Fallen Oak at Beau Rivage

Fallen Oak at Beau Rivage 

Located along the shores of the Gulf of Mexico in Biloxi, Miss., the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino, an MGM Resort property, features everything you and your buddies could need to make a great golf trip.

Much More than a Casino

The 4-star resort has 1740 guest rooms and suites, an 85,000 sq. ft. casino, live entertainment theater, a full-service spa, swimming pool with private cabanas, five gourmet restaurants, and all that the Biloxi waterfront offers including sailing, fishing, beaches, biking, scuba diving, and horseback riding. In addition to several great spots to grab some drinks, the Beau Rivage also features Ivory’s Dueling Piano Bar, a treat to enjoy.

You and your crew will want great food here. From a couple of the top restaurants in the state – B.R. Prime and Jia – to the many other options including: Stalla (Italian), Coast Seafood & Brew (super local fresh seafood and more than 40 craft beers), Terrace Café, Pool Bar & Cafe, and the incredible casino Buffet, the options are endless.

Golf Along the Forest

The golf at Beau Rivage is in a word – spectacular.

Home to the Champions Tour’s Rapiscan Systems Classic in March, the par-72, 7,500-yard Tom Fazio-designed Fallen Oak Golf Course challenges players with tree-lined holes weaving their way across 510 acres and along the De Soto National Forest.

With some pretty dramatic elevation changes and more than 4,000 oaks, pines, magnolias surrounded by streams, ponds and wetlands, Fallen Oak offers a truly natural feel. The course, which is only open to guests of Beau Rivage, incorporates ten bridges throughout and cart paths are purposely concealed so as to blend into the terrain.

Built to look like an Acadian-style Southern mansion, Fallen Oak’s 12,000-sq. ft. clubhouse features a pro shop, locker facilities, plus a lounge and restaurant that features great views of the 9th and 18th holes.

Buddy Trip Cost


Travel (by car)

1 hour from Mobile, 2 1/2 hours from Baton Rouge, 4 1/2 hours from Tallahassee







  • Tom Fazio (2006)