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Golf de Roquebrune joins Resonance Golf Collection

9.08am 5th May 2022 - Courses

Resonance Golf Collection has announced the addition of Golf de Roquebrune in Provence to its portfolio of 40 golf courses in Europe that are renowned for their design, setting and course conditioning.

Located in the heart of the Provence wine region, at the foothills of the Massif des Maures, between Cannes and Saint-Tropez, Golf de Roquebrune was bought in 2007 by the Delli-Zotti family. It facilities include an 18-hole course, a golf academy, a boutique spa hotel and a restaurant.

Resonance Golf Collection, which was recently rebranded from Open Golf Club, was entrusted with the management of the club based on its strong business values – excellence, authenticity and sustainability – as well as its strategic approach and commitment to continue the development of the course for both local golfers and tourists.

“We want to reaffirm the reputation of Golf de Roquebrune as one of the most important courses and destinations in the south of France,” commented Laurent Boissonnas, Managing Director of Resonance Golf Collection. “This remarkable venue will allow us to strengthen our activities in Provence and offer a new destination in the region to our clients.”

Several of the collection’s golf courses are located nearby, including Golf d’Opio-Valbonne and Golf de la Grande Bastide.

Mr Delli-Zotti, owner of Golf de Roquebrune (left) with Laurent Boissonnas, Managing Director of Resonance Golf Collection

Boissonnas added: “As we embark on a new chapter at Golf de Roquebrune, our focus centres on providing the next level of service and experience to French and foreigner golfers alike, as well as helping make the region shine as a must-visit golf destination.”


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