Coushatta Casino Resort
About Coushatta Casino ResortCoushatta Casino Resort is located in Kinder, Louisiana near the golf and gaming destination of Lake Charles near the Louisiana-Texas border. This property, home to the largest casino in the state with live table games and poker, and is home to an 18-hole golf course, Koasati Pines, and three different lodging units. The Grand Hotel is an adults-only hotel connected to the gaming floor. It has spacious and quiet guest rooms and suites. The Seven Clans hotel is a non-smoking hotel also connected to the casino. Additionally, there are chalets and and RV park onsite. The golf course was a Golf Advisor Golfers' Choice 2020 selection and is a par-72 championship facility featuring live oaks and pines, as well as a 19th hole par 3.
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what an absolute diamond,, great course, I'm from Florida and we have a lot of good courses, but you won't find many courses in this good of shape, Koasati pines is a 5 star plus
You want regret!
Everything is great... there is nothing else to say!
Emaculate fairways, and pristine greens. Very challenging at 7600 from the tips. Beautiful course. Serene, and peaceful. Amazing layout , and I would definitely play again.. Staff was very friendly, and helpful.
Beautiful course with wide fairways and beautiful greens. I love this place!
Always in excellent shape, stays a little wet after heavy rain. Don’t be surprised with cart path only. Staff is friendly and helpful. Bag drop is usually self serve. This is a must play golf course in Acadiana.
Afternoon at Kosati Pines golf course
Course is in very good condition. Fairways and greens were great. Not busy on this day.
Course was in excellent condition even without any rain for weeks. Greens were very fast but rolled true. My favorite course in SW LA.
Course was in great shape. Wish they would bring back their STAY & PLAY packages. We used to come twice a year and do that, but seldom play the course now.
A walk in the pines
One of Southeast Louisiana best courses. The course was in great shape, greens were fast but playable .Avery cart had it's own rake for the bunkers,one rider per cart while practicing safe social distancing. Pace of play was fine we played in 3 hours. This is the best course in Louisiana!!
Used my round credit for this course and I was very happy. For winter conditions it was as good as you’ll find playing on Bermuda. I can’t say enough about the layout. There were some really good holes and some hole designs I’ve never seen before; especially #9! The 19th hole, a “playoff hole,” was a nice touch and came into play between me and my buddy! We both pared though, so maybe build a 20th? :) There was a lot of water, but the course was wide open and playable by every skill level. We played very fast but caught a 5-some on 17 that was playing very slow. I didn’t see any marshals. There were, however, several people around the course working on keeping it looking sharp, a big difference from a lot of courses and the attention to the course is obvious. Highly recommend. My only complaint is the availability of food. After the round, we went to the grill to eat and the kitchen was closed. I’m from Texas, so not sure it’s a COVID thing or just not enough business at 4PM on Tuesday, but I would have liked to try the food.
Awesome tract. Punishing in a enjoyable way.
The course was great.
I live 30 mins away and was not prepared for mosquitoes in October but they were bad enough that we were going to stop playing if the pro shop didn't have bug spray.
Beers were pricier than expected but not overpriced.
I'm not great at golf so I found a lot of hazards, but that's my fault.
We had a fun.