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Yoda Creek Golf Club

70 County Road 259 Bruce, MS 38915
(662) 983-9632

Tupelo Country Club

4462 Winged Foot Rd, Belden, MS ‎

(662) 840-3277

Boasting the sole private country club in Northeast Mississippi, Tupelo Country Club features a traditional atmosphere and caters to all of the private club amenities you would expect. Set amongst the gorgeous backdrop of rolling terrain dotted with with aged pines and oaks, the club maintains a genuine, southern-style ambiance with a gracious staff tending to your every desire.

For the Member who wishes to relax on the veranda, enjoy a heated tennis match, a lazy round of golf, all with a plethora of casual and formal dining options, Tupelo CC may be for your family or corporation. Call today for immediate attention from our sales team.

Recent additions to the club include a par three course as the Board of Governors strive to keep Tupelo CC on par with the elite. "We build on a tradition of enriching family and business experiences."

Spring has become us and now is the time to dust off the clubs and stretch your legs.Upcoming events at Tupelo CC feature an Easter Carnival Saturday with a scrumptious Champagne Brunch on March 31st, golf events, and a bevy of activities in this family friendly club. Feast on our daily lunch buffets and indulge yourself in the weekly Sunday Brunch. Fridays feature live music with Joseph Baldwyn on the 29th of March. And coming soon, our legendary oyster tasting. There is always a home away from home here for your family.

Old Waverly Golf Club

Magnolia Dr, West Point, MS ‎

(662) 494-6463

Colonel George Hampton Young moved from Georgia and built a spectacular antebellum mansion for his bride on the banks of the Tombigbee River. Tragically, before the magnificent home was finished, Colonel Hampton's wife died. But as a man of vision, the Colonel pushed forward and when the homestead was mostly complete in 1852 named it “Waverley,” the main character and title of the first novel of Scottish writer Sir Walter Scott. Waverley lost great friends and love but persevered to start life anew. Waverley succeeded and so, too, would Colonel Young. One hundred thirty years later, another George living in the Golden Triangle region of west Mississippi, seized upon a mission not unlike the young colonel's and sought to make something extraordinary for those he knew and loved.

George Bryan and his wife, Marcia, familiar with the mansion and wanting to create something truly special, sought to highlight nature's splendor and fulfill a shared dream. Waverley Mansion would be the backdrop for a world-class center of golf and recreation. Those initial plans, thwarted by circumstances, were not to be realized. But as with Colonel Young, this George, his wife and 29 other founders persevered. These visionaries found a piece of property not far from Waverley Mansion. Although the history and uniqueness of the mansion were not present, they understood that a diamond does not come out of the ground cut and full of sparkles. This enterprising group sought to allow the beauty they saw in their minds' eye to emerge through the skillful hands of those who knew how to bring it out.

U.S. Open winner Jerry Pate and course designer Bob Cupp were enlisted to trim away from the undeveloped nature of 360 acres of pasture and prairie located near West Point, Mississippi, and add to its history, beauty and success. “Old Waverly, The Golf Club of Mississippi,” with a grand entryway leading to the clubhouse that reflects the original mansion's aura and a greenscape that evokes quiet awe was the result. Beauty of the local region was drawn out and allowed to sparkle with the hard work and a devotion to detail. In just a few short years the Bryans' vision had morphed from idea to reality and Old Waverly opened formally in September 1988.

Old Waverly's 18-hole championship course excels, having been named to Golfweek's Top 100, Golf Digest's Top Course in Mississippi for too many years to count and Golf Digest's Top 100 courses. Since 1990, Old Waverly has hosted numerous events including the men's and women's SEC Championship, Southern Golf Association Women's and Junior Championships, the 2006 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur Championship, as well as the 1999 U. S. Women's Open. Seven thousand eighteen yards of undulating fairways, four lakes, numerous sand oases and well manicured greens surrounded by tall pines and numerous hardwoods have been at the center of the rising and falling of many competitive golfers of all ages and both genders from all across the United States and the globe as they did their best to do better than par.

Driving from the main gate to the clubhouse, it seems as if Old Waverly had been established at the turn of the century. With its grand architecture and many mature trees, it is hard to believe the club is a mere teenager. But it is the attention to detail at every turn that establishes Old Waverly as a truly special place. Numerous lush gardens punctuate the property with color and variety year round. One remarkable example is the Lavender Rose Garden modeled after an old English traditional rose garden where loving care brings forth a wondrous burst of fragrance and color.

Old Waverly is not just about golf; Old Waverly is about living. In addition to the nationally known course with its reputation for challenging golf and cultivated beauty, the attention to detail extends to the many other aspects of the Old Waverly Golf Club. The Old Waverly Culinary Staff expertly creates ever-changing menus that highlight unique Southern cuisine, providing pleasure for every palate. Everyone is assured of a splendid dining experience. Whether you desire a quick bite in Murphy's Pub or a more relaxed time in the Grill, there are savory choices down to the selection of Napa Valley Monticello Vineyards as the signature wines for Old Waverly.

Luxury accommodations for the most discriminating guests and members are also an important aspect of the Old Waverly experience. Many members and guests enjoy using the seven, four bedroom cottages on the shores of Lake Waverly. Each cottage has a common living center with a sitting area, wet bar, coffee station, under-the-counter refrigerator with icemaker, microwave and covered porch with a panoramic view of the lake and the course. Each bedroom has a private bath and individual flat-screen television. Private villas and condominiums, and complete luxury homes, are also available. And to meet the desires of these guests and members, Old Waverly provides lighted Rubico tennis courts, a swimming pool complex and fitness center.

Sir Walter Scott's hero, Edward Waverley, as he headed home passed through a royal park. Scott writes of his experience, “With a mind more at ease, Waverley could not have failed to admire the mixture of romance and beauty which renders interesting the scene through which he was now passing…” Everyone who passes through Old Waverly today cannot help but experience “a mind more at ease.” Each person who plays on the course and watches their ball fall to the bottom of the hole and then looks to the nature that surrounds each green cannot help but “admire the mixture of romance and beauty.” Old Waverly is not just about golf; Old Waverly is about living-successfully.

River Birch Golf Club

60007 Dendy Dr, Amory, MS ‎

(662) 256-3419

Big Oaks Golf Course

3481 Big Oaks Blvd, Saltillo, MS

‎ (662) 844-8002

Built in 1995 by golf architect Tracy May, Big Oaks Golf Club is a scenic 250 acre layout with over 70 acres of challenging golf with water features on almost every hole. Big Oaks is located just minutes from the Mall at Barnes Crossing in Tupelo, MS and is a semi-private course allowing both memberships and public access 7 days a week.

The course was purchased by John and Debbie Soward in December of 2000, shortly before that a brand new 6,000 square foot clubhouse was added featuring a grill area providing great food and beverages, banquet room for all types of occasion, and a pro shop filled with merchandise for every golfer. Originally built with bent grass greens, Big Oaks installed Champion Bermuda greens in the summer of 2009. John Soward passed away in May 6, 2010. Debbie continues to run the golf course and is now the sole owner.

Big Oaks also offers the area largest practice facility complete with an 8,000 square foot putting green, elevated green chipping area, sand bunkers, and a multiple target driving range large enough to practice every club in your bag.

The Ole Miss Golf Course

147 Golf Club Rd, 147 Golf Club Road, Oxford, MS ‎

(662) 234-4816

The Ole Miss Golf Course is nestled in the progressive and exciting college town of Oxford, MS. It is located only a couple of miles from the University of Mississippi's main campus, the University-Oxford airport, and downtown Oxford. The Ole Miss Golf Course provides an excellent getaway for individuals and Entrance Signfamilies of all ages. The layout and design of the course provides enjoyment and challenge for golfers of all ability levels.

Designed by Cary Middlecoff, the Ole Miss Golf Course opened in 1973. Facilities include an 18 hole golf course, driving range, putting and chipping greens, Pro Shop, and dressing rooms.

The Ole Miss Golf Course falls under the umbrella of the Landscape Services Department at the University. In addition to the Golf Course, Landscape Services is responsible for maintaining all campus grounds and management of the University-Oxford Airport.

Columbus Country Club

2331 Military Rd, Columbus, MS ‎

(662) 328-4837

Whispering Pines Golf Course

555 Similer Blvd , Columbus, MS 39710 ‎

(662) 434-7932

Kirkwood National Golf Club

277 Palmer Ln, Holly Springs, MS ‎

(662) 252-4888

Kirkwood National Golf Club & Cottages is situated in The Hills Region of north Mississippi, just south of historic Holly Springs .

Conveniently located just 35 miles southeast of Memphis, Kirkwood National is only thirty minutes north of Oxford, home of the University of Mississippi, and an hour east of Tunica. Kirkwood National is the perfect choice for first-class golf, meeting and banquet facilities and accommodations.

You will thoroughly enjoy the wooded sanctuary of Kirkwood National, hidden enough to be private, close enough to be convenient; where what you discover will bring you back.

Pontotoc Country Club

333 Fairway Dr, Pontotoc, MS

‎ (662) 489-1962

In 1964, a group of five men went to the bank and signed a note to purchase 80 acres of land from the Lockhart family to build a nine hole golf course. These charter members, Charles Thomas, George Simon, Al Williams, Farrell Berryhill, and Willing Boone then sold shares to seventy five individuals.

Bel Air Golf Course

2107 Country Club Rd, Tupelo, MS ‎

(662) 841-6446

Okolona Country Club

Mississippi 41, Okolona, MS

‎ (662) 447-2033

Green Oaks Golf Club

326 Green Oaks Dr, Columbus, MS

‎ (662) 328-3879

Green Oaks Golf Club was founded as a semi-private non-profit golf club in 1973, and is owned by the members of Green Oaks Golf Club. Because we are a non-profit, we can offer very low prices for a quality golf experience.

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