Dancing Rabbit Golf Club
 

Built upon the ancestral lands of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, Dancing Rabbit Golf Club is a celebration of their rich culture, as well as their perseverance. Dancing Rabbit Golf Club commemorates one of the most popular assembly grounds on the ancient Choctaw tribal lands named for its location on the banks of the Big and Little Dancing Rabbit Creeks not far from the Club House. In the Choctaw language it is BOK CHUKFI AHITHA, "the creek where rabbits dance." It was like a well-tended park--beautiful, spacious--beneath a canopy of mature trees..

Together, The Azaleas and The Oaks claim more than 14,000 breath-taking yards of rolling hills and woodlands courtesy of legendary designer Tom Fazio and PGA great Jerry Pate. For more information visit dancingrabbitgolf.com.

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