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Regions • Crossroads
Jim Lipe designed Alexandria proper’s Audubon Golf Trail entry, OakWing Golf Club. The 18-hole course, located on the former England Air Force Base, is a links-style layout. The undulating greens and rolling fairways are well-maintained year round.
Central Louisiana boasts three unique nine hole golf courses as well. The Golf Club at Timberline Trails in Pineville is home to the area’s First Tee program; LSU of Alexandria operates a beautiful nine-hole golf course, the Oakland Plantation Golf Course, which is nestled among pine and oak trees on campus; and Bringhurst Golf Course is located in the heart of City Park next to the Alexandria Zoo. This course weaves through the surrounding oak
trees and was recently renovated. Most notably, it’s the oldest Par 3 course in the country.
Links on the Bayou rounds out Alexandria’s
great golf offerings. Conveniently located near the Alexandria International Airport, the course is a beautiful and challenging 18-hole Mike Young design. Golf Digest has rated the championship course the number one municipal golf course in Louisiana. Additionally, the full-service facility offers a unique three-hole Par 3 golf course.
The Crossroads region, as the name implies, is a great hub for a Louisiana golf trip. It’s home to three Audubon Golf Trail courses, two of which are at very distinctive golf resorts.
Central Louisiana’s Crossroads region is a unique splice of Louisiana which feels much like the rest of the South. It offers quaint inns, historic hotels and exciting resorts at which to stay for a one-of-a-kind Louisiana golf vacation.


































































































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