- Address18400 Blvd Louisiane, Baton Rouge, LA 70810, USA
Fairways at the Country Club of Louisiana are laid out around residential units with several holes routed alongside Selene Bayou. Unusually for a Jack Nicklaus design, five of the greens are totally devoid of any sand protection.
Notable holes include the 172-yard 6th (a replica of the 16th at Augusta National, where water fronts a small green), the 402-yard 8th (with water protecting the front of the green and sand lurking at the back) and the short par four 16th, where a creek cuts in from the left, across the front of the smallest green on the course.
First opened for play in 1986, the layout underwent a major renovation in 2013 when greens were replaced with Mini Verde Bermuda grass and bunkers were completely overhauled by Louisiana native Mark Meijer, a former associate at Nicklaus Design.
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Jack Nicklaus will forever be associated with greatness on the golf course, but it’s his design work that should also be remembered in equal measure to his magnificent competitive achievements on the links.