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Thursday, March 10, 2011
Black Bear Golf Club Receives Golfweek Recognition for 3rd Consecutive Year
For the third consecutive year, Golfweek magazine has named Black Bear Golf Club in Delhi the number one public access course in Louisiana. The list released in the March 9 issue touted TPC Louisiana at Fairfield in Avondale and Atchafalaya at Idlewild in Patterson along with Black Bear Golf Club in the top five-all of which are part of Louisiana's Audubon Golf Trail.
Black Bear is the only state owned and operated course in Louisiana - managed by the Department of Culture, Recreation & Tourism. Located just six miles off Interstate 20, in Delhi, the course is adjacent to the Poverty Point Reservoir and State Park. READ MORE
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Friday, March 20, 2009
Black Bear named one of Golfweek's Best Courses You Can Play, LA
The supremely isolated test of golf at Black Bear Golf Club continues to rate high marks as the 33-month-old course has moved up to No. 3 in Louisiana among the Best Courses You Can Play in the state as ranked by Golfweek Magazine. The annual rankings were released March 14, 2009 .
Black Bear Golf Club, located in the upper-northeast corner of Louisiana about 30 minutes from Vicksburg, Mississippi and developed as part of Poverty Point Reservoir State Park, was designed by Austin, Texas-based architect Roy Bechtol in collaboration with Randy Russell. The track opened for play in July 2006 and is the home course of Louisiana's Audubon Golf Trail. READ MORE
Actor Samuel L. Jackson visited the course while shooting "The Cleaner" in Shreveport.