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The Lake Charles Country Club boasts of having one of the finest conditioned championship golf courses in the South. A major renovation, completed in 2003, brought the course to its current level with state-of-the-art Tif Eagle greens and Tif Sport fairways. The Lake Charles Country Club has played host to numerous USGA and Professional events with famous players such as Sam Snead, Chi Chi Rodriguez, Lee Trevino, Hal Sutton, Willie Wood, and Mike Heinen. Mr. Gary Little, who served as the Club’s Head Golf Pro for 28 years, was an excellent player who won several tour events.
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Mens Golf

Finding a game is a cinch at the club with 4 major Men’s groups hosting regular games and tournaments. The “Mafia”, "The 2 O'clock Game”, “Untouchables”, and "Apple Gang" are all eager to add new golfers to their games. The MGA plays host to all of the clubs championship events and supervises Men’s handicaps. Golf has never been better at the Lake Charles Country Club.
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Ladies Golf

Ladies golf is alive and well at the Club with the LGA hosting several annual formats and Championship events. Ladies play-days are Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 9am. For those just beginning or looking for a few noncompetitive rounds, the Ladies group supports a 9-Hole group who are more into just having fun! Most LGA events involve socials so plan on having a great time with each competition.

Junior Golf

The Lake Charles Country Club loves Junior golf! Many of our Juniors have grown up to play high school, college and professional golf. The LCCC hosts several competitive Junior events and supports our Juniors with playdays, special instruction, and reduced rates for membership.
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Golf Instructions & Clinics

The Lake Charles Country Club is a full-service instruction golf club. It is home to a full size driving range, short game facility, and 6000 sq/ft of putting green. The professional staff, two PGA Class A Professionals and one Apprentice Professional. We are equipped to provide private and group clinics. We have a weekly Ladies Clinic every Wednesday at 9am which covers a different stroke each week. You can join the group at anytime by calling the Pro Shop. The Lake Charles Country Club also specializes in a Junior Golf Clinic every summer.

Click here for Golf Rules & Regulations

Bicycle, Jogging, and Recreational Walking. Our facilities are costly to build and maintain and are dedicated to specific purposes. The golf course is and always will be a golf course. Its primary purpose is to allow our members to play golf, and it is maintained accordingly. The use of the golf course for walking, jogging, bike riding, skateboarding, and other non-golfing activities is incompatible with this primary purpose, not only because it interferes with golf but because it creates an unnecessary risk of injury. Any person who is not a bona fide member or guest of the club is not permitted to use the golf course for any purpose at any time. Bona fide members (and their immediate families) may walk or jog on the golf course only before 7:00 a.m. and after sunset but do so at their own risk. No wheeled items (e.g., bicycles, skates, skateboards, scooters, etc.) are ever permitted on the golf course, with the sole exception of golf carts.

Golf Carts. It is Club policy to permit the membership and their guests the privilege of operating golf carts as provided by the Club during the play of a round of golf and to transport themselves and their equipment to and from the practice range.

a. Members are strictly responsible for their guests and their own safe operation of the golf carts so as not to interfere with fellow players’ enjoyment of the game, and at all times guarding against injury to persons or damage to property, especially the playing surfaces of the golf course.

b. Golf carts shall not be rented to nor operated by individuals under sixteen (16) years of age. The golf cart operator must hold a valid driver’s license.

c. All golf carts are restricted to paths on all Par 3’s (3, 6, 14, and 16) and additionally numbers 7, 8, and 11 at all times. During periods of inclement weather, the Golf Course Superintendent (or in the Golf Course Superintendent’s absence, the Golf Professional) shall determine whether to restrict golf cart operation to the cart path entirely. The decision is based on potential injury to the players or turf conditions. If the golf carts are restricted to the paths, the signs at the No. 1 and No. 10 tees will so indicate.

d. The Golf Professional is responsible for assigning golf carts and recording or collecting golf cart rental fees.

e. All Members and theirs guests are required to obey all golf cart signs on the course and displayed in the golf cart itself. The Club reserves the right to refuse or cancel use of a golf cart without refunding any fees to any person not following golf cart rules or policies established by the Club.

f. Extreme caution in the operation of golf carts must be exercised at all times. The Club assumes no responsibility for accidents or damage caused by golf carts. Reckless driving or violation of golf course or golf cart rules may result in forfeiture or suspension of the privilege of golf cart usage and the privilege of playing golf on the course itself.

g. No more than two (2) players and two (2) golf bags per cart are allowed without prior approval of the Golf Professional.

h. Golf carts shall not be driven within the designated restricted area of the aprons of greens and shall not be driven through muddy or standing water areas.

i. The Golf Professional shall determine when conditions are sufficiently crowded to not permit single carts on the course.

j. All players agree, by signing with signature upon joining the Club, to pay or reimburse the Club for any and all charges arising out of or due to breakage, shortage, or damage to the golf cart other than ordinary wear and tear. The golf cart operator (and sponsoring member if the operator is the guest of a member) agrees to indemnity and hold the Club and its officers, directors, and employees harmless from any and all injury, damage, or claims of any nature whatsoever whether to person, property, or both that may arise out of or result from or through the use of the golf cart by the person operating the cart.

k. Small children, age five (5) years and under, are not permitted to ride in golf carts while their parents are playing golf.

l. Golf carts are not to be taken off the golf course or left in the parking lot or any location other than the golf cart staging area.

m. The use of golf carts by spectators during Club tournaments may be allowed at the discretion of the Golf Professional.

n. Enforcement of the golf cart rules shall be the responsibility of all Members, the Golf Professional, and the Golf Professional’s staff. Violations shall be reported to the Golf Professional’s staff, which in turn will report all violations to the Greens Committee. The Greens Committee shall recommend to the Board appropriate action and possible fines. Both the driver and the passenger, if they are Members, may be sanctioned for violations.

Privately Owned Carts. Privately owned golf carts are permitted with restrictions as written in the private cart agreement. All vehicles privately owned must be registered through the golf shop and pay applicable golf or non-golf trail fees to drive cart on Club property. All above golf cart policies apply to privately owned golf carts.

Dress Code. All persons using the golf course, practice tee, putting green, and other practice areas must wear shirts with sleeves and collar. It is a dress code violation for men ten (10) years or older to be in these areas in collarless or sleeveless shirts. Ladies may wear collarless shirts with sleeves as long as they are conservatively tailored and sleeveless shirts as long as they have collars. T-shirts, shirts without sleeves, and tank tops are not permitted, nor are blue jeans, dungarees, cutoffs, swim wear, or football jerseys.

a. For both men and women, walking shorts should be of conservative tailoring. Walking shorts with a seven (7) inch inseam and sixteen (16) inch out seam are proper, or preferably not more than three (3) inches above the knee.

b. Women may wear slacks at any time. Skirts are expected to be no higher than four (4) inches above the top of the knee.

c. For junior boys under age ten (10), running shorts, basketball shorts, cutoffs, swimming trunks, or shorts without pockets are unacceptable.

d. For ladies and junior girls, cutoffs, string or halter-tops, and tennis or swimming attire are not acceptable.

e. No one is allowed to be on any greens, including practice greens, except in approved golf shoes.

f. Club management will deny golf course privileges to any individual whose attire is not considered appropriate. Appropriate attire is available in the golf shop. Members are encouraged to patronize the golf shop.

g. Members are responsible for acquainting their guests, including children, with these dress rules.

Click here for Golf Rules & Regulations

Bicycle, Jogging, and Recreational Walking. Our facilities are costly to build and maintain and are dedicated to specific purposes. The golf course is and always will be a golf course. Its primary purpose is to allow our members to play golf, and it is maintained accordingly. The use of the golf course for walking, jogging, bike riding, skateboarding, and other non-golfing activities is incompatible with this primary purpose, not only because it interferes with golf but because it creates an unnecessary risk of injury. Any person who is not a bona fide member or guest of the club is not permitted to use the golf course for any purpose at any time. Bona fide members (and their immediate families) may walk or jog on the golf course only before 7:00 a.m. and after sunset but do so at their own risk. No wheeled items (e.g., bicycles, skates, skateboards, scooters, etc.) are ever permitted on the golf course, with the sole exception of golf carts.

Golf Carts. It is Club policy to permit the membership and their guests the privilege of operating golf carts as provided by the Club during the play of a round of golf and to transport themselves and their equipment to and from the practice range.

a. Members are strictly responsible for their guests and their own safe operation of the golf carts so as not to interfere with fellow players’ enjoyment of the game, and at all times guarding against injury to persons or damage to property, especially the playing surfaces of the golf course.

b. Golf carts shall not be rented to nor operated by individuals under sixteen (16) years of age. The golf cart operator must hold a valid driver’s license.

c. All golf carts are restricted to paths on all Par 3’s (3, 6, 14, and 16) and additionally numbers 7, 8, and 11 at all times. During periods of inclement weather, the Golf Course Superintendent (or in the Golf Course Superintendent’s absence, the Golf Professional) shall determine whether to restrict golf cart operation to the cart path entirely. The decision is based on potential injury to the players or turf conditions. If the golf carts are restricted to the paths, the signs at the No. 1 and No. 10 tees will so indicate.

d. The Golf Professional is responsible for assigning golf carts and recording or collecting golf cart rental fees.

e. All Members and theirs guests are required to obey all golf cart signs on the course and displayed in the golf cart itself. The Club reserves the right to refuse or cancel use of a golf cart without refunding any fees to any person not following golf cart rules or policies established by the Club.

f. Extreme caution in the operation of golf carts must be exercised at all times. The Club assumes no responsibility for accidents or damage caused by golf carts. Reckless driving or violation of golf course or golf cart rules may result in forfeiture or suspension of the privilege of golf cart usage and the privilege of playing golf on the course itself.

g. No more than two (2) players and two (2) golf bags per cart are allowed without prior approval of the Golf Professional.

h. Golf carts shall not be driven within the designated restricted area of the aprons of greens and shall not be driven through muddy or standing water areas.

i. The Golf Professional shall determine when conditions are sufficiently crowded to not permit single carts on the course.

j. All players agree, by signing with signature upon joining the Club, to pay or reimburse the Club for any and all charges arising out of or due to breakage, shortage, or damage to the golf cart other than ordinary wear and tear. The golf cart operator (and sponsoring member if the operator is the guest of a member) agrees to indemnity and hold the Club and its officers, directors, and employees harmless from any and all injury, damage, or claims of any nature whatsoever whether to person, property, or both that may arise out of or result from or through the use of the golf cart by the person operating the cart.

k. Small children, age five (5) years and under, are not permitted to ride in golf carts while their parents are playing golf.

l. Golf carts are not to be taken off the golf course or left in the parking lot or any location other than the golf cart staging area.

m. The use of golf carts by spectators during Club tournaments may be allowed at the discretion of the Golf Professional.

n. Enforcement of the golf cart rules shall be the responsibility of all Members, the Golf Professional, and the Golf Professional’s staff. Violations shall be reported to the Golf Professional’s staff, which in turn will report all violations to the Greens Committee. The Greens Committee shall recommend to the Board appropriate action and possible fines. Both the driver and the passenger, if they are Members, may be sanctioned for violations.

Privately Owned Carts. Privately owned golf carts are permitted with restrictions as written in the private cart agreement. All vehicles privately owned must be registered through the golf shop and pay applicable golf or non-golf trail fees to drive cart on Club property. All above golf cart policies apply to privately owned golf carts.

Dress Code. All persons using the golf course, practice tee, putting green, and other practice areas must wear shirts with sleeves and collar. It is a dress code violation for men ten (10) years or older to be in these areas in collarless or sleeveless shirts. Ladies may wear collarless shirts with sleeves as long as they are conservatively tailored and sleeveless shirts as long as they have collars. T-shirts, shirts without sleeves, and tank tops are not permitted, nor are blue jeans, dungarees, cutoffs, swim wear, or football jerseys.

a. For both men and women, walking shorts should be of conservative tailoring. Walking shorts with a seven (7) inch inseam and sixteen (16) inch out seam are proper, or preferably not more than three (3) inches above the knee.

b. Women may wear slacks at any time. Skirts are expected to be no higher than four (4) inches above the top of the knee.

c. For junior boys under age ten (10), running shorts, basketball shorts, cutoffs, swimming trunks, or shorts without pockets are unacceptable.

d. For ladies and junior girls, cutoffs, string or halter-tops, and tennis or swimming attire are not acceptable.

e. No one is allowed to be on any greens, including practice greens, except in approved golf shoes.

f. Club management will deny golf course privileges to any individual whose attire is not considered appropriate. Appropriate attire is available in the golf shop. Members are encouraged to patronize the golf shop.

g. Members are responsible for acquainting their guests, including children, with these dress rules.
Stuart Kramer

Stuart Kramer - Head Golf Pro, General Manager

1992 - 1994
Innisbrook Hilton Resort Golf Club, Assistant Golf Pro
1994 - 2000
Sugar Creek Country Club, Sugarland, TX, Assistant Golf Pro
1999
Awarded Class "A" Member status in Professional Golfers Association of America
2000 - 2004
Willow Fork Country Club, Katy, TX, Head Golf Pro
2004 - 2010
Lake Charles Country Club, Head Golf Pro
2010
Added position of General Manager

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Josh McCullough

Josh McCullough - Assistant Golf Pro & Teaching Pro

2006
Won Regional Championship at Frasch Golf Course with a score of 68
2006
Member of the State Championship Team for Sulphur High School
2006 - 2008
Attended Belhaven University, Jackson, MS, Academic & Athletic Scholarship
2008 - 2010
Attended and graduated from McNeese/Member of MSU golf team
2010
Present Assistant Golf Professional LCCC

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Neel DeRouen

Neel DeRouen - Assistant Golf Pro & Teaching Pro

1983 - 1995
LCCC, Director of Golf
1995 - 1998
LeTriompe, Director of Instruction
1998 - 2009
Gray Plantation, Director of Golf
2005 - 2012
McNeese State University, Men's Golf Coach

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Lake Charles Country Club's Wall of Fame

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