Mississippi National Golf Club - A Gautier course holding true to Earl Stone`s legacy
Released on = March 29, 2007, 1:29 pm
Press Release Author = GolfPublisher Syndications
Industry = Media
Press Release Summary = Mississippi National in Gautier holds true to Earl Stone\'s legacy. Mississippi golf course reviews at GulfCoastGolf.com
Press Release Body = By Tim McDonald, National Golf Editor, Golf Publisher Syndications
GAUTIER, Miss. (March 29, 2007) - Like most golf courses along Mississippi\'s coast in the post-Katrina era, Mississippi National Golf Club is unintentionally open; many of the trees that flavored this pleasant, walker-friendly layout were swept away.
Hurricane Katrina hit Mississippi National hard, with trees and debris damaging fairways and greens, not to mention the large boat that ended up in the parking lot.
All of the condos that line the course were put out of action. In fact, the condos are only now finishing touches on their repair, operating at about half capacity.
The course closed for a little more than four months, re-opening in July of last year.
Those playing the course for the first time would probably never know it was battered by a historic storm, unless they were shown photos of pre-Katrina. It remains one of the better courses in this part of the state, and a joy for anyone who enjoys the short game.
\"The greens are rolling true and will hold anything,\" Director of Golf Mike Moddrell said. \"You can practically skull a 3-iron and it will stick.\"
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March 29, 2007 Any opinions expressed above are those of the writer and do not necessarily represent the views of the management.