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TPC Louisiana on the Audubon Golf Trail
Only in Louisiana can you experience the courses of Arnold Palmer, Hal Sutton, David Toms, Robert Trent Jones, Sr., Pete Dye, and the most magnificent designer of all, Mother Nature. As home to the Audubon Golf Trail, Louisiana
is more than great food, festivals and music - it's great golf too.
Louisiana’s Audubon Golf Trail offers a truly unique golfing experience. Trail members have undergone a rigorous screening process to ensure a compilation of 15 first class courses with high standards of customer service and top quality maintenance. The Audubon Golf Trail was named for naturalist/artist John James Audubon who, enchanted by the natural beauty of Louisiana, painted a number of his famous bird studies here. And, many courses on the Trail are members of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary for Golf Courses.
The Trail begins in North Louisiana with Louisiana State Park’s only golf course, Black Bear. It’s located off I-20 east of Monroe and offers both
a 17-room lodge and state park cabins for on-site lodging. Also in North Louisiana are 27 holes at Olde Oaks near Shreveport. The layout is former Ryder Cup Captain and local native Hal Sutton’s first signature design.
Heading south, Cypress Bend Resort on the Texas-Louisiana border sits on the bluffs above Toledo Bend Lake. The resort offers an 18-hole course, accommodations, delectable dining and spa facilities. The Paragon Casino Resort, in Marksville, boasts the 18-hole Tamahka Trails course, table games, slots, poker, hotel and a spa. OakWing Golf Club, located at England Air Force Base in Alexandria, is one of the original
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