Fallen Oak Golf Club


Golfing is a relatively recent phenomenon in the state of Mississippi. As a result, the majority of courses in the state are fairly modern examples of golf design. And no course exemplifies this better that the Fallen Oak Golf Club. In fact, the course hosted the first Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic, hopefully the first of many competitions.

Designed by Tom Fazio and set in the heart of the De Soto National Forest, the Fallen Oak Golf Club is a particularly lovely course. Groves of pecan and magnolia dot the course’s eighteen holes, along century-old oak trees, streams and lakes. Caddies are available to help the player at all times, so you can take in the atmosphere with the on course beverage service.


With a par of 72 and a yardage of 7,482, it is right to conclude that Fallen Oaks is a championship level course. But rest assured for all the amateurs out there, according to the website there are “Yardages Accessible for Every Skill Level.” There is also a great practice facility available.

Fallen Oaks challenges you right from the start. The first hole par 5 with a left dog leg, numerous water hazards dot the hole, hence the usage of a Water Oak as a hole marker.

The course is known for its long, par 5’s but that doesn’t mean they are the only holes used. The  third hole is a much shorter par 3 where accuracy is paramount. If one is not accurate, the ball heads toward the neighboring marsh.

The fifteenth green is a signature hole of Fallen Oaks. It is the longest hole on the course, over 600 yards from tee to green. Put your caddy to good use here.

Be sure to put your time to good use among the whispering trees of Fallen Oaks.
Number Three at Fallen Oak


24400 Highway 15

North Saucier