In Louisiana, you could attack the links at the site of an 1812 battlefield or an old plantation. Right here, golf links seem an organic part of the landscape. And forever reason: The golf courses of Louisiana’s Audubon Golf Trail– the impressive collection of 12 first class golf courses, covering all five regions of the state– are all members of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program, which advertises ecologically sound land administration and the preservation of natural deposits.
Established in 2001, the Audubon Golf Path consists of courses created by Hal Sutton, David Toms and Pete Dye. Dye’s most current development, TPC of Louisiana at Fairfield, which opened up in 2004, hosts the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, which is an annual draw for golf’s heavyweights.
And while the Audubon Golf Path offers a fantastic sample of golf in Louisiana, there are numerous other stunning and challenging golf courses statewide. Be sure to stop by.
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