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Regions • Greater New Orleans
New Orleans French Quarter
under the guidance of Denis Griffiths, a past president of the American Society of Golf Course Architects. Even though it’s a Par 62, the layout rolls beside majestic oaks, encounters many water hazards and boasts booming Par 5s, intricate
Par 4s and certainly some unique Par 3s. It’s definitely worth the trip Uptown for a quick, yet challenging round of Big Easy golf.
Finally, the beloved Bayou Oaks at City Park in New Orleans is getting back to its pre-Katrina glory. The North Course, open since 2009, offers a challenging, yet fun round for all levels of golfers. Water comes into play on eight of the holes and adds to the challenge. The much-anticipated South Course opened in 2017. It’s a Rees Jones design and winds among lagoons and century-old oaks. The well-contoured layout has water on 13 holes.
All of these courses have put the spotlight on New Orleans, and Louisiana as a whole, as an exciting golf destination for groups to consider.
Greater New Orleans beckons visitors to experience all that the region has to o er - from exciting nightlife, river cruises and historic sites to creative cuisine, unique watering holes and craft breweries.
make your getaway a hole in one
St. Tammany Parish - Louisiana’s Northshore - is only 45 minutes from New Orleans and home to historic districts & sophisticated Southern charm. Our stunning courses were designed to give even the most skilled golfers a challenge. During your visit, shop for antiques and original art, explore nature, and eat very well.
Visit our website for travel ideas.
louisiana’s northshore

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