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Louisiana's Audubon Golf Trail
BLACK BEAR
DELHI
Set atop Macon Ridge and winding down through wooded creek bottoms in Northeast Louisiana, Black Bear's 7,200-yard championship layout spans a varied topography. The result is a champi- onship design appealing to golfers of all skill levels. Expansive greens, lush fairways, plus affordable pricing make Black Bear a must play.
CYPRESS BEND
MANY
Cypress Bend Resort, on the Texas-Louisiana border, is situated along the 186,000-acre Toledo Bend Lake. The 18-hole course features 10 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.
GRAY PLANTATION
LAKE CHARLES
Gray Plantation is an artfully landscaped 18-hole, 7,000-yard course designed to challenge the pro and amateur alike. Sixty acres of lakes come into play on 12 holes. Particularly impressive are the club’s four dynamic par 3s, two of which feature island greens. The clubhouse is a raised plantation house surrounded by scenic marshland.
OLDE OAKS
HAUGHTON/SHREVEPORT
Gracing 340 acres of pristine rolling hills near Shreveport is Olde Oaks Golf Club, designed in close collaboration with 2004 PGA Ryder Cup Captain Hal Sutton. A native of the area, Sutton calls his first signature course one of the finest in the region. Sutton’s dream club features 27 challenging holes offering tremendous variety.
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