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Take a photo tour of one of the great 18-hole short courses in the United States, Audubon Park Golf Course in New Orleans.
The longtime host of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, semi-private English Turn Golf & Country Club, designed by Jack NIcklaus, is a favorite semi-private course to play in Louisiana.
There are two public-accessible courses here that have recently hosted PGA Tour events. Here's why you should play one but not the other.
In this ratings showdown, we take a look at two of New Orleans' top golf courses open to the public and see how they stack up.
Golfers quit because the game is too difficult, takes too long and is too expensive. Facilities like Audubon Park Golf Course in New Orleans are the solution to all three problems. What's more, the course offers excellent conditioning, scenery and charm -- and it proves you can make a short course as enjoyable as a so-called "championship" layout.
It's not too early to start thinking about holiday travel golf. How about New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast over Thanksgiving?
New Orleans Golf CoursesSo many gastronomic treats, so little time. How about this for a perfect day? For breakfast, beignets at Cafe Du Monde. For lunch, a muffuletta at Central Grocery. For dinner, barbecued shrimp at Mr. B's. This doesn't even include the fabulous staples of the area gumbo, jambalaya, steamed crawfish, and shrimp etouffee.With the long-awaited opening of City Park's new Bayou Oaks Course, New Orleans offers enough great golf for a long weekend. Brandon Tucker soaked in all things NOLA in this latest trip report.The New Orleans golf scene is about to get a brand-new golf course, one that might be worthy of the title of "the next Bethpage Black." Check it out here.