Santa Maria and Beaver Creek are flagship style courses, featuring championship designs and amenities. Webb, the most played course in Baton Rouge, and Dumas are also championship style 18-hole facilities lending themselves to being a great golfing value and experience for the public. Howell, an 18 hole parkland style course lends itself to an enjoyable round. Each golf facility includes a pro shop, continual cart paths, and maintained turf conditions. Dumas boasts a newly-designed grill and has undergone recent renovations. For further details about our courses, visit each course’s individual page, where you can learn about upcoming events, specials, and more. BREC has a newly-upgraded Golf Development Department created to focus on helping East Baton Rouge Parish golfers improve their games. The First Tee of East Baton Rouge Parish, housed at J.S. Clark Golf Course, is a national youth development program designed to teach young golfers (ages 9-17) life skills and golf etiquette against the backdrop of the game of golf. BREC’s intent over the years has been to provide, as much as possible, opportunities of access and enjoyment to all citizens and Visitors of East Baton Rouge. With our many facilities, the hope has been to offer a range of championship style golf to user & value friendly recreational facilities. We invite you to visit each golf course’s page… or better yet, get out and play each facility… to discover for yourself why Baton Rouge is one of the best places in the country to play golf. Beaver Creek Golf Course 1100 E. Plains, Port Hudson, LA 225-658-6338 Beaver Creek is an eighteen hole championship golf course with a great driving range and practice facilities. Beaver Creek features a windswept front nine and a sheltered back nine that meanders through protected wetland areas. The par 72 layout provides all golfers with many unique shot-making opportunities typically experience on link style courses to those bordered by dense woods and wetlands. Call our Golf Shop for more information. Dumas Memorial Golf Course 13350 Hwy. 19 - Baton Rouge, LA 225-775-9166 Dumas Memorial Golf Course is an 18-hole design stemming from the 1960’s style of golf that puts a premium on shot-making. The course measures 6,403 yards, and features a mix of long holes with generous fairways and shorter holes that demand more precise driving. The approach to greens requires risk – reward strategy and bit of mastery in the short game. The driving range next door at Clark Park is available for a pre-round warm up. Dumas Memorial Golf Course is located inside Greenwood Park at 13350 Hwy. 19 Baker, LA 70714. The course is approximately 15 miles north of downtown Baton Rouge and only five minutes from the Baton Rouge Metro Airport, making it centrally located among Baton Rouge golf options. Historic City Park Golf Course Golf Course 1515 Dalrymple Drive - Baton Rouge, LA 225-387-9523 Built in 1926 and designed by Tom Bendelow, City Park Golf Course is one of 20 courses in the country to be placed on the national register of historic places as the community’s first municipal golf course. This 25 acre, nine-hole course is notable for its natural beauty, mature trees, lake vistas, small bayou, and elevated terrain that varies by as much as 25 feet. Designed by Tom Bendelow (designed East Lake in Atlanta and Medinah in Chicago, and over 300 courses nationally), City Park Golf Course is one of 20 courses in the country to be placed on the national register of historic places as the community’s first municipal golf course. After recent renovations in 2007, Historic City Park Golf Course now features four par-3 holes and five par-4 holes. A quaint Pro Shop within the Clubhouse that also houses the Baton Rouge Art Gallery, is available to provide you with service and golf supplies. Ideal for a quick round of golf, league play, or a different than usual venue for south Louisiana with stately oak trees and well defined elevations and hills. Howell Park 5511 Winbourne Avenue - Baton Rouge, LA 225-357-9292 Howell Park Golf Course features a mid-sized, parkland-style, 18-hole course measuring in at 5,700 yards. A canal, also known as Hurricane Creek, crosses 10 holes of the course, making club selection relevant and challenging. J.S. Clark Park 2301 Thomas Road - Baton Rouge, LA 225-775-9008 J.S. Clark is an executive style 9 hole layout complete with a PGA style practice area. Ideal for newcomers and experienced players seeking to improve their game. Complete with wall to wall irrigation, excellent turf conditions are provided with 419 Bermuda Tee Boxes and Fairways; and Tif Dwarf Greens. Webb Memorial Golf Course 1351 Country Club Drive - Baton Rouge, LA 225-383-4919 The most popular of BREC’s courses, Webb Memorial is an 18-hole course that measures 6,349 yards in length. The course was originally built as a private club in the 1920s in one of Baton Rouge’s most affluent neighborhoods. It opened in 1924, and it became a municipal course in 1941. Santa Maria Golf Course Golf Course 18460 Santa Maria Pkwy, Baton Rouge, LA 225-752-9667 Santa Maria is an eighteen hole Robert Trent Jones design. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr., Santa Maria Golf Course is built on 150 acres of rolling terrain, featuring 18 lakes and two natural waterways. This is the perfect memorable setting to test your golf skills, complete with sand bunkers, exquisite Bermuda fairways and mature oaks. The 18-hole course measures 6,969 yards in length from the championship tees. The Spanish-style clubhouse includes a pro shop, a full-service restaurant and a private conference/dining room and fitness center. Champions Grill overlooks the beautiful par-five finishing hole, and you’ll want to stop in for a meal or drinks after your round. Contact our golf shop for more information.

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6201 Florida Blvd.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70806
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