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Diamondhead Country Club -Cardinal

7600 Country Club Cir, Diamondhead, Mississippi, 39525
Type: Semi-Private, open to the public
No. Holes: 18
228-255-3910
Architect: Earl Stone (21)
                      
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The Diamondhead Country Club, Golf, and Tennis, located in the center of Diamondhead, Mississippi, offers two 18 hole championship golf courses, The Pine Course and The Cardinal Course.

The Diamondhead Country Club, Cardinal Golf Course first opened for play in 1978. The course was designed by Earl Stone.

The Cardinal offers up wooded, gently rolling terrain with no parallel fairways and extra long sand bunkers.

The Diamondhead Country Club Cardinal Golf Course plays to 6,831 yards from the back tees. The course rating is 72.7 with a slope rating of 133. Par for The Cardinal Golf Course is 72.

The Diamondhead Country Club, Pine Golf Course first opened for play in 1970. The course was designed by Earl Stone.

The Pine has well placed bunkers and water that comes into play on many shots.

The Diamondhead Country Club, Pine Golf Course plays to 6,817 yards from the back tees. The course rating is 73.6 with a slope rating of 133. Par for The Pine Golf Course is 72.

This course has been reviewed 1 time
Golf Course ranker Photo, David Theoret
Crossville, TN

Guest (cart included), played on Monday, March 2021 at 10:00 AM

Although Biloxi, MS is best known for its beaches and casinos, its appeal to golfers and golf travelers is growing quickly. Coastal Mississippi has some amazing and stunning golf courses, with plenty of courses for the public to play, numerous restaurants to eat at, and the opportunity to win big at one of the many casinos. It’s a chance for a hole-in-one and a million-dollar jackpot all in the same day! There are 12 courses immediately in the Biloxi area; several more if you don’t mind putting a few miles on the rental car. Here’s my take on a few of them.

Diamondhead Country Club is one of those courses that take a little longer to get to but is well worth the trip. Diamondhead has 36 holes of challenging golf. The Pine Course is skillfully carved into rolling terrain that is rarely seen this close to the coast. It features strategically placed bunkers and water comes into play on a number of holes. Diamondhead’s Cardinal Course is more wooded, with less undulation in the terrain. You’ll find no parallel fairways and several extra-long sand bunkers that seem to appear from nowhere. If you’re looking for scenic beauty and some of the best greens on the gulf coast, come on down! Diamondhead also has the only indoor/outdoor Golf Academy along The Secret Coast.

When it comes to dining options, you can’t go wrong with what each of the casinos has to offer: incredible buffets as well as high-end steakhouses. Get outside the casinos and head into the towns of Ocean Springs and Biloxi and I have a couple of suggestions. Patio 44 in Biloxi is known for its fresh take on classic Creole-style dishes that incorporate the freshest ingredients available from the Delta and Gulf Coast regions, dishes like shrimp and grits, fried catfish tacos, and seafood gumbo. The Buckhead Certified Angus Beef they serve is aged for a minimum of 21 days. Patio 44 also offers one of the most unique – and delicious – appetizers I’ve ever had. Their Debris Fries are a “southern take” on Canadian poutine. Perfectly cooked French fries with braised beef trimmings, brown gravy, and melted cheese, garnished with green onions. It’s a must!

Maison de Lu is Ocean Springs is another great choice. New Jersey native Luann Ellis left the snow and headed for Gulf Coast over 20 years ago and now calls Ocean Springs home. Maison De Lu is located in the heart of downtown Ocean Springs and serves some interesting creations. The Goat Cheese Torte is delicious; layered with sundried tomatoes and pesto and served with warm pita chips. The New Zealand Rack of Lamb is sliced into chops and served with the sauce du jour. The side dishes are amazing; Roasted Red Beets, Roasted Mushrooms and Onions, and a great alternative to potatoes, Twice Baked Cauliflower.

This is just a brief glimpse into everything Coastal Mississippi has to offer golfers. From great drives on the course to short drives to everything you want to do off the course, The Secret Coast has got you covered.

Would travel: 60-120 Miles, Vacation Worthy
Bottom line: I would play again, Better than average course for the area, Ranks with the best in this price level, Best course in the area
 
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Rank ID # : 029889
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