Mississippi Golf Packages

There are 153 golf courses in amazingly diverse regions of Mississippi - all of which are quietly receiving accolades and recognition on a national level. Mississippi is perhaps golf’s best kept secret, Combine a Mississippi golf package with the fastest growing casino resort market in the USA for an unforgettable golf trip.

While Your Golf There is now the world's largest golf travel company, our roots are in the Gulf States. Mississippi golf is in our backyard and we know the Mississippi Golf Trail. Nobody can beat our knowledge and buying power in Mississippi!

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Featured Golf Destinations

Featured State Golf Resort

The Bridges, Gulf Port, Mississippi

With golf courses receiving prestigious awards and titles such as “America’s Best New Bargain,” “Best New Public Golf Course,” and “Top 10 in Value,” Mississippi golf is reaching its stride. Arguably, the best golf in the state can be found in the coastal region of Mississippi. With dozens of quality golf courses, such as Diamondhead Golf Course, The Grand Bear Golf Course, The Oaks Golf Course, and The Preserve Golf Course, the Biloxi/Gulfport area is an immediate front runner in any conversation about golf destinations. Stay at any number of quality casinos in the area (may we recommend the Isle of Capri, Hollywood Casino Bay St. Louis, or the Palace Casino Resort) and see why Biloxi, Mississippi is called “Vegas with a ‘Southern Drawl’”. The statewide, year-long warm weather is a point of state pride and you’ll leave wearing a smile from your Mississippi golf trip.

Why book a Mississippi Golf Vacation Package?

  1. Mississippi golf course, Shell Landing, has been named “Best in State” by Golf Week.
  2. Arnold Palmer’s The Bridges and Jack Nicklaus’s Grand Bear were crafted by the best rivals in sports…the courses do not disappoint that heritage.
  3. The Mississippi Gulf Coast has twice in the past 40 years tried to have its name legally changed to the “Golf Coast”.