Superb Fallen Oak course elevates golf in Biloxi, Mississippi

Released on = April 13, 2007, 11:07 am

Press Release Author = GolfPublisher Syndications

Industry = Media

Press Release Summary = Superb Fallen Oak elevates golf in Biloxi. Mississippi golf
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Press Release Body = By Tim McDonald,
National Golf Editor,
Golf Publisher Syndications

BILOXI, Miss. (April 11, 2007) - Fallen Oak is the newest golf course in the Biloxi
area, and it\'s a humdinger - a big,

bold, even spectacular course by a \"A-list\" architect, Tom Fazio.

It\'s financed by MGM Mirage and only guests of the Beau Rivage Casino are invited to
share the glory. That\'s not all: They

won\'t even allow you to take pictures out here; only officially approved photos will
ever grace the pages of non-MGM

Mirage publications.

Nor have they released construction costs. They\'re a little anal about this sort of
thing, but they have the golf course to

back it up.

While technically it isn\'t private, it is exclusive, doing a third of the rounds of,
say, Grand Bear, another top-notch Biloxi

golf course. It\'s a course that should retain its pristine conditioning.

Fallen Oak elevates golf in Biloxi, literally and figuratively. It\'s one of the few
coastal Mississippi golf courses with

substantial elevation changes, and its mere presence will attract golfers to a place
that needs visiting golfers badly. It\'s that


\"If you like golf, and you want to play all the great courses of the world, this
should be on the list,\" Fazio said to the media

when the course opened this past summer. \"This area of the country, Fallen Oak, will
be on the golfer\'s map and in a short

amount of time, it will be the place you have to come to play.\"

I won\'t argue much. It may not be in the same class as Augusta National or Pebble
Beach, but the place is exceptional

from the minute you pull through the gates, after a 20-minute drive from the casino
headlands of Biloxi, through the

Mississippi backwoods.

The service is smothering. Fallen Oak has a vast practice facility, one of the most
pristine I\'ve ever seen. Teak furniture,

neatly-stacked range balls, towels and cold drinks. Everything in the beverage carts
is free except the hard stuff

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April 12, 2007
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