The Bluffs Golf Resort - Louisiana - USA

The Bluffs Golf Resort,
14233 Sunrise Way,
St. Francisville,
Louisiana (LA) 70775,
USA


  • +1 225 634 5757

  • Jeff Russell

  • Arnold Palmer, Ed Seay, Harrison Minchew

  • Tom Agazzi

The Bluffs Golf Resort, originally called “The Bluffs at Thompson Creek” when it first opened as a private facility in 1988, changed ownership twenty years after its formation, enabling golfers to now play the course on a daily green fee basis.

It’s said that Arnold Palmer had eight different routings mapped out before he finally chose the eighteen hole configuration that would form the layout and he set out the fairways in two distinct circuits of nine, allowing water to come into play at almost half the holes on the card.

Designed for championship play from the back markers, The Bluffs course has hosted a number of prestigious amateur events, including the Louisiana State Championships (1991, 1992 and 2002) and the United States Senior Challenge (1997).
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Description: It’s said that Arnold Palmer had eight different routings mapped out before he finally chose the eighteen holes that constitute the course at The Bluffs Golf Resort. Rating: 4 out of 10 Reviews: 1
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T-Claude Bourgeois

At one time,The Bluffs was an absolute destination for golfers from all over La. It's rolling terrain along Thompson Creek is in some spots stunning and certainly caught everyone's attention. The Arnold Palmer layout was a great mix of holes with a fantastic start and finish that runs along a steep ridge overlooking the creek. No. 17 is a great downhill par 3 that features a severe drop from tee to green. A definite one off in the Bayou State. Scenic and challenging, The Bluffs looked to be a a golf course that would sit at the top of Louisiana's offerings for years to come. Unfortunately like so many semi-private golf courses, The Buffs underwent numerous ownership changes throughout the early 2000's and the condition of the course became inconsistent. The bones were still great and the scenery was still there, but the course was often times in disrepair. What a shame considering the unique property this course sits on and really solid challenge the layout offered.

Here's hoping a resurgence somehow comes about at The Bluffs on Thompson Creek. When it was good, it was a wonderful place to spend a weekend playing golf.

September 15, 2020
4 / 10
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