New Golf Course Homes in Louisiana

Are you looking to buy a new home in a Louisiana golf course community? Welcome to the Louisiana golf course community section of NewHomeSource.com! New homes on golf courses linked to both public and private golf courses are popular in Louisiana. Whether you are looking for a resort property or gated community there are plenty to choose from. You will find condos and townhomes as well as estate properties to choose from.

Our easy-to-use search tools will help you with your real estate search for golf course homes. You'll find information about club houses, home elevations, floor plans and location on Louisiana golf course communities. Begin your golf course living here!

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New Golf Homes in Louisiana

Welcome to the Louisiana golf course community golf homes section of NewHomeSource.com! Use our tools to find the right golf course home to fit your needs. On our site you'll find information about club houses, home elevations, floor plans and each location across Louisiana.

Enjoy a round of golf in the bayou at one of our 1 Louisiana golf course communities. With 8 customizable plans from 1 builders, finding your perfect golf course new home is simple. Plans vary according to location, community, and builder, though average prices range from 299,000 to 414,000. Average home sizes range from 4 to 4 and 2 to 3. Whether you prefer a golf course community new home by the bayous of New Orleans or in northern Louisiana, New Home Source has what you are looking for.

Stay for a while and enjoy a round of golf at one of our golf course community new homes, just in time for Mardi Gras. Louisiana lies in the southern United States along the Gulf Coast of Mexico with a beautiful subtropical climate. Regular rainfall keeps grass green nine months out of the year for perfect golf greens. The mildly warm winters and hot summers provide good golf weather year round. The Audubon Trail in Louisiana contains 16 different golf courses which host regular scrambles for both large and small parties. Courses on the Audubon trail feature famous designers such as Pete Dye and professional golfers Hal Sutton and David Toms, both Louisiana natives.

The Louisiana Golf Association hosts yearly tournaments, both invitational and open. The Chitimacha Louisiana Open is held every spring along with Amateur tournaments. Not much of a golfer yet? Not a problem. Golf instructor Brian Manzella, one of Golf Digest’s Top 100 Golf Instructors teaches just around the corner in New Orleans.