AUDUBON GOLF TRAIL ADDS THREE COURSES TO LISTLouisiana's golf trail increases to 18 courses with Lake Charles, Carencro, and Plaquemine
Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser announces the addition of three golf courses to the Audubon Golf Trail (AGT). The three courses include Mallard Golf Club in Lake Charles, Farm d’Allie Golf Club in Carencro, and The Island Golf Club in Plaquemine. Established in 2001, the Audubon Golf Trail includes courses designed by David Toms, Robert Trent Jones, Sr., and Pete Dye, providing 18 unique golf offerings in Louisiana.
“Adding three more courses to the Audubon Golf Trail only grows our reputation as a Sportsman’s Paradise,” said Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser. “The public will be pleased to know Audubon Golf Trail members have undergone a rigorous screening process to ensure first-class courses with high standards of customer service and top quality maintenance.”
Mallard Golf Course in Lake Charles is a Scottish links inspired golf course designed by Jeffery D. Blume. This championship golf course features five sets of tee boxes, elevated greens, and rolling hills. The golf course is surrounded by native areas, with no trees, and will produce a Scottish links experience that will be unique to Louisiana.
Farm d’Allie Golf Club in Carencro is a spectacular 18-hole championship golf course also crafted by Jeffery D. Blume. Comprised of 215 acres, much of the course is situated in what the Acadians called bottomland or Beau Bassin, which was once the river bend of the “Mighty Mississippi.”
The Island Golf Course in Plaquemine is a 160-acre Tif-Eagle golf course that includes nine man-made lakes. This true championship course plays just under 7000 from the professional tees. It is also very golfer friendly with tee placements for the average, senior, and women golfers. The clubhouse overlooks 9 and 18 greens.
Lt. Governor Nungesser added, “Not only can you play several rounds of great golf year-round, but we are connecting our golfing adventures to other popular Louisiana trails that include food, fishing, gaming, craft beers, and music. We put together some multi-day itineraries, but you can combine and customize your adventure in #OnlyLouisiana.”
Visit www.LouisianaGolfTrails.com to view golf itineraries that include Golf & Fishing Trails, Golf & Gaming Trails, Golf & Culinary Trails, Golf & Music Trails, Golf & Craft Brewery Trails, and Golf & Distillery Trails. You can also make online tee times, sign up for our Golf eNewsletter, and request a Louisiana Golf Guide.
The 18 Audubon Golf Trail courses include:
- The Atchafalaya at Idlewild – 400 Cotton Road, Patterson, LA
- The Golf Club at Audubon Park – 6500 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA
- Bayou Oaks at City Park – South Course – 1040 Filmore Avenue, New Orleans, LA
- Black Bear Golf Club – 253 Black Bear Drive, Delhi, LA
- Carter Plantation – 23475 Carter Trace, Springfield, LA
- Copper Mill Golf Club – 2100 Copper Mill Boulevard, Zachary, LA
- Cypress Bend Golf, Spa, and Conference Resort – 2000 Cypress Bend Parkway, Many, LA
- Farm d’ Allie Golf Club – 1235 Beau Bassin Rd, Carencro, LA
- The Island Golf Club – 23550 Myrtle Grove Rd, Plaquemine, LA
- Koasati Pines Golf Club – 300 Koasati Drive, Kinder, LA
- LaTour Golf Club – 300 LaTour Boulevard, Mathews, LA
- Mallard Golf Club – 3470 Morganfield Drive, Lake Charles, LA
- Oak Knoll Country Club – 45246 Country Club Road, Hammond, LA
- OakWing Golf Club – 2345 Vandenburg Drive, Alexandria, LA
- Santa Maria Golf Course – 18460 Santa Maria Parkway, Baton Rouge, LA
- Tamahka Trails Golf Course – 222 Slim Lemoine Road, Marksville, LA
- TPC Louisiana – 11001 Lapalco Boulevard, Avondale, LA
- The Wetlands Golf Course – 2129 N. University Avenue, Lafayette, LA
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