I've played lot's of tough courses around the country but LCC has all them beat! What a track! You'll find the smallest greens anywhere that can run 13 on the meter, it's the Masters of Mississippi! Since being here several years ago I can see the new management has really upgraded the club to 2012 top level standards! They have a wonderful pro-shop run by Mr.Jim Dorman..The whole staff at the LCC was very nice..Will definetly recommend this place!
Have played this old track many of times, and it never get's old! Very challenging every time out! The management has done a remarkable job with all the new updates to the club! It's a real pleasure now taking out of town guests there, knowing they'll get "top notch" service.This place is the best kept secret in Mississippi!! Congrats!!
golf course is excellent,,,rolling fairways
and elevated greens...not for the hacker...
better players love this course....club house
is a joke now as is the pool area...used to
be very nice but over time the place seems
run down...used to have a place to get
burgers and such by the pool, the place was
called the "little club", it was innovative
for its time...now every club has a way of
feeding golfers between the front and back
nines.....overall a very nice course just
needs some updates with the clubhouse and
This is a great Old School Golf Course. Have played it several times over the years and I'm always amazed at how tough it plays for the length. The main reason is that most of the greens are small and elevated so it actually plays a bit longer than the scorecard indicates. Nice big old trees line the mainicured fairways and come into play on many holes. I've played courses like East Lake, Atlanta Country Club, Sugarloaf, and Ocean forest and I would rate this small town course right up there with any of those. The facilities are not on par with any of those other courses but the actual course is a true challenge. The greens really make the course and when the powers that be want to, they can make them putt as fast and as dangerous as anything I've ever played. Very good test of golf that will require the use of all the clubs in your bag.
What a great golf course in this wonderfull southern town. The course is nothing like all of the newer courses you see today. With all of the tall pines and elevated small greens this is a very demanding course which requires you to use a wide variety of clubs and shots in your bag. The one drawback that I found was the bunkers which were not in very good shape. The sand was very inconsistant from one to the other. I thought the the green fees were very reasonable and we didn't have a long wait for a tee time, it was like playing on your own private course. Looking forward to playing there again in the near future.
I have played in the four ball for many years and really missed it playing in '05' due to the hurricane last year.The course recovered well but what happened to the food?
It was the worst food I have ever put in my mouth. The whole weekend it was not to the standards that i have come to expect at Laurel Country Club. I was told that the Chef has moved on and it was under new management. Bring back the chef or find a new one!!!!!!
The course is a classic old course, great greens and requires shot-making. The course is more impressive than the clubhouse, but Laurel has every reason to be pleased to have such a great club available to it's citizens.
THE FOOD AT LAUREL COUNTRY WAS THE BEST I HAVE EVER HAD IN THE LAUREL AREA. THE WEDDING RECEPTION I ATTENDED WAS EXCEPTIONAL.
THE CLUB HAS A GREAT ASSET IN THE CULINARY DEPARTMENT. HATS OFF TO LAUREL COUNTRY CLUB
great place to get a wonderful dish of rudness, the restraunt manager has got to bethe worst i have ever met, anywhere, and his staff is made up a bunch of fat women with bad attitudes, like its your fault they are waitresses. do you think the members of this club even notice this?