"I have one word to describe it, 'Lovely, simply lovely'. We're from St. Martinville and it's our first time here. We want to come back when it warms up a little, but we're going out for a third nine, if you have room."
"We enjoyed the day. Our group plays all over, and this is one of our favorite places. The course is in good shape and we all like the layout. We'll be back soon!"
"Every person I’ve talked to really enjoys the course. The new pavilion on the front nine is a nice addition. Congratulations on a great facility!"
"Absolutely amazing! We’re from Boston area and to play a course like this cost over $150. We’re going to have to move to Patterson!"
"We're from the Houston area and decided to play a few courses in Louisiana and we're all in agreement that this is our favorite. This is our final stop, Course #6, and we're very pleased...definitely made the trip worthwhile!"
"One of the best things about my son playing here are the uneven lies. He hasn't experienced that. The ball above your feet, below your feet...he plays to a 4 handicap but our home course is flat. He's starting to see that you have to make adjustments. It's good for his game."
"This course is a joy to play! I've played all the courses in the San Antonio area and this one has them all beat. It was a pleasure to play."
"The greens here are very nice. I like the way the ball rolls. They get speedy in the afternoon. Hit a few putts on the practice green, and it will help you with your touch on the course. You'll like it!"
"When we consider host sites, the Atchafalaya is always in the conversation. We've had several events there and plan to have more. Players really enjoy it."
"This is one of the prettiest courses I’ve ever played. I’m a member of a group in the Atlanta area where I belong to a club that gives you privileges at many other courses. Even though the courses are excellent in my area – I really love this course!"
"My son-in-law plays a lot in the Houston area...some of the best golf in the south...and this is his favorite course. Speaks well of the Atchafalaya!"
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