Golf in Deep South USA
There are literally hundreds of golf courses in the Deep South testing the skill of every level of golfer. Deep South USA can provide the exact golfing holiday for all preferences and all budgets.
Golf in Louisiana
Across the beautiful state of Louisiana, you find more than great food, fishing and music. You will also find exceptional golf in stunning settings, ranked in "Best US Courses". The Audubon Golf Trail proves that no matter which direction you're travelling in Louisiana, a world-class green isn't far away. of the 12 courses, five are located in the northern part of the state, and the rest through Cajun Country down to New Orleans.
Golf in Mississippi
If you like our blues, you'll love our greens! Mississippi strikes an intriguing balance for today's golfer - affordable and easily accessible first class golf courses, that are both technically challenging and fun to play. The PGA Tour and the Champions Tour have made Mississippi a regular stop in their schedules and even competitive amateur golfers come to challenge one another in the annual International Golf and Blues Experience. Mississippi's temperate climate offers near perfect golf weather year round for every level enthusiast.
Golf in Tennessee
Tennessee's 150 championship courses offer golfers of all levels scenic layouts, well-maintained greens and high USGA ratings. Topping the list are the three award-winning layouts that comprise The Bear Trace, designed by "The Golden Bear" himself, Jack Nicklaus. Every course is located in a Tennessee state park. In Millington, just 15 minutes north of downtown Memphis, Mirimichi golf course welcomes golfers and nature enthusiasts alike. The environmentally-friendly course features deep-pit bunkers, elevated greens, seven pristine lakes and several waterfalls and creeks, providing more than 7,400 yards of championship-level golf.
Golf in Alabama
Alabama's Robert Trent Jones (RTJ) Golf Trail is an outstanding collection of 468 holes of championship golf on 11 sites. Stretching 400 miles from the mountain foothills in the north to the shores of the Gulf Coast in the south, the trail offers enormous variety in style and scenery but the quality and value for money is constant. The average green fee is around $70. RTJ's Grand National course in Opelika is only a 90-minute drive from Atlanta airport. Many courses include luxury hotels, making stay and play easy and affordable. More than 500,000 golfers play the RTJ Golf Trail each year.
Golf in Kentucky
Challenging championship Kentucky golf links; the 19 course Kentucky State Park Golf Trail; year-round great weather and spectacular golf resorts. Plus, courses offering scenic views of waterways, bluegrass beauty and breathtaking Appalachian Mountain backdrops. With more than 300 private and public golf courses to choose from, Kentucky is the perfect golf vacation destination, with only one problem: deciding which 18 to play first.