Grab your clubs and head to one of our scenic Mississippi golf courses. The Magnolia State is well known for its rich cultural history, blues music, and phenomenal seafood, but what you might not know is the rich land here is perfect for playing a round of golf. Whether you’re planning a golf getaway with a few friends or just taking a break from a corporate event, there are many places to play a round of 18 holes. Visit Mississippi has all the information you need to plan your trip.

Golf Courses in Every Region

Mississippi is home to dozens of premium golf courses. From the Hills Region down to the Gulf Coast, more than 140 courses are available for golfers of all experience levels. No matter where you visit in the state, the closest country club or resort is just a short drive. Thanks to open landscapes and rolling hills, the meticulously manicured golf courses in Mississippi offer beautiful greenery and challenging gameplay.  Book your tee times and restaurant reservations in advance, so all you have to do is kick back and enjoy your relaxing golf getaway.

Schedule a Round on Your Itinerary

Take advantage of package deals that will help you and your crew make the most of every trip. Golf Mississippi helps visitors plan four- to five-day golf getaways throughout each region of the state. These packages include golf and lodging, plus they allow you to take full advantage of the available amenities. That means you can golf all day and then relax with live music and cocktails in the evenings at one of the on-site restaurants – all in one convenient location.

Your itinerary also can include other popular attractions. Start your day with a round and then head to a local eatery for some Southern fare. As the afternoon turns into evening, you can tour a local museum or peruse trail markers along the Mississippi Blues Trail. Finally, end your day by catching a live show at a casino or enjoying the evening breeze at a nearby rooftop bar. With so many options to choose from, it’s easy to find a course near your hotel or favorite attraction.

Mississippi Golf Courses

Are you visiting Mississippi solely for the lush courses? There’s never a bad season to hit the links here. The mild climate makes golfing a year-round draw for many of our visitors. Be sure to tour some of the top golf courses in the state. Avid golfers can enjoy top-rated courses created by legends such as Arnold Palmer, Tom Fazio, and Jack Nicklaus. Some of our best-known courses include:

If you time your trip just right, you can even be in town during the two PGA Tour events held in Mississippi – the Sanderson Farms Championship in Jackson and the Rapiscan Systems Classic on the Gulf Coast.

Plan Your Mississippi Golf Getaway

Drive, chip, and putt your way through a fantastic vacation. If you’re looking to plan a golf getaway that provides endless play, beautiful facilities, and exceptional cuisine, look no further than Mississippi’s spectacular golf courses. Plan your trip today or contact Visit Mississippi for more information.

Old Waverly Golf Club

West Point, MS   FEATURED


Old Waverly Golf Club, located in West Point, Mississippi, is an 18-hole championship golf course founded by the George Bryan family and 29 other founders in 1988 […]

Okatoma Golf Club

Collins, MS


A secluded oasis with open fairways and sloping greens. […]

Timberton Golf Club

Hattiesburg, MS


Designed by Mark McCumber, this outstanding layout plays well for all skill levels. […]

The Oaks Golf Club

Pass Christian, MS


Award-winning course nestled amongst majestic timberlands and native wetlands. […]


Eighteen-hole course perfect for all skill levels. […]


Two distinctive 9-hole layouts await your challenge. […]

Clear Creek Golf Course

Vicksburg, MS


A unique course surrounded by sprawling open spaces in historic Vicksburg, Mississippi. […]


Located on the campus of Copiah-Lincoln Community College. […]

Tunica National Golf & Tennis

Robinsonville, MS


Designed by Mark McCumber, this 18-hole course features Champion Bermuda greens and gently rolling Zoysia fairways. […]