Top Championship Courses
Each of Mississippi's beautiful courses offers something new and exciting for the casual player and semi-professional alike. Five distinct state regions offer Mississippi golf courses designed to fit the natural lay of the land, truly bringing out the inherent beauty of each course, while still crafting a challenging experience.
With a temperate climate that offers near perfect golf weather year round, Mississippi golf can accommodate every level of enthusiast throughout the year. Over 170 courses in every shape and size dot the landscape of the Magnolia State and come designed by some of the most prominent names in golf—Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Jerry Pate, Davis Love III and Bob Crupp, just to name a few.
Mississippi's Delta Region is defined by its wide, open fields of cotton, quaint, small towns and Tunica, the number one casino destination between Las Vegas and Atlantic City. This region is remarkably flat and contains some of the most fertile soil in the world, as evidenced by the verdant green fairways of its golf courses.
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The Link of Cottonwoods
The foothills of the Appalachians reach into Mississippi and create the highest elevations in the state in The Hills Region. The rolling countryside creates on-course challenges, and the beautiful vistas provide a scenic backdrop for each round of golf. The region is located in the northeastern part of the state, and the golf is as unique as the topography.
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The Pines Region is located in east-central Mississippi, along the Alabama border and consists of rolling countryside covered with hardwoods.
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Dancing Rabbit Azalea
Dancing Rabbit Oaks
From the modern capital of Jackson to the historic river towns of Natchez and Vicksburg, the Capital/River Region is a study in contrasts. Golf course layouts range from wide, open flatlands to tight, water-laden fairways.
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The Coastal Region is an exciting mix of award-winning golf, entertaining nightlife, intriguing history and stunning scenery. Golfers seeking warmer temperatures in winter months have ventured to the Mississippi coast for years, but the area gained lots more attention when casinos and the accompanying world-class golf courses opened. The region is located in the southeastern corner of the state, from Hattiesburg and Laurel to the Gulf Coast cities of Biloxi and Gulfport and the quaint seaside towns of Ocean Springs, Pass Christian and Bay St. Louis.
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