Joseph M. Bartholomew, Sr.
Municipal Golf Course
6514 Congress Drive
New Orleans, Louisiana 70126
The Joseph M. Bartholomew Golf Course is an 18-hole, public course with a yardage of 6,665 at its longest tees, playing to a par of 72.
Originally opened as the Pontchartrain Golf Course in 1956, this course was renovated in 1979 and renamed to honor the first African-American inducted in the Greater New Orleans Sports Hall of Fame.
- Newly Renovated, Year Round Golf
- Double Ended Driving Range
- Open to the Public
- ProShop & Café
- Senior, Youth and Twilight Rates
- 8’ Cart Paths/ 5 Miles Cart Paths
- Emerald Bermuda Greens
- 419 Bermuda Fairways / 40 acre Fairways
- 2 Practice Greens
- 9 Lakes
- Four tee boxes in each hole
- Rental Clubs and Carts
- Online Tee Time Scheduling Encouraged
Herchel Clady Co-Chair
Edward Holmes Co-Chair
David L. Washington Co-Chair
Ron Regan Co-Chair
The Carl Holmes Executive Development Institute was born out of the effort to address the problem of African Americans in the fire service being denied the opportunity to receive cutting edge management training. The concept proposed by Carl Holmes, then Assistant Chief of the Oklahoma City Fire Department, was to have African American instructors deliver course material in the area of their expertise or current area of management within the fire service.
Moving past our 27 year mark, EDI continues to strive to prepare Firefighters through Chiefs with the skills necessary to successfully move through the ranks in the fire service. There are still many who have not heard of EDI and could benefit greatly from attending. Many graduates from various backgrounds have already benefited from the training received at The Carl Holmes Executive Development Institute.