Dancing Rabbit Golf Club

Dancing Rabbit Golf Club 

If you and your golfing buddies are looking for a destination that truly has it all – championship golf, deluxe accommodations, entertainment & gaming, fine dining – then consider checking out Dancing Rabbit Golf Club at the Pearl River Resort & Casino in Mississippi.

In addition to two 18-hole courses designed by Tom Fazio and Jerry Pate, the resort – owned and operated by the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians – boasts a full-service spa, water park, two casinos, two separate hotels, an inn, great restaurants, pools, non-stop entertainment, and a ton of outdoor activities.

700 Acres of Great Golf

Set among tall pines and oaks in the eastern part of the Magnolia state, Dancing Rabbit Golf Club spreads out over more than 700 acres and consists of the par-72, 7,128-yard Azaleas course and the par-72, 7,076-yard Oaks course. While the courses vary with the Azalea commanding not only length but accuracy and the Oaks featuring more generous fairways and great approach shots, make no mistake, both courses will challenge all facets of your game. Five sets of tee boxes help make the courses accessible and enjoyable to all players.

The surrounding scenery is truly breathtaking and offers a great deal of history.

Amazing Amenities at Pearl River

Take your choice from among the more than 1,000 deluxe guest rooms and suites offered by the Silver Star Hotel, Golden Moon Hotel, and Dancing Rabbit Inn. There are even eight Club House rooms at the golf club with king-size beds, whirlpool baths, views of the golf courses, and use of a golf cart.

From fine dining to pizza and wings to a sports bar to a beach club, Pearl River has all avenues covered when it comes to food. In addition to the many restaurants, there are also several bars and lounges where you can relax and grab a drink.

The resort offers several stay and play packages. Contact the resort directly for current specials.  

Buddy Trip Cost


Travel (by car)

1 hour 15 minutes from Jackson, 2 1/2 hours from Birmingham, 3 hours from Memphis  






  • The Azaleas: Tom Fazio (1997)
  • The Oaks: Tom Fazio (1999)