Designed by renowned architect Joe Finger in 1966, the 18-hole golf course of Ellendale Country Club is a challenging, Par 72, 7165 yards stretching through the scenic landscape of South Louisiana. Ellendale has emerged as one of the finest private clubs in the region following a two million dollar renovation of the golf course which included tee boxes, green surrounds, fairways, new mounding, lakes, water features, and more recently a new multi-million dollar clubhouse.
Ellendale is an annual tour stop on the Adams Golf Pro Tour Series and plays host to some of the top professionals in the game each year in the Fakier Open. The club also regularly plays host to top amateur events such as the Louisiana State Amateur, 4-Ball, and Mid Amateur tournaments.
Many of golf’s greats have walked the fairways of Ellendale over the years, including Masters Champions Craig Stadler and Bubba Watson. Walk in the footsteps of champions at Ellendale Country Club.
Ellendale Country Club
- 18-hole course, Par 72
- The 1st U.S. Kids Golf Family Friendly Golf Course in the Gulf State Section of the PGA
- An annual tour stop on the Adams Golf Pro Tour Series: Fakier Open
- Course Record: Bubba Watson, 63