Louisiana's Audubon Golf Trail

Louisiana’s Audubon Golf TrailStretching from Shreveport’s Olde Oaks in the northwest corner of the state to Pete Dye’s world-class TPC Louisiana, host of the PGA Tour’s Zurich Classic, just 15 minutes from the French Quarter, Louisiana’s Audubon Golf Trail is an enchanting assortment of 12 golf courses covering all five regions of the state.

The majority of Louisiana’s premier public-access courses can be found along the trail, including The Wetlands (Lafayette), Gray Plantation (Lake Charles), Carter Plantation (Springfield) and Audubon Park (New Orleans).

The heritage and history rich Audubon Trail is a different kind of golf trail – presenting its visitors with a chance to experience Louisiana’s famous Cajun cuisine while being serenaded with the sweet soulful music the region is known for. Named for naturalist and artist James Audubon, this collection of courses is also committed to preserving Louisiana’s natural splendor; each one of the courses on the trail are members of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary for Golf Courses, a program dedicated to protecting the environment and preserving the natural heritage of the game of golf.

To plan your golf getaway to Louisiana, visit www.audubontrail.com.

 

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