Abbeville Louisiana Golf Courses

Abbeville Country Club


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Abbeville Country Club -- I've played worse!
Review by: R J B This course is in need of an overhaul - and it's getting one. Under new management, the course is starting to shape up. Better drainage, cart path extensions, even refurbished club house. All this adds up to great potential. The course itself is rather unremarkable - no sand bunkers, miss the green long and your in a heap of trouble (OB) on many holes, small greens and fairways. Bayou winding its way through the middle of the course. Pace of play is relaxed - if you want to work on your game, there is usually no one pushing from behind. Worth it - yes, but there are much better places to play within 20 minutes (and a few more dollars).
From Southwest Louisiana

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