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Located in Audubon Park, the Audubon Golf Course is a public golf course in New Orleans. The 18-hole course is a par 62, and has been voted one of the best historic golf courses in Louisiana, being over 100-years old. The Audubon Golf Course takes particular pride in the well manicured course that covers 4220 yards. Golf enthusiasts visiting New Orleans should not miss out on a chance to play the Audubon Golf Course
This golf course is located in New Orleans' popular City Park. The 18-hole course is a Par 72, including water hazards on eight of the holes. The North Course also features 74-stall driving range as well as two grass-hitting areas.
With over 50 years of history under its belt, Lakewood Golf Club is one of the best known in New Orleans. Throughout its history, it has hosted 26 New Orleans Opens and is one of the top golfing destinations in the South. 18 holes are spread over 7002 yards, lined with oak and cypress trees, with the 18th hole having been renovated to include a flame shaped sand trap, a tribute to the New Orleans Firefighters, whose pension fund owns the course.
This public golf course originally opened in 1956 under the name of the Pontchartrain Golf Course. Today, the course has one renovation under its belt and has been renamed to honor the athlete Joseph Bartholomew, the first African-American inducted into the Greater New Orleans Sports Hall of Fame. The 18-hole course has a par 72, double-ended driving range, two practice greens, pro shop and a cafe.
At the Stonebridge Golf Club of New Orleans, golf enthusiasts can play 27 holes of golf with beautiful views. Stonebridge boasts that it has the largest greens in the state, and also makes its way through some bayous and canals, making for interesting water hazards. Stonebridge also offers golf lessons for those trying to perfect their game. When you're through, stop into the lounge for some refreshment.
English Turn Golf and Country Club offers luxurious surroundings and facilities. It has 43,000 square feet of space that will remind you of the grand plantation homes of Louisiana. Surrounded by green lawns and flower gardens, the club features a clubhouse with four double suites and a common area, as well as a fully equipped kitchen. The golf course is a Jack Nicklaus signature championship golf course and home of the annual PGA Tournament in New Orleans. The place also has a swimming pool, tennis court and a gym. All the services provided help you relax and unwind!
This challenging 18-hole golf course offers a championship landscape and lush greens. This PGA quaiity course is generally considered one of the best in the New Orleans area, and even the entire United States, for serious golfers. After you finish your game, head to the TPC Grill for a delicious meal and a drink.
The Cypress Lakes Country Club offers golfers a par 72, 18-hole course that was first opened in 1979. Although Cypress Lakes is a country club with membership, friends of members are welcome as non-members for most events and golfing. When you've finished the course, stop in to the restaurant and bar for some refreshment.