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Top Golf Courses in Louisiana
Book a tee time for the Chennault Park Golf Course in Monroe. Hit the links at Frasch Park Golf Course, just southwest of downtown Sulphur. Play a course that has hosted 25 PGA Tour events and that has been played by the likes of Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson at Lakewood Golf Club in southeastern Louisiana.
Play one of the finest executive courses you can find at Northwestern Hills Golf Course, just across from the campus of Northwestern State University. Enjoy the gorgeous views of Alexandria’s landscape while playing a very challenging course at Oak Wing Golf Course.
Golfers of any skill level will find Querbes Park Golf Course to be an enjoyable challenge. Play a beautiful course with wide-open fairways at Warrior Hills Golf Course in Fort Polk. Head to Lafayette and play a course designed by Frank Burandt, one of the elite golf course architects in the business, at Wetlands Golf Course.
Chennault Park Golf Course
Play 18 holes at the Chennault Park Golf Course, a sterling example of golf in Monroe, LA. As you plan your trip through northern Louisiana, call ahead and book a tee time at the Chennault Park Golf Course. A public course of 18 holes, Chennault Park Golf Course is open to the public and renovated in 2009.
Drive in from nearby Delhi or Bastrop and bring your clubs – you won't want to miss out on 18 of the most glorious holes in the area. With the standard USGA rules governing all forms of play, Chennault Park Golf Course is open Tuesday through Sunday, and is operated by the city of Monroe.
Frasch Park Golf Course
A must-see stop in Cajun Country for any golfer, Frasch Park Golf Course is located in the town of Sulphur. Keep your drives low and straight, mind those bunkers, and read the greens – you'll have an exceptional golf experience when you play Frasch Park Golf Course.
Playing to a max length of 6,298 yards from the championship tees at a par of 72, the Frasch Park Golf Course was opened in 1955. Found on Picard Road, just southwest of downtown Sulphur, the course features a slope rating of 126, and is an ideal destination for anyone visiting nearby Lake Charles.
Lakewood Golf Club
One of the premiere golfing destinations in the Big Easy, Lakewood Golf Course is a semi-private course located in the southeast side of New Orleans. Since opening in the early 1960s, Lakewood has hosted over 25 PGA Tour events, with names like Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson earning championship honors.
Today, visitors are invited to book a tee time and try their hand at the 18-hole, 7,002-yard course – recently modernized by award-winning architect Ron Garl. Other amenities include the Lakewood Practice Facilities, full service catering for tournaments, and a 2,500 square foot clubhouse.
Northwestern Hills Golf Course
Reserve a tee time now for the Northwestern Hills Golf Course in Natchitoches, one of the premier courses in all of central Louisiana. Opened in 1981, Northwestern Hills Golf Course is a sterling example of an executive golf course in Louisiana. 18 holes in total, you can play through once for a fun afternoon.
Located just south of Sibley Lake and just across from the campus of Northwestern State University, Northwestern Hills Golf Course is open to the public, is a par 72, and offers standard golf cart rentals to anyone with a valid drivers license.
Oak Wing Golf Course
Head to the Oak Wing Golf Course in Alexandria on your next visit to central Louisiana – it's one of the top area courses. Bring your clubs the next time you visit and check out the Oak Wing Golf Course – neighboring the Alexandria International Airport.
With 18 holes playing to a max length of 7,043 yards, Oak Wing Golf Course features a par 72, a slope rating of 125, and a course rating of 73 – a challenge for most any level of golfer. Enjoy stunning views of the Alexandria landscape and shoot for the course record at the Oak Wing Golf Course in central Louisiana.
Querbes Park Golf Course
Featuring stunning views, rolling fairways, and well maintained greens, Querbes Parks Golf Course is a municipal course located in Shreveport. Querbes' houses 18 holes and 6,207 yards from the back tees, Querbes Park Golf Course is an ideal golf destination for anyone visiting northern Louisiana.
Make the drive in from nearby Minden or Mansfield and book a tee time at Querbes Park Golf Course. As a top golf course in the Shreveport area, Querbes Park yields fun and challenge for golfers at any level. With par of 71, a slope rating of 118, and course rating of 71, experience the fun of northern Louisiana golf at Querbes Park.
Warrior Hills Golf Course
As you explore Fort Polk in central Louisiana, be sure to reserve a tee time at Warrior Hills Golf Course. Drive in from Deridder or Leesville, travel with your clubs, and book a tee time at the Warrior Hills Golf Course – one of the top golf experiences in the area, set near the Kisatchie National Forest in Fort Polk.
Playing to a max length of 6,555 yards across a par 72, the Warrior Hills Golf Course is 18 glorious holes. The course opened in 1949 and has been challenging golfers of all skill levels ever since – featuring wide open fairways of lush Bermuda grass near the Fort Polk Wildlife Management Area.
Wetlands Golf Course
The Wetlands Golf Course proves to be a top choice for any golfer during a trip into Lafayette, one of Cajun Country's best cities – and courses. Mind those bunkers when you tee off across 18 of the most lush and well maintained holes in the area – the Wetlands Golf Course yields stunning area views.
Designed by Frank Burandt, and opened in 2006, the Wetlands Golf Course in Lafayette is par 72, playing to max length of 7,300 yards from the championship tees. Holes two and nine tend to be course favorites – they both offer unparalleled views, along with the challenges that come with water hazards.