Golf Course Overview
The Azaleas opened in 1997 and has earned numerous awards and accolades, including a spot in Golf Magazine's Top 100 Courses You Can Play. The 18-hole course stretches 7,128 yards from the back tees, has a USGA slope of 135 and USGA rating of 74.4. Five sets of tees are available, too, for golfers of varying ability. From the front tees the course measures 4,909 yards with a slope of 115 and rating of 68.6.
Located at Pearl River Resort, the Dancing Rabbit Golf Club offers two 18-hole courses, The Azaleas and The Oaks. The courses are carved into the ancient homeland of the Choctaws and span more than 14,000 yards through extraordinary surroundings of rolling hills and woodlands. Fashioned by renowned course designers Tom Fazio and Jerry Pate, the courses at the Dancing Rabbit have earned a reputation for delighting, as well as challenging, their guests.
Together The Azaleas and The Oaks are spread over more than 700 acres. The par 72 courses are set among the rolling hills and plush pine and hardwood forests indigenous to the region while more than two miles of spring-fed creeks and streams wind their way among the holes for added challenge and beauty. The fairways consist of bermuda and zoysia grasses while bentgrass covers the greens.
The clubhouse, designed by Dick Diedrich of Historical Replications, treats guests to some of the finest amenities in the world. Eight lavish and unique guest rooms are available, each with king-sized beds, whirlpool baths, views of the golf facility, and access to the second floor veranda. The clubhouse also contains a casual dining restaurant with a full-service bar and spectacular view of the 18th green. Complimentary daily golf clinics are available for resort guests as well as three contoured putting greens, a chipping green with sand bunkers and seven target greens guarded by bunkers.