About BiloxiGolfing and gaming are a winning hand in the Biloxi area play 18 or 36 holes during the day and hit the casinos at night. You have to be a guest at the Beau Rivage Resort & Casino to play Tom Fazio's 18-hole masterpiece, Fallen Oak Golf Club in nearby Saucier.
Visit the Grand Biloxi Casino Hotel & Spa and play the Grand Bear Golf Course, also in Saucier, although you can stay anywhere and tee it up on the stellar Jack Nicklaus design known for its wide fairways and serene setting.
Shell Landing Golf Club, a Davis Love III design in Gautier, features large greens and plenty of trouble on and around them. The Preserve Golf Club in Van cleave, a Jerry Pate design, may be even tougher. Courses to check out in Biloxi itself include Sunkist Country Club and Dogwood Hills Golf Course.
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