Louisiana Golf Guide

“Golf, Louisiana Style” is about more than just playing golf on exciting courses and staying in luxurious golf resorts, although the state surely boasts all of that along the well-known Audubon Golf Trail. This collection of 16 hand-selected courses throughout the state showcases the diversity and unique challenges in every region of the Sportsman’s Paradise. But, it’s also about all the other adventures that makes Louisiana such a special place to visit. And rather than having to research non-golfing activities during your golf trip to Louisiana, they’ve done the heavy lifting for you and created some 3-day itineraries that combine your shared passions, whether that includes fishing, gaming, food, craft beers or music. You can pick and choose, customize them or combine them to have the most creative golf vacation you can.

Lake Charles is considered Louisiana’s Playground. With 4 world class golf courses, 3 casino resorts, unbelievable culinary options and lots of outdoor activities, it’s clear to see why.

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Re-posted from Avid Golfer of Dallas, January 2021 After a brief ascent and descent, we landed in Lake Charles Regional Airport from DFW Airport. Our stay was at the well-appointed L’Auberge Casino and Resort. Here there was a plethora of things to see, eat, entertain and provide relaxation. Our suite was spacious with amenities that included a large private entrance …

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Lake Charles is Full of Surprises

By Carey Hoffman The flamboyant Louisiana politician Huey Long once ran on the promise, “Every man a king.” While much has changed from his 1930s Louisiana, Long would likely approve of the way that the destination town of Lake Charles reflects his motto today. Lake Charles has a diversity of diversions, including a collection of golf options, that when packed …

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7 Reasons to Visit Lake Charles in Louisiana

Lake Charles, Louisiana sits on the confluence of the Gulf of Mexico, the lake of the same name, culture, unique cuisine, and attractions. This is Cajun country, full of historical French-inspired influence that extends from lodging to attractions to cuisine. The area is known for incredible fishing and hunting, yet the other aspects of Lake Charles make it must stop …

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