Review: Stonebridge Golf Club of New Orleans

Course Name: Stonebridge Golf Club of New Orleans Designer: Unknown (1984), John F. Robinson (Redesign, 2004) Location: Gretna, Louisiana History: Originally opened as a private course in 1984, John F. Robinson renovated the course in 2004, and it is now semi-private. The course also features an extra “Harvey 9” that doubles as a footgolf course. Conditions: 6/10, The greens … More Review: Stonebridge Golf Club of New Orleans

Review: Oak Harbor Golf Club

Course Name: Oak Harbor Golf Club Designer: Lee Schmitt (1992) Location: Slidell, Louisiana History: Designed in 1992, this course is semi-private and rated 4.5 stars by Golf Digest. Conditions: 7/10, greens were fast but a little bumpy/sandy. Fairways and tee boxes were in good shape for the most part. Bunkers were beautiful. Value: 7/10, for just over $30 with a cart, … More Review: Oak Harbor Golf Club

Review: The North Course at City Park

Course Name: The North Course at City Park Designer: Joseph Bartholomew Sr./William Wiedorn (1968), (Rebuilt 2009) Location: New Orleans, Louisiana History: City Park has been home to golf in New Orleans since 1902. In 1968, the North Course opened giving the Park a total of 4 courses. In the 1990s, the courses were renamed Bayou Oaks Golf Complex. … More Review: The North Course at City Park

Review: Joseph M. Bartholomew Sr. Municipal Golf Course

Course Name: Joseph M. Bartholomew Sr. Municipal Golf Course Designer: Joseph Bartholomew Sr. (1956), Garrett Gil (Redesign, 2011) Location: New Orleans, Louisiana History: Originally designed in 1956 by famous African American golf course architect Joseph Bartholomew Sr., the course was named Pontchartain Park Golf Course. In 1979, the course was renamed to honor its late architect. After extensive … More Review: Joseph M. Bartholomew Sr. Municipal Golf Course

Review: Grand Ridge Golf Club

Course Name: Grand Ridge Golf Club Designer: Everett Alleman (1968) Location: Luling, Louisiana History: Formerly known as Willowdale Country Club until 2010, this Everett Alleman course was purchased by investors in 2011 who turned it into the semi-private Grand Ridge. Conditions: 3/10, this course was virtually unplayable both times I played it. The greens are bumpy and slow and … More Review: Grand Ridge Golf Club