If you're planning a visit to Mississippi's world-class casinos, be sure to bring your clubs. Mississippi is quickly earning a reputation as a golfing destination, with many of our state's top resorts boasting courses designed by Nicklaus, Palmer, Fazio, and other celebrated designers. Look for golf packages that combine golf, hotel and casino amenities to make the most of your stay.
Offered exclusively to guests of the Beau Rivage Resort & Casino, the 510-acre Tom Fazio designed Fallen Oak golf course features gently rolling terrain in a scenic setting nestled at the edge of the De Soto National Forest. The course has consistently ranked as one of Mississippi's best and is currently ranked in the number-two position of Golfweek’s Best Casino Course list.Learn More
Gulfport's Windance Country Club is a semi-private, 18-hole championship course featuring rolling hills, tight fairways and numerous water hazards. The course, which was purchased by Island View Casino Resort in 2007, is consistently ranked as one of Golfweek magazine’s “Best Places You Can Play” and boasts a four-star rating from Golf Digest magazine.Learn More
The 245-acre Preserve Golf Club was designed by Jerry Pate and is one of the state's favorite "pure golf" courses. In recognition of the course's comprehensive environmental planning and sustainable resource management practices, it was granted membership to the Audubon International Signature Program. The Preserve is owned and operated by Palace Casino Resort.Learn More
Designed by golf's "Golden Bear" and opened to the public in 1999, Grand Bear Golf Club has a secluded setting, six miles into the De Soto National Forest along the Big Biloxi River. The 18-hole, Jack Nicklaus Signature Course features challenging layouts with well-manicured fairways bordered by towering pines and natural cypress wetlands.Learn More
More than 21 wooden bridges are incorporated into the design of the Arnold Palmer Signature golf course, The Bridges. Located in Bay St. Louis, the course is set on 600 acres that feature 17 lakes, saltwater marshland, and moss-draped live oaks. The Bridges was the first resort golf course in the world to obtain Audubon International’s Certified Silver Signature status.Learn More