great Catherine" who fulfilled the dream of her life by inscribing, like her mother, her name on the British Ladies' trophy at the Royal Portrush (Northern Ireland). Two months later, she won again in the United States, this time during the American amateur championship, in Texas, thus completing a female slam (US Open-US Amateur-British Ladies) only realized before her by Louise Suggs and the amazing Babe Zaharias.

Catherine Lacoste has always said that she finally started to exist by herself the day after her victory at the American Open. For proof this anecdote that loved to tell his father Crocodile: on his arrival in New York, a few days before the US Open, a customs officer asked Catherine if she was the daughter of the former tennis champion. The following year, when René Lacoste accompanied his daughter to the United States, he was surprised to hear an immigration official ask him if he was the father of the golf champion.

Continuing the work of her mother, Catherine Lacoste chaired the Chantaco club for thirty-five years (1974-2009). Today another Lacoste, Camille, his niece, succeeded him. In view of its abundant history, it was quite logical that Chantaco, the cradle of the Lacoste family, will receive the 25th Women's French Open this fall. The Basque club thus once again confirms its status as a stronghold for French golf.

The cradle of French professional golf

One of the oldest courses in France, the Chantaco golf course received the French Open (men's) in 1970. Since its inauguration by Arnaud Massy in 1928, the Chantaco golf course has never ceased to welcome on its fairways the elite of enthusiasts of this sport, like the Prince of Wales, Charlie Chaplin, Ernest Hemingway… Encouraged by René Lacoste, more than 100 cadets and young people of the club have become professionals since its creation, providing French golf most of its renowned teachers and champions.

Hole N ° 3 - par 3 - 145 m. - Cut in a hedge of trees, this par 3 uphill is not difficult for its length but for the difficulty of its green on a left / right slope.

Hole N ° 3 - par 3 - 145 m. - Cut in a hedge of trees, this uphill par 3 is not difficult for its length but for the difficulty of its green sloping left / right.

At the foot of the Rhune

Patinated by eighty years of history, the Chantaco golf course offers breathtaking views of the Rhune, the mythical summit of the Atlantic Pyrenees. 5833 meters long for a par 70, this course designed in 1928 by Harry S. Collt is renowned for being technical and for the difficulty of its often sloping greens.

Directed by Stéphane Kerjean, and chaired by Véronique Smondack, daughter of Catherine Lacoste, Chantaco golf has always cultivated a sporting and family spirit that makes it all its charm. A charm that extends over the course which offers a slightly hilly walk in the middle of a wide variety of trees, including maritime pines and umbrella pines, but also cedars and several species of oak. The return, located in the plain, includes some water obstacles. An impression of nature and sweetness of life reigns there as do not fail to appreciate all the members and visitors who have the privilege of playing there or crossing its French gardens facing the entrance of the clubhouse .

A sporty and family spirit

Rather short, the Chantaco course is ill-suited to big hitters, it requires precision both in putting into play and around the greens. "It's an ideal course for women" comments its director. It is in any case an opinion shared by the players of the Lacoste Ladies Open of France who unanimously appreciated the technicality of its layout as well as the fervor of the public and the atmosphere of the club.

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Golf de Chantaco - 4 stars

The Chantaco Golf****, 18 holes is a 5833 meter par 70 course open since 1928 in Saint-Jean-de-Luz, 64 - Pyrénées Atlantiques. Created by René Thion de la Chaume and designed by the English architect Harry Colt.

Divided into two parts, a first hilly in the middle of the forest and then a flatter second crossed by some water obstacles, it remains within the reach of all players.

The golf course is located at the foot of the Rhune, in an exceptional setting dear to the heart of the Basque people with a very varied course that takes place in a remarkable wooded area made up of many species of trees. The outward journey is slightly hilly and the return is embellished with bodies of water, which allows you to exercise all your talents, from long play to precision play.

Big names in French professional golf come from Chantaco such as Raymond and Jean Garaialde, Dominique Larretche or even Bernard Pascassio to name just a few.

The quality of the course did not fail to attract the interest of the organizers of the Women's French Open that Chantaco hosted for 7 years (2012 to 2017) and that he aims to welcome again at the end of the work.

Golf has always been run by a member of the Lacoste family. Now at its head, Jean-Marie Lacoste has decided to open it up to new horizons.

Jean-Marie Lacoste aims to position Chantaco among the best French golf courses, open to all, and to make it the obligatory passage of the Basque Country, as in the days of his grandparents.

The end of 2020 will mark the end of a major renovation plan for this exceptional course, which marks its return to the "top" of legendary French golf courses.

The investment plan of 4 million euros has been mobilized with the aim of promoting play whatever the season and increasing the quality of the course. A plan has been designed which provides for improving the drainage of the fairways, resizing some greens, improving the comfort of departures and installing paths for the carts ; without forgetting the renovation of the remarkable club house by enhancing its Art Deco architecture from the 1930s.


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Golf de Chantaco - 4 stars

The Chantaco Golf****, 18 holes is a 5833 meter par 70 course open since 1928 in Saint-Jean-de-Luz, 64 - Pyrénées Atlantiques. Created by René Thion de la Chaume and designed by the English architect Harry Colt.

Divided into two parts, a first hilly in the middle of the forest and then a flatter second crossed by some water obstacles, it remains within the reach of all players.

The golf course is located at the foot of the Rhune, in an exceptional setting dear to the heart of the Basque people with a very varied course that takes place in a remarkable wooded area made up of many species of trees. The outward journey is slightly hilly and the return is embellished with bodies of water, which allows you to exercise all your talents, from long play to precision play.

Big names in French professional golf come from Chantaco such as Raymond and Jean Garaialde, Dominique Larretche or even Bernard Pascassio to name just a few.

The quality of chantaco golf club france course did not fail to attract the interest of the organizers of the Women's French Open that Chantaco hosted for 7 years (2012 to 2017) and that he aims to welcome again at the end of the work.

Golf has always been run by a member of the Lacoste family. Now at its head, Jean-Marie Lacoste has decided to open it up to new horizons.

Jean-Marie Lacoste aims to position Chantaco among the best French golf courses, chantaco golf club france, open to all, chantaco golf club france, and to make it the obligatory passage of the Basque Country, as in the days of his grandparents.

The end of 2020 will mark the end of a major renovation plan for this exceptional course, which marks its return to the "top" of legendary French golf courses.

The investment plan of 4 million euros has been mobilized chantaco golf club france the aim of promoting play whatever the season and increasing the quality of the course. A plan has been designed which provides for improving the drainage of the fairways, resizing some greens, improving the comfort of departures and installing paths for the carts ; without forgetting the renovation of the remarkable club house by enhancing its Art Deco architecture from the 1930s.


Take to the skies and discover the course in video !
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GOLFING

Biarritz Pays Basque is one of the most beautiful golfing destinations in Europe.

Biarritz Destination Golf it’s 16 unique golf courses within a radius of 100 km for a wide variety of levels and landscapes, and 8 courses on the Atlantic Coast.

8 GOLF COURSES, 8 AMBIENCES

Chantaco golf course, the stuff of legends
This course has been owned by the famous Lacoste family since it was built in 1928. The design, by iconic 1930s golfing personality Harry Colt, is still much appreciated by golfing enthusiasts.

Biarritz Le Phare golf course, the second oldest course in France
This city garden created in 1888 — 100 years after the golf course in Pau — has a compact course that’s pretty demanding in terms of technique.

Bassussarry golf course, a vast area in an oak wood
Architect Rocky Roquemore aimed to highlight the tricky bits so that players could elaborate their strategy at a mere glance. The fifth hole is quite some challenge!

Arcangues horween football leather course, with the Pyrenees as backdrop
This course over rolling hills has three holes where you can enjoy the view of the Château d’Arcangues. The traditional Basque Club House has a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Chiberta golf course, between the pine forests and the ocean
This course —designed in pure British tradition by the famous Tom Simpson in 1927 — lines both the sea and the pine forest. Definitely one of the most beautiful golf courses on the Basque coast. Located 1.5 km from the Chiberta Golf course, chantaco golf club france Impératrice 9-hole golf course is ideal for beginners.

La Nivelle golf athlon pro football 2019, an intense course
The relief and slopes on this 18-hole course require players to be in good physical shape. Efforts are greatly chantaco golf club france on the 17th hole with its fantastic view of the Nivelle and Saint-Jean-de-Luz bay. You will love chantaco golf club france sporting spirit and friendly atmosphere at the club.

Epherra Chantaco golf club france course, a rustic feel
This rustic course has been divided into two parts. The first nine holes are in the great outdoors, with a mountain backdrop; the next nine by the village of Souraïde, have a cosier feel.

International Centre at the Ilbarritz Golf course, for beginners and more seasoned players
This giant practice course is unique in Europe. It comprises 13 workshops and training posts. There is also a 9-hole course. Whatever your needs or level, there’s a formula for you.

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

Golf Course of Chantaco

The golf Chantaco at Saint-Jean-de-Luz in the Pyrenees-Atlantiques, was created in 1928 by René Thion of Thatch after winning her daughter Simone, the year before the British Open in 1927.

Himself fencer, and travel enthusiast, René Thion of Thatch discovered Saint-Jean-de-Luz and golf Nivelle in 1922.

The architect Harry Colt designed the course and the inauguration took place on November 1, 1928. The site is immediately unanimity in the region and personalities like the Prince of Wales, Charlie Chaplin and Ernest Hemingway who appreciate the Basque coast frequent the Chantaco golf course. In 1930, Simone Thion of Thatch who married tennis champion and future industrial inventor of the eponymous brand Rene Lacoste clothing, succeeded his father.

Today, golf is run by the descendants of the Lacoste family.

The 18 holes is along 5395 m (70). At the foot of the Pyrenees, it is dotted with scenic views of this exceptional environment, chantaco golf club france. It is deemed to meet the practitioners of all levels and is particularly suited to specialists combining precision and strategy.

Hole number 12 was revised in 1967 after the victory of Catherine Lacoste in the US Open. This is a par 3 defended by two parts of water. The shape of the upper basin reminiscent of North America and that of the lower basin is inspired by South America.

Also available are a driving range of 28 posts 3 covered, a putting green and two zones of approaches.

Visitors Price: from 58 to 79 depending on the season.

Information and reservations +33 5 59 26 14 22.

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Since 1928 many golfers have shared their passion for the game in this historic club set in the heart of the Basque country. The course designed by Harry Colt is a great test for all golfers, requiring accuracy and strategy, and players can enjoy the.

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Chantaco is the most authentic place in the basque country and probably one of the most historical golf club

Not my favorite course in this part of France. The layout is decent and fair to play but the overall course maintenance could be better. It's that kind of course where you struggle to remember the holes after your round, which is never a great sign.

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Our History

In 1928 when the club was founded, chantaco golf club france, with the assistance from the renowned HARRY COLT,
René Thion de la Chaume not only created a magnificent Golf Club, but by doing so he also celebrated the success of his daughter Simone who had earlier won the British Open in 1927.

In 1922 René Thion de la Chaume,an outstanding fencer, visited Saint Jean de Luz for the first time and subsequently La Nivelle golf course. This triggered off his dream of creating a brand new golf course situated at the foot of LA RHUNE mountain, He then bought various small farms with their surrounding land, notably ETCHEVERRIA, URCHABALETA, KANTIA, MOCHOBAITA, COYOENIA and CHANTACENIA which eventually gave the club its name.
The name CHANTACO originates from a transformation of Santiago which in turn is a reminder of the Chemin de Compostelle.

The architecture of the golf course was created by HARRY COLT. The clubhouse was designed by JEAN WALTER and the work was overseen by EMILE PICOT.

The inauguration of the CHANTACO golf course took place on the 1st November 1928, in front of over 300 guests who also had the pleasure of seeing a memorable match between Jean Gassiat, Aubrey, Percy Boomer and Arnaud Massy. Massy was also the first club’s « pro » and incidently the only Frenchman ever to have won a Grand Slam tournament.

Chantaco met with an immediate success and many celebrities joined the club, attracted by the high quality of the golf course and the sporting spirit which was enhanced by the marriage in 1930 between Simone Thion de la Chaume and Rene Lacoste the French tennis champion, who had peviously won at Roland Garros.

The club continued it’s success ranging from exciting golf tournaments to the many famous parties with such celebrities as the Prince of Baseball covered strawberries, Charlie Chaplin, Ernest Hemingway and even the Prince Bourbon.

Mrs Rene Lacoste, chantaco golf club france, 13 times French Open champion and 1927 British Open champion, succeeded her surfs up geronimo quiz as the president of the Chantaco Golf club, from 1930 onwards.

She had a difficult time during the war to maintain the club’s survival and also in 1945 to ensure that the club continued. Her husband René Lacoste discovered that by organising the planting of over 40 000 trees, this ensured that the golf employees were not sent sent off to Germany to work in their factories. These trees are to be seen all along the different fairways of the club which created a magnificent forest.

During the 50’s and 60’s Chantaco produced some of the finest professional golfers in France, such as Raymond and Jean Garialde, Domique Larretche as well as Bernard Pascassio to name just a few.

Later in 1967, Catherine Lacoste became the first foreigner, plus the only amateur and also the youngest player to have won the US Women’s Open. Which was an incredible feat ! They say at Chantaco that the best scores were made by the ladies !

Catherine Lacoste assisted by her brother François Lacoste suceeded their mother in 1974 and assured the presidency of Chantaco until 2009. She was replaced by Camille Lacoste the niece of of René and Simone until 2013 when she herself was replaced by Veronique Smondack, chantaco golf club france, Catherine’s daughter.
The club has always been managed by a member of the Lacoste family.
Today the new president is Jean Marie Lacoste, the grandson of René Lacoste who has
new and exciting plans for the future of the club.

Chantaco is one of the leading top golf courses in France, and is renowned not only for it’s architecture, for chantaco golf club france beauty of the fairways and greens but also for having held such prestigeous events as the French Women’s Open during a 7 year period (2012 to 2017). The new project of transforming and renovating the course and the clubhouse began in 2018.

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2 comments

  1. not that easy. by the last two rows being backwards i think it is a clue to arrange those words backwards to say

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