Featured Louisiana Golf Courses
Below are this Month's Featured Louisiana Golf Courses. View All Golf Courses
OakWing Golf Club, which opened in September 2002, offers a unique Jim Lipe design interwoven throughout its beautiful England Air Force Base location. This 7,043-yard, links-style course blends the natural beauty of Louisiana bayous, lakes and towering treelined fairways with the challenge of rolling hills and undulating greens. This is truly a course for all skill levels.
The Wetlands accommodates all levels of players with five tees ranging from 7,300 yards at the longest and just over 5,000 yards at the shortest. The TifDwarf© greens are smooth rolling, providing a test for every golfer. Wind is a factor on this golf course's #9 and #18 holes, which feature a double green that ends at the clubhouse for dramatic finishes.
You'll experience the magic the moment you set foot on Cypress Bend, a jewel on the Texas-Louisiana border. The 186,000-acre Toledo Bend Lake was already legendary for bass fishing - now it's famous for golf as well. The 18-hole course features ten holes along the water and six with shots across hidden coves and inlets. Surrounding hardwood forests, undulating greens and dramatic elevation changes add to Cypress Bend's challenge and beauty.
The Korn Ferry Tour has announced a partnership with the Lake Charles/SWLA Convention and Visitors Bureau to bring a new tournament to the Tour's annual schedule starting in 2020. The Lake Charles Championship will debut at The Country Club at the Golden Nugget in Lake Charles, Louisiana, the week of March 23-29, 2020, with 156 players competing for a $600,000 purse.
Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. and listed on the prestigious Audubon Trail, Santa Maria Golf Course is built on 150 acres of rolling terrain, featuring 18 lakes and two natural waterways. This is the perfect memorable setting to test your golf skills, complete with sand bunkers, exquisite Bermuda fairways and mature oaks.
Unique, public 7,077 yard, par-71 championship Tom Fazio designed course. Natural vegetation lines 8 lakes to challenge golfers of all skill levels. Names "Best Course" and "Best Secret" by Texas Golfer magazine; "most notable debut and most worthy designs" by Travel+Leisure Golf magazine; "2011, 2012 & 2013 Best Places to Play in Louisiana," "Best Casino Course of 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013, 2014" by Golfweek magazine.
"Golf Louisiana Style" is more than just playing golf on our award-winning, challenging courses and staying in our luxurious golf resorts, it's about all the other adventures that make Louisiana a special place to visit. Rather than having to research the best vacation ideas and things to do during your golf trip to Louisiana, we've done the heavy lifting for you and created a variety of itineraries that combine your shared passions, whether that includes fishing, gaming, food, craft beers or music.
If you've ever wanted to golf right alongside an alligator, you won't have to try too hard in Lake Charles/Southwest Louisiana. Southwest Louisiana's semitropical climate provides lush scenery as the picturesque backdrop on five area golf courses. Each course was designed to preserve the authenticity of the area as well as provide an unforgettable golfing experience. In keeping with Cajun tradition, a friendly atmosphere encompasses the challenging golf found on our courses.
Southwest Louisiana is casino gaming, the great outdoors, culinary delights, plus rhythm and blues that make a visit to Southwest Louisiana exciting. It's good company and quiet reflections, historical sites and rich surroundings. For more information on the Tom Fazio championship course, Louisiana's Audubon Golf Trail course and the others, check us out.