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ManyTiger
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Member since Jun 2020
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Beau Chene
Looking at making the trek down there for Veterans Day. What kind of shape is it in? Which course should we play?


caliegeaux
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Member since Aug 2004
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re: Beau Chene
hosted around 6-8 tournaments recently, so they've kept it up nicely. greens were rolling nice smooth and quick when i played Friday and Saturday.

my opinion, magnolia is the more "forgiving" of the 2 courses.......little wider\more forgiving fairways.

oak, while the front 9 is mostly meh..there are 2 holes (#4 going to the tchefucnte and #5 a Par3 over a cut of the river) that are nice........the back 9, starting at 12, is probably my favorite 9 on both courses.
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ManyTiger
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Member since Jun 2020
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re: Beau Chene
Thanks


wish i was tebow
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re: Beau Chene
Really depends on what you want. Mag more open and more fun in my opinion. Oak better looking holes. But somewhat tighter course.

Both courses were in good shape when I played recently. They’ve done a really good job with the course in the last few years.

I almost always play the Mag when given the choice.


Kato
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New Orleans
Member since Nov 2006
1799 posts

re: Beau Chene
Can guests play there or do you have to be with a member?


wish i was tebow
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re: Beau Chene
A member would have to either play with you or vouch for you I believe.


Kato
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New Orleans
Member since Nov 2006
1799 posts

re: Beau Chene
Gotcha, thanks


ElderTiger
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Planet Earth
Member since Dec 2010
5274 posts

re: Beau Chene
quote:

A member would have to either play with you or vouch for you I believe.


Green fee ?


wish i was tebow
Arizona Fan
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Member since Feb 2009
45794 posts

re: Beau Chene
No clue. My Dad has been a member my whole life. I’ve never paid to play out there


Kato
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New Orleans
Member since Nov 2006
1799 posts

re: Beau Chene
I’m just saying, if there was a TD Beau Chene golf outing around Christmas, this paying guest would be down


wish i was tebow
Arizona Fan
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Member since Feb 2009
45794 posts

re: Beau Chene
Haha I’m not even supposed to be playing out there. I’m too old. But I know everyone there and they don’t care.

It’s really nothing special. the big pro of Beau Chene is having 2 courses. But the courses themselves are fine


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fischd1
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Mandeville
Member since Dec 2007
1794 posts

re: Beau Chene
Play the Oak course and the greens are very fast.


moock blackjack
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50943 posts

re: Beau Chene
Oak has more white stakes that make tougher then Mag


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jamboybarry
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re: Beau Chene
Greens on the oak are as fast as I’ve ever seen then


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GWfool
George Washington Fan
Member since Aug 2010
2225 posts

re: Beau Chene
Played the magnolia last Friday as a reciprocal as our course undergoes a renovation. Enjoyed it but was cold as hell and we were basically the only people on the course.

That was the most saturated I have ever seen a course. Is that normally the case out there? One course drain better than the other?


BengalBlood81
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2014
1105 posts

re: Beau Chene
The drainage is poor on both courses so the winter time without sunlight makes it very tough to play


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