Diamondhead Country Club

The Diamondhead Country Club has been considered as one of Mississippi GolfMississippi’s finest golf courses that offer high quality golfing experience. Golfers of all ability levels coming from the different parts of the globe often flock the resort simply to test their swinging abilities or enjoy nature at its finest. Diamondhead is said to be the only 36-hole golf facility located in the Biloxi Area. This golf club is comprised of two world-class layouts: The Cardinal Course and The Pine Course both developed with rolling terrains that are highlighted by big sand bunkers.

Mississippi GolfThe Pine Course was the club’s first Earl Stone layout that opened in 1970. It features the 6,817-yard par 72 golf play from the layout’s longest tees. The course was given a slope rating of 133 and a course rating of 73.6. The Cardinal Course on the other hand, is another Earl Stone gem, is the club’s second 18-hole facility that opened in 1978. The course offers golfers with a 6,831-yard par 72 play from the longest tees. It was given a course rating of 72.7 and a 132 slope rating on Bermuda grass. These conventional layouts both have the tree-lined fairways as one of the course’s major challenges that even the professionals find it difficult to deal with. In order to get through a tough golf round, golfers need to conquer water features and the well-placed bunkers that come into play. In the Cardinal Course, there are no extra long sand bunkers and parallel fairways.

Aside from the challenging holes, the Diamondhead Country Club also offers eight clay tennis courts that has the lighted hydra, a 5,400-square feet banquet and meeting space, and an American Bistro that serves exceptional menus. For those who would want to spend a relaxing evening with friends can try the 19th Hole Bar and Grill.


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