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La Tempête Golf Club
The first 18-hole golf course of international calibre in Québec city's metropolitan area

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Golf course Hole #1 Hole #2 Hole #3 Hole #4 Hole #5 Hole #6 Hole #7 Hole #8 Hole #9 Hole #10 Hole #11 Hole #12 Hole #13 Hole #14 Hole #15 Hole #16 Hole #17 Hole #18
 
Hole #1
Hole #1
Hole #1
Hole #1 Photo

Your round at La Tempête Golf Course begins in the stadium sector. This setting is the only one of its kind in Québec. This par 4 may seem fairly safe, but a tee shot too far to the left may land you in the sand trap and make things a little tricky. The green is well-protected by 2 sand traps, the one on the right being particularly deep.

 
Hole #2
Hole #2
Hole #2
Hole #2 Photo

Hole #2 is a par 4 where a strong head wind can be quite a challenge. Don’t be fooled by the nice wide fairway. If your tee shot lands too far to the right, the sand traps that protect the large green will make your second shot more difficult. Take extra care with your approach shot, since the green is slightly sloped.

 
Hole #3
Hole #3
Hole #3
Hole #3 Photo

Your first par 5 on the course does not hold any surprises. This hole requires a tee shot right of centre of the fairway to avoid the creek that parallels the left side. Hit your second shot very carefully to avoid the tall grass. Your approach will be toward a very deep, narrow and undulating green.

 
Hole #4
Hole #4
Hole #4
Hole #4 Photo

The shortest par 4 of the entire course is filled with temptations. A lovely pond lies to your left between you and a very inviting green. Long hitters who like to take risks may be tempted to hit their tee shot directly over the pond. The right wind may provide you with the best conditions to land on the green. Play-it-safers may prefer to aim for the fairway and avoid the pond. However, you will have to contend with a huge sand trap along the tricky green.

 
Hole #5
Hole #5
Hole #5
Hole #5 Photo

The first par 3 is the only hole without a sand trap. A tee shot too far left or right could spell trouble. Mounds hide some portions of the green. A flag at the rear signals the cup’s location on a particularly steep slope.

 
Hole #6
Hole #6
Hole #6
Hole #6 Photo

The warm-up shots take you to the hole that introduces the course’s wooded sector. You will have to deal with the stream on three separate occasions! You must avoid it at all costs with your tee shot, and take extra care with your approach shot. This hole has given our golfers countless headaches over the years. Good luck!

 
Hole #7
Hole #7
Hole #7
Hole #7 Photo

During the 2009 Telus World Skins game, Fred Couples tackled this 242-yard par 3 with a 2 iron and hit his approach shot 6 feet from the hole and took it with a birdie. The green is large and sloped, which requires a powerful tee shot. The sand trap on the right is to be avoided.

 
Hole #8
Hole #8
Hole #8
Hole #8 Photo

Back in the stadium sector, a superb fairway guarded by a large pond on the left awaits you. A tee shot left of centre is best. To reach the multi-tiered green, you will want to add a “club” to compensate for the wind and height of the green.

 
Hole #9
Hole #9
Hole #9
Hole #9 Photo

We finish off the first 9 holes with a par 5 worthy of the Scotland’s most beautiful links. If you can dodge the deep sand traps with your tee shot, your par 5 will be much easier. However, beware the sheer size of this three-tiered green.

 
Hole #10
Hole #10
Hole #10
Hole #10 Photo

Get ready to face one of your round’s biggest challenges: a 500-yard par 4, with a spectacular pond that parallels the entire hole on the right, a prevailing head wind and a raised green. Your best shots of the day may get you on par.

 
Hole #11
Hole #11
Hole #11
Hole #11 Photo

This rather intimidating par 3 is protected by a huge body of water and sand. Pay extra attention to the prevailing winds, since it is hard to feel it on the teeing ground. Club choice is key here. The green is very uneven and can be very difficult to deal with.

 
Hole #12
Hole #12
Hole #12
Hole #12 Photo

Back to the wooded sector. Hundred-year-old pine trees create a mythical backdrop. This is probably the most beautiful par 5 in all of Québec! Spread out over some 600 yards, it features a huge hilly fairway that leads you to a well-protected green. The closer the flag is placed to the left on the green, the more your approach will be complicated by the deep sand traps and great white pines.

 
Hole #13
Hole #13
Hole #13
Hole #13 Photo

Things are not what they appear to be! The approach to the green seems easy! The fairway is sloped downward, which deserves some serious thought before selecting a club for your tee shot. Take an extra club for your approach shot and thank us later! The green is deep and can easily be taken in 2 shots. Make sure your second shot doesn’t stray too far to the left, since many obstacles can turn this relatively easy hole into a nightmare.

 
Hole #14
Hole #14
Hole #14
Hole #14 Photo

Geoff Ogilvy won the 2009 Telus World Skins game on this par 5. How did he do it? He decided to hit his tee shot right of centre of the fairway to avoid the creek that runs along the left side. Risk takers can hit left of centre, and may be rewarded with the green in 2. The approach to the green is difficult since it is perpendicular to the fairway, which makes it a smaller target. It is also protected by a huge sand trap, which considerably reduces your margin of error.

 
Hole #15
Hole #15
Hole #15
Hole #15 Photo

This par 3 is the most conventional of the entire course. However, make sure you hit your tee shot towards the left to avoid the fairly deep sand trap on your right.

 
Hole #16
Hole #16
Hole #16
Hole #16 Photo

This final par 4 is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Your first challenge is to make sure your tee shot doesn’t land in the sand traps. You then have to contend with a long second shot for your approach. Your final obstacle is a green so difficult to read your ball will hardly sit still. Settle for par and escape to the next hole!

 
Hole #17
Hole #17
Hole #17
Hole #17 Photo

Back to the stadium sector. This hole is absolutely fantastic! A short par 3 with a breathtaking view of the lake and clubhouse. A short iron will take you to the green protected by the lake and a sand trap. The green is a little tricky and could make your birdie or par a bit more of a challenge.

 
Hole #18
Hole #18
Hole #18
Hole #18 Photo

Your round ends with a spectacular view you are not soon to forget. The final hole is a par 5 that can be made in 2 with a second shot that must fly a great distance over the lake. Don’t let the view distract you into the sand traps. A birdie to end your day? Why not? You just might make it!

Photos souvenirs
Champion tour Québec 2014 &
Telus World Skin 2009
Photos souvenirs Telus World Skin 2009

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