One of the keen golfers who frequently plays at the Le Meilleur Horizons championship course has what he calls 'a theory of golfing capacity'. The theory goes something like this: All golfers have a finite number of rounds of golf which they can play in their lifetime. They don't know what that number is, but it is certainly finite.
It follows that for every time you play on an ordinary golf course, you are wasting an opportunity to play on a great golf course, because it's one less round that you'll be able to play in your lifetime. The answer, according to our golfing philosopher, is to play on great golf courses at every opportunity... which is why we see him at Le Meilleur Horizons so frequently.
As soon as you drive into the resort it's easy to see why. The spectacular 18th hole of the challenging par 72 layout - designed by Graham Marsh and Ross Watson - extends before you. The waters of the lake on the right. Bunkers to the left and at the back. The lush green of the fairway ready to reward a good shot.