Put your way to par in Louisiana.
Play these Nine Louisiana Golf Courses
Travel to Louisiana and experience some of the premier golf courses across the state. Whether you're a scratch golfer, weekend warrior, or a beginner, you'll find just the course for you.
Book a tee time at any of these excellent golf courses the next time you travel in to Louisiana.
1. Querbes Park Golf Course
Book a tee time at Querbes Park Golf Course in Shreveport. The next time your Louisiana travels have you headed north, bring your clubs and check out this 18-hole, par 71 course. Querbes Park Golf Course features a course rating of 71.0, and a slope rating of 118. Drive in from Minden or Mansfield and shoot for the course record soon.
2. Chennault Park Golf Course
Continue exploring northern Louisiana and head to Monroe. One of the premier attractions in Monroe is the Chennault Park Golf Course, open Tuesday through Sunday, virtually all year long – save for, of course, major holidays. Opened in 1975, Chennault Park Golf Course is public and follows standard USGA rules. Book soon and play 18 of the finest holes of golf in northern Louisiana – drive in from Delhi or Bastrop.
3. Northwestern hills golf course
The Northwestern Hills Golf Course is a popular, challenging, and sterling example of golf in Natchitoches. A public course, Northwestern Hills is 18 holes and a par 72. From the back tees, Northwestern Hills Golf Course measures in at 6,107 yards, and is open year round. As you travel through central Louisiana, enjoy a pleasant stay in Natchitoches – book a tee time today for Northwestern Hills Golf Course to really make your visit exemplary.
4. Oak Wing Golf Course
Two women putt on the golf course.
Any visit to Alexandria should yield a round or two played at Oak Wing Golf Course. While Alexandria provides southern charms and historic sites, it's a golfers dream come true thanks to Oak Wing. Make the scenic and quick drive in from Oakdale and experience 18 holes of stunning Alexandria landscapes.
5. warrior Hills golf course
Explore even more of central Louisiana and head for Fort Polk. A charming city not far from Deridder and Leesville, Fort Polk is home to the Warrior Hill Golf Course. Opened in 1949, Warrior Hills a 18 holes and always open to the public. It features a slope rating of 129, and a course rating of 71.0.
6. Frasch park golf course
Whether you're planning a trip and looking for an afternoon activity, or if you're hosting new clients, book a tee time soon for the Frasch Park Golf Course. Make your way into Cajun Country and enjoy your stay in Sulphur. Drive in from nearby Vinton or Lake Charles and play a round of 18 holes at Frasch Park Golf Course.
7. Wetlands Golf course
As your Cajun Country exploration continues, head for Lafayette and book a tee time at the Wetlands Golf Course. Popular with residents of nearby Rayne, and Abbeville, Wetlands Golf Course is 18 holes, open to the public, and features a virtually tree-less terrain. There are five different tee boxes at Wetlands Golf Course – it can play as long as 7,300 yards, to as short as 5,000.
8. Briarwood Golf Club
Featuring 18 holes with wide, lush fairways, and pristine putting greens, the Briarwood Golf Club in Baton Rouge is a top choice for your next visit to Plantation Country. Opened in 1963 and designed by Anderson & Williams, the Briarwood Golf Club is just southeast of downtown Baton Rouge along the Airline Highway – drive in from Plaquemine, Zachary, or Denham Springs. The course plays 6,879 yards from the longest tees, is open to the public, and has 17 tee boxes on the driving range.
9. Lakewood Golf Club
As one of the busiest and most liked courses in the state, the Lakewood Golf Club is a highlight to any visit into New Orleans. With challenging dog logs, narrow fairways, and putting greens like glass, you're in for a real test at the Lakewood Golf Club. Visit New Orleans from nearby cities like Chalmette or Luling, and experience 18 holes of the finest holes the area has to offer.