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18 Hole golf course + practice facility. Very nice bar and Grill. Resonable rates. 5 Different length tee boxes for all skill levels. Located close to all Biloxi Casinos. Exit 44 Cedar Lake south to Popps Ferry then right a few miles - right at...more
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2381 Sunkist Country Club Rd, Biloxi, MS 39532-3114
Decent course with challenging greens but in dire need of a course marshal. On two visits, groups are jumping holes and some are even getting lost on the back nine. A quality marshal would resolve this issue.
Played there today.
Called yesterday and was told that course was in great shape.
Fairways had very little grass and recently sanded greens. On a good day worth $35 but not till they get some grass in the fairways.
Golf 18 holes here last week. The greens are tight & not very well maintained. A lot of mud and bare spot. Granted there was a lot of rain last weekend but no reason for the patchy fairways. Too pricey for condition of course. Would...More
This is a nice, laid back place to play off the busy beach road. It's about 15 mins from beach road, well kept and the scenery is very nice. My husband thought the course was moderately challenging. Workers were very friendly and welcoming.
My husband and I golfed Sunkist Country Club while vacationing in Biloxi. I called for reservations and was told that Tuesday was the best day as they have Leagues other days. Also Tuesday is Senior day so lower priced.
The course was pretty but very...More
Played with members and they were very friendly and helpful, just like the entire staff. The course was in good shape. Fairways had a little fluffy and the greens rolled true. Most greens are elevated and every green is a camel back. You need to...More
Sunkist starts with holes running side by side so is fairly tame, however it gets much more challenging as you move further along. I recently played on a windy day and found the course to be more difficult than the yardage might suggest.
A round of golf in January for someone who lives in Indiana is always good. The course was on good shape for the winter and the greens rolled well. Fairways were in typical winter condition but have good lies. Greens were tough. Nice folks
Narrow and tight course with an exceptionally nice staff. The trees were absolutely beautiful. Not sure if the Beware of Alligator signs were humorous or real, but we never saw any. Nice challenge but very playable from the whites. Driving range, chipping and putting practices....More