The Golf d'Arcangues was created in the 1990's by Guy and Jean d'Arcangues on the family property that surrounds the Chateau and the village of Arcangues.
Just ten minutes from Biarritz, the Golf d'Arcangues offers a
nice balance of woodland holes and holes through open country with
beautiful views of the Basque countryside and the Pyrenees.
The 72 par course, designed by the American architect Ronald Fream, spreading over 198 acres of oak trees and meadows around the village and the Chateau, winds away from the clubhouse to the South before curving to the North around the chateau before reappearing from the East to finish on the 18th just below the Clubhouse terrace.
The Golf d'Arcangues clubhouse, a 15th century restored farmhouse perched on a natural summit overlooking the Basque Country, has a large English bar with lounge area, a corner for bridge players and a big open fireplace for the winter. The restaurant is open for lunch and in summer meals and drinks are served on the spacious terrace facing South over the first and tenth tees and the 18th green.