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courses on Louisiana’s golf trail.
And in the southwest corner of the state, Gray
Plantation is Lake Charles’ Audubon Golf Trail offering. Moving east along I-10, is Lafayette’s trail site, The Wetlands. The course showcases the bayou region’s wetland areas. The
Atchafalaya at Idlewild along U.S. Highway 90 is located southeast of there, deep in Cajun Country.
Greater Baton Rouge has become
golf central for Louisiana, with five Audubon
Golf Trail courses located within 45 minutes of the capital city. Santa Maria is Baton Rouge’s home course and was designed by the world-renowned Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Copper Mill is in the suburb of Zachary north of the airport. The Bluffs on Thompson Creek is located in the historic town of St. Francisville. The Island, is an 18-hole course
10 minutes southwest of the capital in the charming and quaint community of Plaquemine. And just east
of Baton Rouge in Springfield is Louisiana native, David Toms’ first design, Carter Plantation.
Louisiana’s most visited city, New Orleans, is home to the historic Golf Club at Audubon Park. And on the west bank of the Mississippi River, just
outside New Orleans, is the TPC Louisiana. Pete Dye designed the course, which annually hosts the
PGA TOUR'S Zurich Classic. 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.
Take a tour of the 15 unique, hand-picked Audubon Golf Trail courses on the next few pages, and when you’re ready to challenge the Trail, check out our custom golf packages at AudubonGolf.com.
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