Despite all the attractions old and new in New Orleans, one place the city has historically come up short is on the golf course. But even that is no longer true. This past spring, the TPC of Louisiana opened just outside the city. Owned by the PGA Tour, the facility is the latest in the Tournament Player's Club Network (also known as stadium courses), and is purely public, which instantly made it the premier venue for visitors. It will host the city's PGA Tour event, previously held at a private club, and will even feature local Cajun and Creole cuisine in the clubhouse.

For golfers, gourmands, art and history buffs, shoppers, conventioneers, or just plain tourists, it's never been easier to have a big time in The Big Easy.



what's new in new orleans
café adelaide, (504) 595-3305, www.loewshotels.com/hotels/
neworleans/features_dining.asp

canal streetcar line, (504) 339-5087, www.canalstreetcar.com

city park, (504) 482-4888,
www.neworleanscitypark.com

contemporary arts center,
(504) 528-3805, www.cacno.org

loews new orleans hotel, (504) 595-3300, www.loewshotels.com

louisiana artworks,
(504) 523-1465,
www.artscouncilofneworleans.org

louisiana children's museum, (504) 523-1357, www.lcm.org

national d-day museum, (504) 527-6012, www.ddaymuseum.org


ogden museum of southern art, (504) 539-9600,
www.ogdenmuseum.org