French Polynesia has only two golf courses, one in Tahiti and one in Moorea (opened in 2007 and designed by American legend Jack Nicklaus), but it has been hosting an international open for 30 years. Over the 18-hole Tahitian course, the competition brings together 50 professionals and 40 amateurs. If they are not focused on their swings and putts, they are admiring the beauty of the site, a former cotton plantation. The course is nearly six kilometres long, and the competition, approved by the French Golf Federation, is part of the PGA (Professional Golf Association) circuit.
Golf International Olivier Breaud
Allée des Mombins
From the 19th to the 25th of June 2016