New Orleans Metro Courses & Tee Times

Timberlane CC
3.413 stars from 5
Gretna
In the late 1950s, Mr. Robert Trent Jones, Sr. laid out over 7100 yards of golf. In 1959 the course was complete and play began at Timberlane. Over the past several years the course has matured, the oaks planted as small seedlings along the fairways now clearly define the layout and offer spectacular holes.
Stonebridge GC of New Orleans - Championship: #7
3.2941 stars from 5
Gretna
Stonebridge Golf Club of New Orleans is the only true links-style course in the greater New Orleans area, featuring 27 championship holes named after Jazz Greats Louis Armstrong, Pete Fountain and Al Hirt.
English Turn GCC: #15
4.301 stars from 5
New Orleans
This Jack Nicklaus Signature Design, Par 72 Championship Golf Course presents a unique challenge to golfers of all skill levels. Every hole has an individual personality including numerous bunkers, large waste bunkers, plentiful grass depressions and mounds which line the sculpted fairways.
Belle Terre CC: #7
3.7534 stars from 5
La Place
Belle Terre translates from French into ""beautiful land"" and this golf course certainly lives up to that reputation. Whether you’re a serious golfer or a weekend duffer, this 18-hole championship course designed by Pete Dye is one of Louisiana’s finest.
Riverlands GCC: Aerial view
3.8947 stars from 5
La Place
The 18-hole ""Riverlands"" course at the Riverlands Golf & Country Club facility in La Place, Louisiana features 6,899 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72 . The course rating is 71.

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Pinewood CC: Aerial view
3.5909 stars from 5
Slidell
This course features numerous thick trees lining its fairways that can alter your shots. The greens are small and fast. The signature hole is #18, a 570-yard, par 5, featuring out-of-bounds on the left, and a fairway bunker and a pond on the right side of the fairway.