Play the hole down the left-hand side and be sure to play your second shot to the right even if the flag is on the left.
A magnificent estate in the midst of the Médoc vineyards, Château Lagrange reigns over 113 hectares of vines.
Avoid the bunkers on the left from tee-off and carefully gauge the distance on the third shot because the shot is a blind one.
Since 1980, the destiny of this château has been in the hands of Régis Bernaleau. It is through hard work that he has been able to transmit his passion ensuring that this exceptional wine continues to shine by more prestige and elegance.
Keep on the fairway from tee-off and avoid the left of the green on the second shot.
The very famous ‘Pichon-Lalande’, as we call it colloquially, derives from the same domain as ‘Pichon Baron’. Beyond their geographical proximity, they differentiate themselves by their strong personalities.
Get out your biceps and don’t think twice about driving. Settle for a bogey.
Brillette is one of the most esteemed vineyards in the Moulis commune. This Cru Bourgeois occupies some 40 hectares of gravelly terroir.
Château Pontet-Canet’s land can be found at the heart of the Pauillac appellation, to the south of the neighbouring Mouton Rothschild and Armailhac vineyards.
Aim for the left side of the green on the second shot, regardless of where the flag is. Avoid the bunker at the back.
Classified as a Pauillac classic noble, the wine is robust, tannic and surrounded in suppleness with some delicately woody notes after several years of aging.
Play the first shot in front of the fairway bunker. Trust the distance on the second shot.
Château Tour Prignac is one of the largest estates in the Médoc, but its true strength lies in its vineyard, which has been completely redesigned in the continuing quest for quality.
Play the middle of the green. Don’t be afraid of missing.
60 hectares of vineyard crowning a beautiful hilltop. It is surrounded by the châteaux La Tour Carnet, Belgrave and Lagrange.
Get those biceps out again for the drive. Accept a bogey on this long par 4.
The beautiful vineyard of Château Dauzac is situated in Labarde within the Margaux appellation over some 40 hectares of a single plot of deep, gravelly terroir.
Chance to get a good score. Don’t hesitate to play the second shot short to avoid the water obstacle on the right which comes up quickly.
This Cru Bourgeois of the Moulis-en-Médoc appellation is produced from 22 hectares of vines planted since the 1980s over a gravelly Pyrenean soil covering a clay-limestone bedrock.
2 ways to play this one : either short to the left or long to the right but definitely not vice versa !
Spread across 118 hectares of vineyard, the estate has passed through ten generations of landowners since the 17th century, all of whom have strived for the excellence of the wines of Château Lascombes.
Definitely do not miss to the right because the chip/putt will be very complicated.
Property of the Miailhe family since 1859, Château Siran, with its 25 hectares single vineyard of fine gravel admirably exposed, is undoubtedly one of the jewels of the Margaux appellation. Deep and subtle, Siran's wines have a charm and complexity that are further refined during aging.
3rd biceps round for this play ! On the second shot, the left of the green is a no-go ! Better off missing to the right into the bunkers.
Pichon Baron excels in the style of Pauillac and in its value as a great Cabernet in particular. Dominating the Latour vineyard, the 73 hectares of the Pichon Baron domain extend over gravel soils of exceptional quality.
Lay up short of the green on the second shot to leave yourself a generous approach onto a fairly large green.
Appellation : Moulis
Attached to the Moulis appellation, Château Dutruch Grand Poujeaux is positioned on a land favorable to vines cultivation, which brings complexity and great richness to their wines.
For the big hitters, keep left and for the others, keep right. On the second shot, be sure to play onto the right of the green.
Château Mouton Rothschild, of the Pauillac appellation, produces one of the most reputable and prestigious wines of Bordeaux. The estate stands out for the excellence of its wines, as illustrated by its famous Bélier d’Augsbourg. Its 84 hectares of vines are grown on typical terroir.
Biceps out for the last time. On the second, try to play behind the flag to avoid the lower part of the green.
Situated at the heart of a 300-hectare estate, the vineyard of Giscours covers 86 hectares of Margaux appellation and produces a wine with all the elegance of the Grands Crus that derive from this prestigious terroir, as well as a second equally remarkable wine ‘La Sirène de Giscours’.
Align your stroke with the left of the green and bring the ball back onto the green with a fade shot.
Play to the inside left of the 150 marker, beware of the two bunkers on the left that you don’t see from the tee. Play behind the flag on the second shot to avoid the break at the start of the green.
Château Léoville Poyferré was born in 1840, when the daughter of the Marquis de Las Cases married the baron Jean-Marie de Poyferré de Cère. In 1920, the civil society of the Saint-Julien domains, property of the Cuvelier family, took over the domain. Today Didier Cuvelier is in charge.