The dazzling landscape of the Deep South is nowhere more evident than in the two famous golf courses of Natchez, Mississippi: Duncan Park and Beau Pré.
Established in circa 1916, the elegant 18-hole, 6,350-yard, par 71 course called Duncan Park journeys through a lush hardwood forest of beautiful flowering dogwoods, azaleas, crepe myrtles, towering long leaf pines, and majestic live oaks hung with Spanish moss.
Two distinct nine-hole challenges await. The legendary Front Nine, built in 1993, is an exciting Brian Ault design featuring rolling terrain and undulating dwarf Bermuda greens.
The historic Back Nine, created over one hundred years ago, is said to have been designed by the famous Scottish designer, Seymour Dunn. The gentle topography of the Back Nine rewards accurate drives and precision short irons, as one follows in the footsteps of such golfing greats as Walter Hagen, Sam Snead, and many others.
Duncan Park also features a driving range, an onsite PGA professional, and a fullyequipped pro shop with club rental.
Beau Pré Country Club, an 18-hole Championship layout designed by Mike Young, is nestled along Natchez’s picturesque Second Creek in a premier residential area.
A variety of tees, from 5,100 yards to 7,000 yards, offer a stimulating challenge to golfers of all levels. Located just three miles south of town, Beau Pré has thoughtfully preserved the natural setting and boasts a dramatic ninety-foot clay bluff, deep ravines, a rolling terrain, expansive sand areas, and abundant wildlife.