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Directory & Travel 2017

Contents Volume 7 Issue 1

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Enjoy a round with a classic cigar Shirts go even higher tech for 2017

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The best in new equipment for 2017

New Player course in Branson, also Shangri-La, Cherokee HIlls, Patricia Island WinStar to become 36-hole facility Hot Springs Village overlooked no longer Bella Vista improvements under way Stunning mountain golf in Albuquerque View from the Green Mountain Hello San Francisco! Three public gems Stunning South Africa, Part Two

Departments 10 49 54 77

Letter from the Publisher Oklahoma Private Listings Oklahoma Public Listings Cross Reference

On the cover The Sandia Golf Club near Albuquerque, N.M., is a must for a golf trip to our western neighbor, as is Paa-Ko Ridge, pictured at top of page.

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Directory & Travel Issue 2017 letter from the pu blisher

What will golf industry look like in Oklahoma in 2017? In a state all too accustomed to ranking erages more than 45,000 rounds, although near the bottom of lists in education fund- with the number of courses closing there ing, health care and more, golf has always has been a leveling off of play and some instood out by contrast as one of the areas creases. Pat McCrate, who manages both LaForwhere Oklahoma gets it right. What is the state of our golf industry in tune Park and South Lakes in Jenks, said South Lakes has 2017? Will a new adbenefitted to some ministration and the degree by the closGolfer In Chief help ings of courses on the or hurt? Pinning Highway 75 corridor down where we are such as Cotton Creek as an industry is nevin Glenpool, Okmuler easy, but calling on gee Country Club courses throughout and Clary Fields in the state to update Sapulpa. the new directory is Coffee Creek Golf Club in Edmond. “We’ve picked up always instructive. some rounds and I’m sure Page Belcher has Here’s a bit of what we learned this year. From the year we started this magazine as well,” he said. “But not enough to really in 1993 through 2009, the Directory ex- move the needle financially. “ South Lakes had close to 37,000 rounds panded about every year, sometimes by as many as five to six courses annually. Since played in 2016, about 8,000 below its aver2010 however, it has contracted by more age from 10 years previously. The golf landscape will continue to shift. than 30 courses, and that trend continues. The late January announcement that Cof- Some prominent public and private courses fee Creek Golf Club in Edmond was sold are for sale and some long-term leases by and closed with the new owners looking golf management companies that were very at commercial and residential uses for the favorable to owners but probably make no acreage was another telling moment for the sense in today’s golf economy are set to industry. Unlike previous recent closings – expire in the next two years, making one Clary Fields, Scissortail, Emerald Falls, Cot- wonder what will happen to those courses. One model that is thriving at the moton Creek, Sugar Creek Canyon and others – Coffee Creek was averaging more than ment, probably to the chagrin of many pub30,000 rounds annually, while the others lic course operators, is the modestly priced private course represented by the Lindsey were lucky to be averaging 20,000. Too many of those 30,000 plus rounds, properties such as the Owasso and Broken however, were deeply discounted or at spe- Arrow Golf and Athletic Clubs. Offering cial rates, a trap that many courses fall into private memberships including fitness centers and pools with courses that are on par in an effort to spur play. While the market correction continues in with good public tracks, the two courses urbanized Tulsa and Oklahoma City, also close to Tulsa both reported more than 500 disappearing from the landscape this year members in January. Once again, we would encourage all of were several nine-hole courses in rural areas where the course may have served a small our readers to play this wonderful game as but dedicated clientele from a widespread often as possible and support those facilities area. We hate to see that happen, but some- which appear to be sincere in their desire times all it takes is a couple of long-time to take care of you, provide good playing volunteers moving on and no one to replace conditions and are responsive to issues. We still have a wealth of the best public and prithem. What constitutes success in the industry vate courses imaginable for the cost and we today has been redefined since the 1990s hope you take advantage of that and supwhen many of the top public courses were port them in 2017. averaging more than 60,000 rounds annu– Ken MacLeod ally. Today no public course in the state av10 •••••• www.golfoklahoma.org

Volume 7, Number 1 Golf Oklahoma Offices Southern Hills Plaza 6218 S. Lewis Ave., Ste. 200 Tulsa, OK 74136 918-280-0787 Oklahoma City Office 405-640-9996 Publisher Ken MacLeod ken@golfoklahoma.org COO/Marketing Director A.G. Meyers agm@golfoklahoma.org Art & Technology Director Chris Swafford chris@golfoklahoma.org Subscriptions to Golf Oklahoma are $15 for one year (five issues) or $25 for two years (10 issues). Call 918-280-0787 or go to www.golfoklahoma.org. Contributing photographers Rip Stell, Bill Powell Golf Oklahoma PGA Instructional Staff Jim Woodward Teaching Professional, Oak Tree National jwoodwardgolf@sbcglobal.net, 405-348-2004 Jim Young Teaching Professional, River Oaks CC 405-630-8183 Pat McTigue Manager, GolfTec Tulsa pmctigue@golftec.com Steve Ball Owner, Ball Golf Center, Oklahoma City www.ballgolf.com, 405-842-2626 Tracy Phillips Director of Instruction, Buddy Phillips Learning Center at Cedar Ridge vt4u@yahoo.com, 918-352-1089 Jerry Cozby PGA Professional jerrycozby@aol.com, 918-914-1784 Michael Boyd, PGA Professional Indian Springs Country Club 918-455-9515 Oklahoma Golf Association 2800 Coltrane Place, Suite 2 Edmond, OK 73034 405-848-0042 Executive Director Mark Felder mfelder@okgolf.org Director of Handicapping and Course Rating Jay Doudican jdoudican@okgolf.org Director of Junior Golf Morri Rose morose@okgolf.org Copyright 2017 by Golf Oklahoma Magazine. All rights reserved. Contents may not be reprinted or otherwise reproduced without written permission from Golf Oklahoma. Golf Oklahoma is published by South Central Golf, Inc.


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EQU I PM E N T

Blast it! Hot drivers debut in 2017 by ed travis

Each year the myriad number of club models being introduced can be bewildering for golf consumers. Changes in technology, the differences in design, the use of aerospace materials and how it all affects the performance are critical to making a good buying decision. The bottom line is to find the clubs that will help compensate for your swing flaws, help you score lower and match your wallet. Golf Oklahoma has researched the latest models being offered for next season and here are those we consider significant, spotlighted for our readers. Drivers are a good place to start. Not only are they the flagship for most manufacturers, packed with the latest technology and made with Callaway Golf computer-aided designs plus the most exotic materials but they are the most expensive to Great Big Bertha Fusion driver purchase. Some topline drivers may cost as much as a set of irons. First on our list (it’s alphabetical) is Callaway Golf’s Big Bertha Fusion driver ($400). According to the company the “Big Bertha

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Fusion pushes the boundaries of forgiveness like no Callaway club ever has.” The clubhead has a titanium exoskeleton with the space in between filled with a lightweight very strong carbon composite. The Speed Step from last year is evident on the crown for less aerodynamic drag and the BBF offers a choice of stock Mitsubishi’s Diamana Red shaft lengths, either 44.5 or 45.5 inches. Cobra’s new King F7 driver comes with the Cobra Connect system, an Arccos Driver sensor is embedded in the grip which records every shot via a free smartphone app. The price for the King F7 is $349 and it has lots of features golfers are Cobra King looking for such as a three-posiF7 driver tion adjustable weight system, a thinner version of Cobra’s E9 forged face design and a carbon fiber crown. Add the eight loft setting hosel and a larger profile for a high MOI (resistance to


twisting) and the King F7 is worth checking out. Titleist brings out new woods in odd numbered years and for 2017 there are the 917 D2 (460cc) and 917 D3 (440cc) models with a reversible cartridge weight in the sole to adjust launch trajectory and spin. They make use of the sole slot Titleist introduced in the 915 model and adjustments to the clubface perimeter thickness for better ball speed. The D2 is for recreational players, the D4 for advanced players and both sell for $499. Last year’s M1 and M2 drivers from TaylorMade Golf were an outstanding success and the new M1 and M2 Titleist for 2017 follow up with 917 D2 driver some significant improvements. The M1 2017 adds a carbon composite panel in the sole and a lower density titanium body combined with a thinner

carbon composite crown to save weight. This allowed the T-Track sliding weights to be made larger and with heavier weights for added adjustability. The M2 doesn’t use the sliding weights of the T-Track but does have an enlarged sole slot behind the face that has three times more flexibility. Overall the forgiveness has been enhanced, giving one of the highest driver MOIs on the market. The M1 is $500 and the M2 is $400. We are intrigued by Tour Edge Golf use of Kevlar and what they call SUPERMETAL in the new Tour Edge XJ1 driver. SUPERMETAL is a very light and very strong 9-1-1 titanium alloy that lets more weight be moved to the sole, which in conjunction with a crown made of a Kevlar-carbon combination produces, according to Tour Edge, a higher launch and lower spin. The XJ1 also has a robotically laser bonded titanium face and three tungsten sole weights with heel

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and toe bars for a better resistance to twisting. A replaceable tungsten heel screw completes the package which sells for $700. Wilson Staff used the reMizuno ality show format of Driver JPX900 vs. Driver on the Golf Channel to come up with a new design called the Triton. Not only are there three interchangeable sole weights with 18 placement combinations but replaceable sole plates of titanium and carbon fiber to adjust clubhead center of gravity and therefore launch trajectory. A striking feature at address is the ball width alignment stripe across the crown which Wilson calls the 1:1 Swing Plane Reminder. At this writing Wilson was waiting on the expected approval of the Callaway Triton by the USGA. Steelhead XR Retail price will be $450. Moving over to irons, Callaway has brought back the Steelhead name first used back in 2000 for the Steelhead X-14s with the Steelhead XR. The new XRs have the company’s 360 Face Cup construction with a bar of steelinfused urethane behind the lower part of the face for vibra-

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tion absorption and to lower the center of gravity. A borethrough hosel helps move weight back into the clubhead and they have a progresPing iBlade sive center of gravity. Steelhead XRs do look something like the previous model and with steel shafts a 4-iron through sand wedge set retail for $800. Cobra made lots of sales last year with the King F6 model irons, so for 2017 has the updated King F7 with a thinner face, larger sweet spot and CNC milled grooves. The 3- through 5-irons are a hollow construction with the 6- and 7-irons being half hollow while the scoring irons 8- through pitching wedge are a traditional cavity back. A seven iron set with steel shafts is $699. However, the most interesting development from Cobra are the King F7 One Length irons inspired by Bryson DeChambeau on the Cobra staff this year after winning both the U.S. Amateur and NCAA titles. Each iron is the same length and weighting of a 7-iron on the theory it simplifies set up and, since the same swing is used with each, dispersion decreases for more accuracy. Construction is similar to the regular King F7s as is the price. There’s a whole new iron family from Mizuno for next season, the JPX900s, and while the Tour and Forged models have their points the Hot Metal model is the one for average players. The face is the thinnest the company has ever made and uses a chrome steel alloy with a head de-


2017 Golf Pass is BIGGER AND BETTER! Visit scspgagolfpass.com to order yours today! signed similarly to a metal wood. The cup face construction offers a larger area of high rebound w i t h Srixon Z 565 iron weight distributed around the perimeter of the club. A set with steel shafts of 4-iron through gap wedge is $900. In a word, the iBlade irons from Ping are pretty. . . well may be not pretty, but certainly good looking. They are a redesign of the S55s from 2015 with a thinner top rail, thinner face and a sharp high toe that makes them look great at address. Added heel relief and modified bounce angles help shots from most any lie aided by an elastomer insert to cut vibration and improve feel. Suggested retail with steel shafts is $162.50 each. Srixon is making a push for added market share in the U.S. and has switched all its iron and woods efforts away from Cleveland Golf, which still makes some of the best wedges around, to its own brand. The Z 565 game-improvement irons have a strong steel face plate set in a forged carbon steel body with a full length cavity pocket in the rear.

TaylorMade M2 Grooves have been made five percent larger to produce more spin. A set of eight irons is $1,100. TaylorMade has re-engineered the M2 irons with a thinner topline, shallower blade height and a deeper Speed Pocket plus thinner front wall. Pricing when released on January 17 for the M2 ’17 will be $799 with steel shafts and $899 with graphite. They also introduced a totally new model, the M1 irons for better players, with a tungsten weighting and the face slots from the RSi/PSi models. M2 irons will be $799 with steel shafts, $899 with graphite and the M1 irons $999 steel/$1,199 graphite.

So, when can we get Cubans? by laramie navrath

There’s plenty of talk around the cigar shop. “When can we get Cubans?” is heard on a daily basis and the answer is not simple but fairly straightforward, when the embargo is lifted and the courts rule on branding. With that in mind there is resurgence in brands that are making a splash in the business with Cuban roots. In the late 1800s, Segundo Lopez introduced the Particulares brand in Cuba. Lopez would later go on to establish Byron cigars and the single most renowned cigar in the world: Montecristo. While the latter two brands have continued on in one form or another to this day, the Particulares name was left collecting dust . . . until now. In the summer of 2016, Sindicato revived Particulares and its classic Habano blend that stays true to the cigar’s historic beginnings. Particulares was introduced in 4 sizes and is packaged in authentic, Cubanesque dress boxes of 20 cigars, using the original vista artwork. Particulares incorporates 100% Nicaraguan tobaccos from the Fernandez factory. Using a puro blend

helps to mimic the classic Cuban profile. The Fernandez family’s own “AGANORSA” wrapper tobacco used for this cigar. The leaf is among the most sought-after tobacco in the world. Particulares begins with dark, zesty spices with an underlying sweetness. The draw is great, producing a medium amount of smoke on each puff and a consistent burn. The cigar starts off mild strength, and medium flavors of black pepper and toasty Graham cracker that is contrasting with toffee and anise. Throughout the cigar’s midsection, flavors develop in the form of white pepper and bright notes of nougat. The strength and flavor increase to medium-plus with a medium body. Experience the classic rebirth of this historic brand on your next 9 or 18.

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W hat t hey’re buy i ng

Shirts add sun-screening protection by greg horton

Improvements in golf attire will continue to drive much of the sport’s merchandising in 2017, according to retailers and golf professionals in Oklahoma. Wicking was one of the dominant stories of 2016, and manufacturers are expected to create new blends to increase the breathability and flexibility of fabrics beyond just wicking. “The clothing just keeps getting better,” said Pat McCrate, the director of golf for LaFortune Park Golf Course in Tulsa. “A lot of the buzz I’m seeing is about improving SPF in the game.” McCrate said the trend in sun protection is toward long-sleeve shirts, much like the ones worn by South Korean LPGA golfers. The shirts have to balance the benefits of protecting the skin from direct sunlight while losing the benefits of natural sweat cooling. Golfers also have to factor in breathability and flexibility for long sleeves. Tara Grant, a merchandiser at Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club, said Under Ar-

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“Peter Millar has always had a merino mor has been working on SPF technology in clothing for several years. In fact, UA Golf sweater as part of their collection,” Grant has a clothing line called Sunblock. Whether said, “but they have started producing a silk/ or not the trend becomes truly popular is cotton blend in the same cut. It’s much cooler and very flexible.” likely dependent upon how much inMillar is also working with a dividual golfers worry about sun popular summer fabric that is exposure and skin cancer. rarely associated with seriBreathability is depenous golf: linen. One of the dent on a couple of facmost breathable fabrics tors, but most especially available, linen is also infabric composition. flexible. Millar is blending In recent years, clothit with cotton to improve ing manufacturers have flexibility, and Grant said she added mesh vents to assist with saw some clothing at a trade air flow and cooling, but wickshow that includes a “stretchy” ing relies on manmade fabrics linen from Millar. Clearly, clothlike polyester that are notoriing technology is becoming more ous for not being breathable. and more complicated. Poly-cotton blends have been In terms of golf balls, Bubba around for a long time, and Watson created a storm of while they do help, they still aren’t as breathable as Under Armour coldblack® “controversy”—perhaps Chip In Stripe Polo. just a squall—when he cotton. Manufacturers are now experimenting with unusual blends to added a pink mark to his Titleist V1x balls. While many are happy about the brighter increase cooling and flexibility.


colors in golf, not everyone is impressed. digital technology they want on Both McCrate and Grant said the new Title- the course. That divide between digital and ist V1 and V1x would likely continue to be popular, McCrate noted that his shop sold traditional tools highlights the oftthrough 36 dozen Volvik balls with the lamented downturn in golf since Tiger’s departure. Branmatte finish. don Alford, the golf “We brought pro at Trosper Park in them in around Oklahoma City, menChristmas, tioned Tiger’s impact Over 200 courses now offer GolfBoard rentals. and people on the game when we scooped them talked. Some observers have as an example, Alford said he thinks golfers up, bright colspeculated that Tiger actu- need to have important conversations about ors, too,” Mcally created a bubble that burst how to reach new people. Crate said. The GolfBoard is much like a surfboard when he departed in 2001, and “We had good on wheels for golf. Battle Creek Golf Course golf is back to more “normal” sales on the CalVolvik, the #1 color in Broken Arrow brought in four last sumnumbers. Whatever the case, the laway soccer imprint golf ball on Tour. numbers are down, and Alford is look- mer and found they were so popular that golf balls as well.” GPS technology is getting close to the ing for ways to increase the number of new the club brought in four additional boards for a total of eight for 2017. portable robot phase, it seems. None of the golfers. “Surprisingly, it’s not just the young peo“There are 12.4 million millennials who pros or merchandisers cited big improvements to range finders in 2017. After all, could be playing golf but aren’t,” Alford ple who enjoy them,” said Director of Golf what else can the devices do that they are said. “We’re seeking out ways to get young Dee Roadman. “We’ve had a 70-plus-yearold lady rent one and she had no problems. not already doing? At some point, they can people involved in the game.” Merchandising may not be the way to do It just takes a few holes and you’re comeven get in the way of the game. Sales numbers seem to bear that out, too, as gadget that, but Alford—and McCrate mentioned pletely comfortable.” Sounds fun, and maybe that’s more of sales are down, especially golf watches. the same emphasis—believes that there Golfers seem to have a limit to how much might be some answers. Citing GolfBoards what golf needs to market in 2017.

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Player course to open in Branson by ken macleod

A few key details remain to be confirmed, but the short course designed by Gary Player will open for play to the public and guests of Big Cedar Lodge this spring in Branson. The Player Course hasn’t been officially named yet, nor is the price, opening date or even final number of holes strictly firmed up. All of that is still being finalized by the Big Cedar folks, led by owner Johnny Morris, as he continues to remake Branson into a world-class golf destination. Morris is the founder of Top of the Rock, the unique nine-hole Jack Nicklaus par-3 course set above his spectacular Big Cedar Lodge and home to the Legends of Golf April 17-23. He also acquired – and has been performing major renovations to -- Buffalo Ridge, formerly Branson Creek, the Tom Fazio-design that is one of the top courses in Missouri. The Player Course is a par-3 set on land that was partially used previously by the Murder Rock course that Morris purchased and closed. It cuts through limestone rock formations that are estimated to be 100 18 •••••• www.golfoklahoma.org

million years old and offers spectacular views of the surrounding Ozarks. Insiders in Morris’ operation say the holes and views are superior to just about any par-3 course in the country. The former Murder Rock clubhouse with 360-degree views atop the property has been renovated and will be used for the Player Course. Morris consulted with Player on the design to make certain it accentuated the natural features, including walks on the ridge, staggering tees at unique angles to create panoramas. The two added a series of winding bridges to help transport golfers from hole to hole. “We’ve built more than 300 courses over the years, but never one as drastically stunning as this,” Player said. “The transitions between wonderful rock formations and breathtaking views make this amazing wonder a true national treasure “This is going to be a very special experience and one that people will never forget, with a course that reveals nature’s hidden talents of over 300 million years. Like Augusta when you come up to 11 and can see 12 and then 13, the course unfolds to pres-

ent a story of golf and the Ozarks that is truly amazing.” Details on playing the course will be announced later this spring and available on www.bigcedar.com. Meanwhile, construction continues on the 18-hole course designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw that utilizes higher ground on which Murder Rock sat as well as additional land purchased by Morris. An update will be forthcoming this spring, but Crenshaw told Golf Oklahoma this fall that the setting will be spectacular. “It’s a very, very pretty piece of land that Johnny has up there,” he said. Some greens have been planted, but the course will not open until an undetermined time in 2018.

Cordillera Ranch BOERNE, Texas – Cordillera Ranch – the premier luxury community in the scenic Texas Hill Country – announces construction has begun on a new Outfitter Center that will house its River Club and additional outdoor programs and activities. The new Outfitter Center – set to be


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completed in early 2017 – will be located near the center of the 8,700-acre community, the burgeoning Springs of Cordillera Ranch neighborhood and the Guadalupe River. The facility will house the club’s river and fishing equipment, and provide a pro shop fully stocked with fishing, kayaking and outdoor equipment. Cordillera Ranch staff members will coordinate and conduct guided fishing and river excursions from the Outfitter Center. Residents and members who own their own river equipment can utilize the club shuttle service for river and fishing trips, providing them full river access. The Outfitter Center will also offer kayak, fishing and other outdoor activity sales and repair. “The continued rapid growth of our community and our members’ passions for the sporting lifestyle fueled construction of the new Outfitter Center,” says Charlie Hill, President and Chief Operating Officer for DH Investments, developer of Cordillera Ranch. “Very few clubs and communities embrace the active outdoor lifestyle like Cordillera Ranch.” The River Club is one of seven resort-

Johnny Morris’ team has helped expose ancient limestone rock formations. style clubs at Cordillera Ranch. The other six clubs consist of The Social Club, The Tennis and Swim Club, The Equestrian Club, The Rod and Gun Club, The Spa and Athletic Club and The Golf Club. Perched

high atop one of the many breathtaking hills found in the community, the 40,000 square-foot clubhouse is the social heart of the property, and features member dining facilities, a full fitness center, in-house spa,

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Travel shots locker rooms, special event rooms, wine cellar, member lounge, four outdoor pools and golf shop. Considered one of the most idyllic and desirable Hill Country addresses, Cordillera Ranch recently made available coveted golf course frontage and hill top properties. In 2017, its newest neighborhood – The Springs of Cordillera Ranch, will introduce the area to the newest concepts in Hill Country living. Community honors continue to roll in as well, as Where to Retire Magazine named Cordillera Ranch one of the “50 Best Master-Planned Communities in the U.S.,” and San Antonio Magazine tabbed it one of the best neighborhoods in the area. For more information: www.cordilleraranch.com, 888.66.RANCH.

Shangri-La Resort A 120-room hotel scheduled to open this spring will make your stay-and-play trips to Shangri-La Golf Resort much easier than in past years. Although Shangri-La was often able to book guests into nearby condominiums, guests will experience a new level of service at the Shangri-La Resort Hotel, with

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Artist’s rendering of the new Shangri-La Resort hotel set to open this spring. indoor and outdoor pools, a gym, spa, causal dining, indoor and outdoor bar and grill, a rooftop bar, conference space, splash pad, playground and areas for volleyball, horseshoes and other entertainment. The guests will be able to enjoy ShangriLa’s 27 holes of golf and 13,000-square foot clubhouse featuring the Summit Restau-

rant and the Buffalo Bar. Guests will also have immediate access to the Shangri-La Marina, with two companies offering jet rentals, yacht charters, parasailing as well as slip rentals and boat sales and service. For those who like to gamble, a new casino operated by the Cherokee Tribe has opened less than eight miles from ShangriLa in Grove.


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as WinStar enhances golf experience

Aerial view of the holes at WinStar Golf Club. by steve habel

THACKERVILLE – Those of you who ventured to the southern Oklahoma border just north of the Red River to play the original golf course at the WinStar World Casino & Resort back in 2006 owe yourselves a repeat trip. But when you get there, don’t expect the same kind of challenge you had in previous rounds. This time you better bring your “A” game and perhaps an extra sleeve or two of balls. When the D.A. Weibring and Steve Wol-

ford-designed championship WinStar Golf Course debuted more than 10 years ago, the place was immaculate, fun and forgiving, with wide-open fairways, putting surfaces that were challenging but not overly so and a mentality of getting the golfer around the track as quickly as possible to get them back into the burgeoning casino. Some of that has changed as today’s golf experience is more demanding, with the mowing patterns of the fairways narrowed to require more accuracy off the tee and the speeds on smoother-than-smooth greens quickened to 10.5 or 11 on the St-

impmeter. Now golf at WinStar is just a portion of a “total experience,” as the course, the casino (which is one of the world’s largest) and the property’s hotels are top-drawer in every sense of the word. No expense has been spared to make your WinStar stay – and play – one you’ll want to repeat. “The course and the experience at WinStar is better than it has ever been because we don’t work to bring golfers here – we want those people who want a total entertainment experience who like to play golf as part of that,” WinStar GC general man-

WinStar has tightened fairways and added challenge around the greens.

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Pro shop at WinStar World Casino & Resort ager Michael Ferguson said. “We are not here to drive rounds – we are here to drive experiences.” That attitude begins at the top with the leadership of the Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma, the resort and golf course’s owners and operators. The Weibring-Wolford Group designed WinStar’s original course (now called the East and West nines) to compliment the rustic beauty of its natural setting, featuring sandy natural areas, native prairie grasses, tree groupings, four lakes and native wildlife on 225 acres of Red River basin. It was routed on land that used to be a peanut farm. The WinStar course, originally considered as a respite for the casino rather than a draw on its own, has morphed through the past decade to a 27-hole facility as an additional nine holes, also designed by Weibring and Wolford, opened in 2011. From its opening, the golf course has offered unparalleled customer service and attention to detail – where else outside perhaps Las Vegas and the courses of Scottsdale are you going to find carts with chargers for your cell phone and ceiling fans? – and that level of opulence remains. The 27 holes that now are open for play at WinStar are a solid and demanding test of your game and especially your prowess inside 100 yards and on the greens. Each hole offers its own riskreward challenge and with the new mowing patterns on the fairways and the increased speeds on the putting surfaces, this is very much a position golf course. The golf facility has also added a world-renowned Golf Academy to its list of amenities. The facility’s clubhouse is a 10,000 square-foot beauty that features a pro shop, well-appointed locker rooms, a grill and bar area that features ultra-cool woods and spacious banquet facilities. Another nine-hole expansion from Weibring and Wolford’s design table has been routed and grassed and should be ready for play this summer, perhaps as early as June 1. “We will not open the new nine until it is absolutely perfect and ready,” Ferguson said. Once the new nine is ready, the facility’s courses will be rebranded as the Scissortail course (the new nine and the South nine, the holes opened in 2011) and the Redbud course (the original 18 holes, now called the East and West). Trees will be planted and 17 bunkers will be added to the South nine and all its bunkers will be filled with white sand to match the bunkers on the new nine, as the Scissortail course will become the premier track at WinStar. The opening hole of WinStar’s South nine has hosted the World Long Drive Championship since 2015. Ferguson and the Tribe are actively courting a professional tournament. The Long Drive

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Championship will be held at Win-Star the first week of Sept. with live coverage of the finals Sept. 5-6 on The Golf Channel. “We currently have 601 VIP members and we can call almost every one of them by name,” Ferguson said. “Our competition is not public golf courses – its high-end private clubs but with a very big difference. “We are a resort that caters to the whole experience, with gaming, great food, excellent lodging and a wonderful challenging golf course that’s only going to get better and a second-to-none golf academy facility to help your game if you want it. The best private clubs can’t offer what we can.” Ferguson said his 27-hole facility hosted about 30,000 rounds last year, but added that its business model is not based on a predetermined amount of play – its built on providing something that guests who are golfers can’t get anywhere outside Las Vegas. “We are not here to make money,” he said. “We are here to make our guests feel good and want to come back. We try to get better every day; the only pressure I feel as a general manager is making sure our guests enjoy a complete resort experience. Our golf course is just another part of that focus.”

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Natural State wonder

Hot Springs Village offers eight spectacular courses, lakes, lodging and more three full years of his life working in the village on the nine different courses he’s lthough he’s received great re- designed there. The reason, of course, is that Hot Springs spect and notoriety for his work there, Tom Clark still considers Village was built by developer Cooper Hot Springs Village to be one of the most Communities to be one of the nation’s underappreciated golf destinations in the best self-contained retirement communities. To take advantage of the plethora of country, if not the world. “It’s the best kept secret in the United courses, one had to be a resident or own a States, at least,” said Clark, the golf course lot. Cooper Communities sold nearly every architect who estimates he’s spent at least lot in the 26,000-acre community before it

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The ninth hole at Magellan.

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Scenic backdrop at the 10th hole at Granada turned the management of the village over to the HSV Property Owners Association. The POA struck out in a new direction by hiring Troon Golf to manage the eight courses and numerous other recreational facilities in the village. The mandate for the destination course experts was to bring in more visitors on a golf travel basis, knowing the introduction to the wonders of the village could lead to later purchases of lots


The par-3 11th at Granada. or memberships. “We’re here to bring awareness of this great golf destination to regional and local golf markets,” said Ray Metz, a Troon veteran who is director of club services and a PGA professional. “About four years ago the business model of the retirement community changed. Hot Springs Village is now a destination, with all the amenities of lakes, golf, tennis, fitness, dining and real estate.” Troon Golf, has already helped HSV courses increase play by about 15 percent in two years. It’s done so by pulling back the curtain and allowing more access to a remarkable golf playland, one with eight outstanding tree-lined courses to go with numerous lakes, boat rentals, tennis, fitness, lawn bowling, 30 miles of hiking trails and great restaurants such as Chef Johnna’s at Club Desoto or Elan’s at Granada Golf Club. The website www.explorethevillage. com and the Hot Springs Village Golf Packaging Reservation toll free line at 1-800548-4920 have access to spacious rental houses, condos or hotels such as the Embassy Suites in nearby Hot Springs, site of Oaklawn Race Track, Bath House Row and other tourist destinations. The house our group stayed in this fall, with four bedrooms, a dock on a a beautiful lake, large deck, screened patio, living room, full kitchen and four baths, would rent for about $270 a night, so less than $70 per person if you had four individuals or couples. Golf can be set up on any of the Village courses except Diamante, which is private. That leaves seven championship courses and the par-62 executive course Coronado, which is a great challenge itself. No question the twin stars of the Village are Isabella and Granada, the final two

courses Clark designed there. Both big, broad-shouldered courses feature ample room off the tee but all the challenges one could want in terms of elevation changes, strategic bunkering, subtly-breaking greens and well-placed ponds. Nearly all holes on both courses are isolated by dense trees and pleasant landforms, including long views of rolling pine-forested hills in the nearby Ouachita National Forest. Any housing is set back and unobtrusive. Since most member rounds are being played for $20 or less plus annual property owner association fees, it’s amazing the level of conditioning the superintendents at the Village maintain on all the courses. Like anywhere in the transition zone, stress

on bent grass greens can occur in certain years, and two of the courses (Magellan and DeSoto) have converted to Champion Ultradwarf Bermuda. In addition to rounds at Granada and Isabella, our recent visit included a round at Cortez, a winding, scenic shot-maker’s course where positioning is as important off the tee as length. We’re going to have to return soon to tackle DeSoto (the original course opened in 1972), Ponce de Leon, Magellan, Coronado and Balboa. Knowing Clark’s work, they each have their own flair and character, though the terrain may be similar. “From a design standpoint with the rolling hills, woods, lakes, it was everything you needed to work with,” Clark said. “I look at my mantle of work there and it took me through my whole professional career. You try to make each course different from the style of bunkering, the strategies and the look. And because there was an emphasis on an older population, a lot of care and emphasis went into the look and strategies from the forward three tees, which is where almost everyone plays.” Each course has its own clubhouse, manager and maintenance crew. PGA profes-

Trouble lurks left, right and back on this par-3 at Magellan.

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The fifth hole at Ponce de Leon. sionals Tom Heffer and Mike Socha can provide lessons and help as needed at all the facilities. Sam Meredith, formerly head professional at both Forest Ridge and Muskogee Golf Club, is now the head professional at Diamante, the private club managed by Club Corp. Hot Springs Village is an easy morning drive from both Tulsa and Oklahoma City, part of its appeal to the Sooner state. Clark, whose home office is in Virginia,

worked in Arkansas on and off from 1974 until finishing up Granada in 2004 and the third nine at Isabella shortly after. His partner, Edmund Ault, designed DeSoto in 1972 and Clark did the rest. Among the memorable stories was the time he met John Cooper (owner of Cooper Communities) for breakfast at a Holiday Inn in Bentonville. They were enjoying the meal with another nice but unassuming couple when Clark excused himself to use

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the restroom and noticed a picture on the wall in the hall of his breakfast companion, who turned out to be Sam Walton, the Walmart kingpin. “He was just a very quiet, nice guy,” Clark said. “We had a lot of great times in Arkansas and I’m very proud of the work we did there.” Note: Tulsan Dale Forrest and his company United Golf were the contractor on the Isabella and Granada projects.


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Big changes good news for Bella Vista visitors by ken macleod

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ith its low profile in recent years, some may have thought Bella Vista Village had disappeared into a wrinkle in the space-time continuum. Not so. The unique six-course community in Northwest Arkansas just north of the Walmart-home of Bentonville has gone through a major internal and external selfexamination and scrubbing in advance of a positive new push for membership and visitors. The Bella Vista Property Owners Association board pretty much cleaned house in the last year, bringing in a new COO in Tom Judson, a new director of golf operations in Phillip Wright, a new marketing director in John Walsh, and other key personnel. In 2014, Keith Ihms, who was then the president of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America, was brought in to oversee and im-

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prove maintenance. “The marching orders were clear,” Judson said. “To fix what needed fixing, make changes and improvements and move forward.” A lot needed done. The Scotsdale Golf Club course and somewhat dilapidated clubhouse were in need of major renovation. “It was an eyesore and now it’s just fantastic,” Judson said The old clubhouse was razed in favor of a new homey pub house that serves Scotch and beer only along with its softer drinks. On the course, the links feel was accentuated by stacked permanent sod bunkers imported from soccer pitches in England. The new green complexes used Champion Ultradwarf Bermuda, the first course at the complex to convert from bent grass. The firmer surfaces allowed for a variety of run-up areas while the green surrounds feature a variety of grasses mowed to different heights. “Almost nobody was playing Scotsdale and now it’s packed,” Ihms said. “Anytime you do a renovation it’s a painful and expensive process, but people are happy when it’s

all said and done. I think we’ve shown that with a modest investment we can make a huge impact on the quality.” The transformation there is indicative of what has happened and will happen throughout Bella Vista. Built originally by Cooper Communities as a unique retirement community, Bella Vista is now an incorporated city of close to 30,000 with its own police and fire departments. Many younger workers and families have moved into the east side, attracted by moderate pricing and an easy commute to Bentonville. For most Oklahomans, it’s an easy drive to a destination that includes rental homes, condos or hotel rooms along with the opportunity to play numerous entertaining courses along with fishing, boat rental, pistol and rifle ranges, tennis, recreation centers, trails, miniature golf and hiking, all for very modest pricing. The majority of Bella Vista residents play on weekdays and play early. Weekend visitors can have an easy time lining up as much golf as they care to play. The original Bella Vista Country Club was

The No. 9 hole at the Country Club Golf Course.


The No. 9 hole at Highlands Golf Course. designed by Joe Finger (Cedar Ridge CC) with a clubhouse designed by Fay Jones, a protégé of Frank Lloyd Wright. A major renovation of the clubhouse will begin in 2017 and all the bunkers on the course rebuilt and lined with the new Better Billy Bunker system, which was also installed at Scotsdale. Many of the holes at Bella Vista cut through ancient drainage channels with cliffs featuring attractive housing on both sides. The Little Sugar creek flows north out of nearby Pea Ridge and moves into Missouri and Oklahoma before eventually turning south. As the northwest Arkan-

Golfers stroll off the green at Dogwood Hills hole No. 4. sas corridor of Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers and Bentonville has grown, so has the flood plain and heavy spring rains can close several of the courses, so check on that before a trip. One of the unquestioned best venues in Bella Vista is the Highlands Golf Course, home to an AJGA event and a tournament on the Adams Tour. Conditioned superbly, with a great variety of undulating greens, swooping holes through tree-lined chutes, holes laid out at such a variety of directions, you’ll feel the wind coming at you from every angle before

the round is through. Except for Bella Vista CC, most of the courses were designed by Edmond Ault, whose junior partner Tom Clark went on to do all the courses at Hot Springs Village when Cooper Communities later went on to build that sister community. Golf travelers are given an activity pass to use any of Bella Vista’s amenities during their stay. For housing options, contact Vacation Rentals at bvreservations@vrinc.net or by calling 479-855-1111. For assistance with golf packages, call Bella Vista at 479955-5515 or go to www.bellavistapoa.org.

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When you move to Bella Vista, you’re not just buying a home – you’re joining a community. Bella Vista truly is one of the most beautiful places to live and play in Arkansas. When you’re a member of the Bella Vista POA, you have access to the area’s recreational best – everything from golf and tennis to kayaking and fishing – every day. With seven stocked lakes, 39 miles of walking trails, swimming facilities and a tennis program, there is never a lack of activity in Bella Vista. In addition, visitors are welcome to enjoy our six beautiful 18-hole golf courses – some of the most unique and challenging in all of Arkansas.

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Pop in for a lofty good time A full casino resort is available at Sandia Golf Club. by dan vukelich

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hot-air balloon, yellow and red and as big as a house, just cleared the treetops as it descended onto the golf course with a series of urgent “wooshes” from its propane burner. The wicker gondola bounced and bumped along the fairway for about 10 yards, then tipped over, awkwardly, the envelope dragging it and the balloon’s three occupants until it stopped in front of the eighth green of the University of New Mexico North golf course. My playing partner, a visitor to town, was in awe. Me? All I saw was a colossal distraction between me and my ball, which I’d just hit to about 15 feet. A chase vehicle festooned with flags ar32 •••••• www.golfoklahoma.org

rived. Out of the pickup truck spilled the balloon’s chase crew. Laughing, shouting apologies, they quickly deflated the balloon’s envelope. They waved. We waved back. Then they packed up and drove off, laughing. A happy, well-lubricated bunch for 9 a.m. on a Sunday. Sadly, I missed my birdie putt. For nine days each October, that scene is repeated on golf courses, alfalfa fields and vacant lots across Albuquerque – any space large enough to allow a balloon to land. Balloonists come to Albuquerque each fall for the same reason as golfers. The mornings start briskly, then warm quickly. There’s plenty of sunshine and light wind. In a good year, I can play golf in shorts and shirtsleeves through Thanks-

giving. The next best time to play is in May and June, before the summer’s heat and afternoon thunderheads start building. And because we’re a mile above sea level, golf balls here travel about 12 percent farther in the thin, dry air.

Here are some picks for quality golf in the Albuquerque area: Paa-Ko Ridge Golf Club, (paakoridge. com; 505-281-6000). Recognized perennially on the two top national golf magazines’ Top 100 lists, Paa-Ko was carved by designer Ken Dye through a hilly piñon and juniper forest. No two holes are alike, which means you can vividly replay your round in your mind’s eye – the mark of a truly great golf course. Sandia Golf Club (sandiagolf.com;


505-798-3990). Sandia Pueblo’s hotel-casino and its golf course designed by Scott Miller (We-KoPa Cholla Course, Couer d’alene Resort) is just across Interstate 25 from the balloon fiesta’s launch field. Twelve of Sandia’s 18 holes play toward 10,600-feet-high Sandia Peak, which defines Albuquerque’s eastern border. Sandia’s forgiving resort design gives high-handicap players a chance at finding errant shots, but the greens can be merciless. The Sandia turn house and beverage cart are renowned for fare that can make foodies drool. Santa Ana Golf Club (mynewmexicogolf.com; 505-867-9464). This 27-hole Ken Killian-designed daily-fee property would likely rank as the top daily-fee course in almost any U.S. city and the friendliness of Santa Ana’s staff makes it No. 1 in service locally. On-property is the Prairie Star Restaurant, acclaimed for its wine cellar and its New Mexican interpretation of continental cuisine. The course’s Wind Dancer Bar & Grill has a comfortable patio to soak in views of Sandia Peak, which turns watermelon pink as the sun

goes down. Twin Warriors Golf Club (mynewmexicogolf.com; 505-771-6155). The sister course to Santa Ana, Twin Warriors, designed by Arizona architect Gary Panks (Grayhawk Golf Club Talon Course), is a 7,500-yard modified desert links design that has hosted the national championship for PGA of America club pros. “Twin,” as it’s called, is the on-property amenity to

The second hole at stunning Paa-Ko Ridge. the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa, which offers horseback riding, three outdoor heated swimming pools, tennis, Native American-themed restaurants and spa treatments and hiking and biking through a cottonwood forest lining the nearby Rio Grande. University of New Mexico Championship Golf Club (unmgolf.com; 505-277-

Twin Warriors near the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort.

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AL BUQU ERQU E 4546). In 1966, Red Lawrence (The Wigwam, Desert Forest) built this hilly test that’s hosted NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s National Golf Championships. UNM is only a 7-iron away from the Albuquerque airport rental-car center, which makes it ideal for the first or last round of your trip. Also in Albuquerque: Arroyo del Oso (municipal) Golf Course; Isleta Eagle Golf Course, 27 holes; and UNM North, a ninehole course on the main UNM campus.

Santa Fe Cochiti Golf Club (cochitigolfclub.com; 505-465-2230). In 1981, Robert Trent Jones Jr. cut this target-style course through spectacular red-rock canyons on Cochiti Pueblo, midway between Albuquerque and Santa Fe. There are no houses or highways near the course, and no sounds except the wind in the trees and the crack of your golf shot. After years of haphazard management, two veteran PGA professionals turned operations and conditions at Cochiti around so dramatically that it was picked as the state amateur venue. Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe (linksdesantafe.com; 505-955-4400), is a city-

owned modified desert links course designed by Baxter Spann just 15 minutes west of the Santa Fe Plaza. “Marty,” as it’s called, offers a last-minute alternative to gallery-crawling or shopping.

Worth the drive Towa Golf Club (74 miles, 1 hour, 5 minutes). Built on Pojoaque Pueblo land north of Santa Fe, Towa’s nines, designed by Hale Irwin and William Phillips, run through valleys on either side of a boulder-strewn ridge with great views of the desert terrain that Georgia O’Keeffe loved to paint. Black Mesa Golf Club (84 miles, 1 hour, 15 minutes). Baxter Spann’s design north of Santa Fe on Santa Clara Pueblo land has undergone some management changes since it was ranked on the national magazines’ Top 100 lists. Spann’s use of the existing terrain is a monument to minimalism. Taos Country Club (127 miles, 2 hours, 10 minutes). Cut through a kneehigh forest of sage, it offers dramatic views of 13,159-foot Mount Wheeler, New Mexico’s highest peak. Piñon Hills Golf Course in Farming- How many of these will land on a golf course?

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The 2017 Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta will be held Oct. 7-15. ton, N.M., (181 miles, 3 hours). Piñon Hills once earned Golf Digest’s pick as the best municipal golf value in the United States. It’s just up the road from gold-medal fly fishing along the San Juan River. New Mexico Tech Golf Course in Socorro (78 miles, 1 hour 10 minutes). Tech is a hidden gem just off I-25 – an East

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Equinox Golf Resort and Spa in Manchester Village.

Green Mountain by tom bedell

It’s 19 degrees outside, the fields are covered in white, my steps are coated with ice. So naturally, here in early January, I’m thinking about spring in Vermont. In late March, I’ll be on the near-edge of cabin fever, tired of putting on the living room rug, and itching from my woolen socks and the urge to get back out on a golf course. A shortened golf season is the price one pays to live in Vermont, but I happen to think it’s worth it, enamored as I am with the other charms of the state. So I’m sitting here by the blazing wood stove, writing this in relative equanimity, even though my last round in my adopted state was in mid-November. In good years we’ll play into December. It all depends on the snow which, once it arrives, usually doesn’t depart until spring. 36 •••••• www.golfoklahoma.org

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If it’s been a mild winter we might be working the rust out of our swings by late March, more likely April, though most of the mountain courses won’t open until May. So there’s a lot of golf to cram into the summer months, and there may be nothing better than playing here among the flaming colors of autumn. Vermont is aptly called the Green Mountain State. When even the interstates are scenic routes, it’s not a surprise that tourism rivals dairy farming as the major cog of the economic engine. If it’s true that Ethan Allen and his Green Mountain Boys originally banded together to drive New York settlers out of Vermont, all was forgiven after the Revolutionary War, and visitors from New York, Oklahoma or anywhere else are welcome back, particularly on the 70-plus local fairways, most

of them public. That may not sound like many, but remember that Vermont is not a huge state— slightly more than 600,000 souls call it home, meaning our two senators in the U.S. Congress outnumber the lone congressman. Traversing the state at the southern end can take less than 45 minutes, provided you don’t get stuck behind a truck going uphill. A foot to head trek (or vice versa) is doable in about 3 hours, unless you do what I did one year — play one hole at every course along Route 100, which begins at the southern border and runs out of asphalt just a few miles short of Canada. Those 18 holes took me and the two other innocents I had coerced to come along about 15 hours. (And included an extra hole at a miniature golf course.)


But wherever you enter the state you’re never too far away from the next good golf course, a good golf school, or a good glass of beer (Vermont has more breweries per capita than any other state). For those pondering a visit, here are just a few south to north recommendations:

ON THE TEE The southern border is a drive of threefour hours from Manhattan, a little over two hours from Boston. The Brattleboro Country Club is a lively curtain-raiser in the equally lively town of Brattleboro, a brisk introduction to the rolling elevation and expansive views found throughout a state where an uneven stance is more the rule than the exception. The BCC began as a nine-holer in 1916, redone by Donald Ross contemporary Wayne Stiles in 1930, and expanded to 18 in 2000 with new holes blended in by native son Steve Durkee. The differences in design were distinct in 2000, but if now more seamlessly blended there’s still a nice yin yang of contemporary and classic holes at Brattleboro, and the state couldn’t present a better opening act. Unless one travels slightly northwest to

The second hole at Jay Peak at the northern border of Vermont. one of Vermont’s more picture perfect New England towns, Manchester Village. The Marsh Tavern there has welcomed visitors since 1769, and now the Tavern is a dining area at The Equinox Golf Resort & Spa, a lovely high-end resort. (Fully entitled to its slogan, “Serving the Republic since before there was a Republic.”) One can indulge in a plethora of activities here — a Green Mountain Falconry School, an Orvis Fly Fishing or Shooting School, a Land Rover Driving Experience — when not driving the fairways of the Golf Club at Equinox. This 1927 Walter Travis design, buffed up by Rees Jones, could hardly be in a prettier setting amongst the surrounding hills with

a view of the steepled village. Travis also designed the adjacent but private Ekwanok Country Club (check your reciprocals!) where Robert Todd Lincoln, the only son of the President to survive into adulthood, served as club president. Oddly enough, the Equinox course was the famed player’s last design, while Ekwanok was his first, making Manchester the alpha and omega of his design career. (And for that matter his final resting place – in Dellwood Cemetery, just down the road from both courses.) With a few samples under one’s golf belt, it’s time to go whole hog ski mountain golf at the 27 holes of the Stratton Mountain

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The Okemo Valley Golf Club at Okemo Mountain Resort. Country Club, designed by the late Geoffrey Cornish, who was the dean of New England golf architects, working into his 90s. There are three playing combinations here with the separate nines – the Mountain, Lake and Forest tracks – though playing all three was the way I tackled it last season. I’d certainly recommend penciling in the Mountain route because it would be unfortunate to miss the par-5 fifth. From the blue tees it’s 621 yards, one of, if not the longest hole in the state, and it’s all downhill, almost a freefall from the tee. It’s not vertiginous, only thrilling. But there are still a couple of streams to cross and ample bunkering by the green to negotiate, so it’s a tough one. Like other Vermont ski mountain/golf course resorts, Stratton has a full-fledged golf school that might make for a good reason to plan a trip here in the first place. Students end each day on the course, though in the evening it might be worth a visit to the appropriately-named Mulligans at Stratton Village for a brew and a bite. Some of the best par-3s in the state can be found a little further north at the Okemo Valley Golf Club, part of the Okemo Mountain Resort, and another Steve Durkee design. Durkee took full advantage of the rolling hills in creating an expansive heathland-style course. The scenery is always splendid here, but the autumn views in the mountains are downright stunning, particu38 •••••• www.golfoklahoma.org

larly on the downhill par-3 eighth, another sheer drop from tee to green. The course has some player-friendly bounces and funneling fairways, particularly on the second nine. But then comes 17, a real beauty and beast nestled at the base of the mountain in a picture postcard wetlands setting. Nice, until you realize you have a 190yard plus carry over the lily pond. Even if you don’t rinse one there’s still work to do on a green that is long, narrow and wildly sloped. Visitors to Vermont nearing Waterbury are virtually required to stop at the Ben & Jerry’s factory for a tour and some ice cream. It stops just short of a law, but if you’re in Waterbury you’re also just down the road from Stowe, and the brewery and visitors center of The Alchemist. That means you, too, can get on line and

try to score some Heady Topper, the double IPA that was ranked the best beer in the world for several years running. Bring some home and you have some heavy trading cachet with your craft beer drinking buddies. But you’ll want to book a room here at the Stowe Mountain Lodge, a luxury aerie nestled near Mt. Mansfield, the state’s highest peak, because that will give you access to the otherwise private Stowe Mountain Club Golf Course. The course naturally has eyepopping views of Mt. Mansfield and Spruce Peak, but it also means the track is a wild mountain ride. Designed by the late Bob Cupp, the course opened in 2007 and immediately impressed as a masterpiece of concision, jamming a 132 slope-rated course into a mere 6,041 yards. The tips only stretch the course to

Stowe Mountain course at the Stowe Mountain Lodge near Mt. Mansfield.


6,411 yards but those unbalanced enough to attempt it will face a slope rating of 141. In either case, the gauntlet is down, the views are great, and there could well be a Heady Topper on hand post-round. Jay Peak is about as far north as one can go in Vermont before needing to show your passport. The four-season resort (with a year-round indoor waterpark) includes the Jay Peak Golf Course, which opened in 2006 and was fashioned by Canadian designer (and amateur great) Graham Cooke. Cooke also designed the fantastic private Country Club of Vermont in Waterbury (check your reciprocals!), and he brought a similar touch to the woods and slopes of Jay Peak. Golfweek has named it the top public course in the state for five of the last six years. I have to take this one on faith, since I confess this is the highest-profile Vermont course I have yet to play. I plan to tamp down the wood stove and rectify this next summer, so maybe we’ll meet out on the course. As long as you give me some strokes. Former New Yorker Tom Bedell moved to Vermont in 1991, and wonders what took him so long. He reviews books for us on a regular basis because he reads a lot during the winter.

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nspired by a deep desire to connect people to nature, Johnny Morris has set out to create one of the greatest golf experiences in the country. With names like Nicklaus, Palmer and Watson behind the design, it’s no wonder that Top of the Rock is the first-ever par-3 course to be included in a PGA TOUR event. Along with the Jack Nicklaus signature course, the Arnold Palmer Driving Range is an experience you won’t want to miss. It features sixteen fully lit target greens and three teeing decks with recessed lighting. Before leaving Top of the Rock, don’t forget to visit the sinkhole. Featured in international news across major networks, it has quickly become an incredible attraction. Nearby Buffalo Ridge is its own world-class outing and is also home to the PGA TOUR Champions event, the Bass Pro Legends of Golf.

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The stunning views at the Half Moon Resort and Golf Links. by art stricklin

SAN FRANCISCO – Northern California golf means scenic Pacific Ocean views, cool, sometimes downright cold summer temperatures (really) along with World Famous Pebble Beach Golf Links and its equally sky high prices. There is also the private multi-U.S. Open site Olympic Club in San Francisco and the ultra-exclusive SF (San Francisco) Club where only the best connections or wealth can get you to the first tee. But it would be a shame to overlook three renovated public golf treasures, Half Moon Bay, just 30 minutes south of the city, along

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with TPC Harding Park and Presidio Golf Course, located in the heart of the City by the Bay as it’s known by locals. The threesome is equally scenic, equally challenging, but not as equally taxing on the green fee debit side. It’s public golf with a more public price. The Presidio was originally opened in 1895 as a crude nine-hole located on the military base next to the Golden Gate Bridge. For most of the next 80 years, it operated as a prime recreational option for officers and enlisted men at the Army base with a few limited civilian members. But when the base officially closed in the 1990s it was transferred to the National

Park system and named a National Historic Landmark. The par 72 layout is now open to all with the same hilly terrain and stunning views of the Golden Gate Bridge through the fog for those who are fortunate enough to snare an early morning tee time. If you like playing golf in a green grass museum with art gallery spectacular views all around you, than The Presidio is your place to tee it up. Harding Park, on the shores of Lake Merced, opened in 1925 the design of architect Willie Watson, who also shaped the Olympic Club, and is likely the only course still in existence named for former President Warren G. Harding. It’s hosted the legends of golf for


nearly 90 years including San Francisco native and World Golf Hall of Fame member Ken Venturi who grew and learned to play here. But in the 1990s, it fell into disrepair and was almost abandoned, serving as a parking lot for a U.S. Open at Olympic Club. City golfers, led by Northern California golf figure Sandy Tatum, spearheaded a $16 million renovation project and it reopened in in 2003 as a prime public option. In 2009, it reached agreement with the PGA Tour and was officially renamed TPC Harding Park. Since then it’s hosted the Presidents Cup and the World Golf Championship World Match Play with the professional golfers back on the par 72 layout and amateurs still enjoying the huge stately eucalyptus trees and majestic views of the lake and the scenery most of the other weeks of the year. Golfers looking for a complete San Francisco-area resort experience, without the distance and expense of Pebble Beach and Carmel, will certainly enjoy Half Moon Bay, named for the crescent sized beach which sits below the golfside cliffs. Take the small two-lane road, 30 miles south of the SF Airport, off of Highway One to Miramontes Point and at the end of the short journey, you’ll find the Ritz Carlton Half Moon Bay Resort waiting. There are many rooms, including 22 suites, many with a direct ocean view and balconies to overlook the cliffs and ever-pounding waves. You can see the multiple fire pits near the main building which are handy at night as the brisk winds come off the ocean. During the day, when you want a spot to watch the golfers or beach walkers, you can observe often with a drink or the wonderfully unique hot chocolate bar nearby. Plus, the 36 holes of golf are equally vivid as well. The Old Course was opened in 1973, designed by Arnold Palmer and Francis Duane. Its primary route through the large trees and homes in the area is a classic American par 72 parkland style. Its final hole, is probably the most spectacular of any here, the par 4 405-yard 18th which sits closer to the ocean of any of the other 35 at Half Moon Bay. You get a small preview as the par 3 17th green is close enough to the churning waters to hear and feel it, but the finishing hole is all ocean all the time. The Pacific water runs all along the right side of the layout with your nearest drop point in Hawaii. The left side is out of bounds, meaning a straight shot slightly downhill is the best, perhaps the only, safe option. The constant watery roar and the wonderful scenery is enough to distract any golfer with the hole finishing with a small, greatly undulated green right next to the hotel, guaranteeing you’ll have plenty of witnesses to your finishing pleasure or pain. The Ocean Course was opened in 1997 by famed architect Arthur Hills and as the name suggests features beach or ocean views on almost every hole. Hills’ par 72 layout features a Scottish links style design with the fairway playing firm and fast thanks to the nearly constant wind along with the wispy native grass and the lack of trees on the entire course. While the ocean is in clear sight, it’s not in play other than a pleasant visual distraction. The par 5 18th finishes on the other side of the hotel from the Old Course, but both are only steps away from the dining and watering holes to celebrate or commiserate your round at Half Moon Bay. The Conservatory is the more informal spot to dine within view of the 18th hole on The Old Course or savor a celebratory drink after your round. Navio is the more formal dinner spot on property with a private dining room. All public, all close to your landing spot, it’s quite the Northern California threesome for visiting golfers. For more information go to www.hmbgolflinks.com, www.tpc.com/tpc-harding-park, www. presidiogolf.com.

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The Gary Player-designed championship Links Course at the Fancourt Resort.

Golf in South Africa's Western Cape is a unique joy and varied challenge by steve habel

Editor’s Note: The author’s feature on the first half of his trip to South Africa was published in the Aug./Sept. 2016 edition of Golf Oklahoma magazine.

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outh Africa is a nation with more layers than it has official languages (11) and provinces (nine). This is a land that is considered one of the most biologically diverse places on Earth, and – given that palate – the golf offerings here range from sublime jungle, to mountainous, to coastal and to rich parkland surrounded by vineyards. The country is at the southernmost of the African continent and stretches from the south Atlantic on its western coastline to the Indian Ocean on the east. Those two oceans meet off the tip of South Africa somewhere between Cape Agulhas and Cape Point in the waters south of the Western Cape province. Our 11-day, 10-golf course trip to South 44 •••••• www.golfoklahoma.org

Africa moved after five days from the leafy coastal courses of the KwaZulu/ Natal province and the city of Durban on the eastern coast via a 2-hour airplane trip out of King Shaka Airport to the Western Cape city of George. George is located on the country’s GarFancourt Outeniqua 17th hole.

den Route halfway between Port Elizabeth to the east and Cape Town to the west and is the home of the Fancourt Resort, a fixture on the short list of the world’s greatest golf resorts and home to three Gary Player-designed championship courses.


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The premier track here, and the No. 1-rated layout in all of South Africa, is the world renowned Links course, the host of the historic 2003 Presidents Cup matches that were halved by the United States and the International Team. It’s a big-shouldered course, rising and falling across a set of grass-covered dunes and alongside and over a series of canals. The amazing thing is, like Whistling Straits in Wisconsin, the site was once flat enough to house an airstrip; all the mounding and movement on the course was manufactured during the construction, but one would think the Links are completely natural. The other two courses on site – called Outeniqua and Montagu – are unique in their own way and complementing one another perfectly while ensuring golfers have two very different experiences. Outeniqua (named after the nearby mountains) is regarded as an “easier” course, but don’t be fooled, as it has its fair share of challenges. And Montagu (so called because of the locallyknown Montagu Pass) is a delight to the senses as its routing stretches between mature trees, flower beds and water hazards that provide a colorful contrast to the landscape. Montagu is ranked as the 20th-best course in the country and is also a joy to play. Fancourt’s onsite national monument, the Manor House, was converted into a luxurious boutique hotel and the entire facility offers just 60 rooms, every one of them with some part of a golf course visible out of its expansive French doors. The resort has a holistic spa, four restaurants and many indoor and outdoor leisure facilities onsite and is as close to golf heaven as one can get and still be breathing. After two days at Fancourt, we got back on a jet for the 50-minute hop down the coast to Cape Town, which sprawls across

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The Jack Nicklaus Paarl Valley course. Cape Peninsula below Table Mountain on the country’s southwest coast. From our base at the opulent Taj Cape Town hotel in the city’s central business district, we headed back to the east on an hour’s drive to the shores of Bot River Lagoon and the Arabella Golf Resort. Peter Matkovich, an increasingly prolific South African course designer who started in the game as a professional on the European and South African tours, designed this course to take advantage of a

site that’s a combination of a coastal plain and lush jungle. Surrounded by the magnificent Kogelberg mountain range, the course is edged by wild fynbos, a shrub native to the Western Cape. Four holes lie peacefully next to a lagoon, where shots are sternly impacted by the wind, while the remainder of the track plays over a ridge on a relatively flat hinterland. Arabella is considered one of the top resort courses in South Africa and pairs well with the area’s other top-shelf tracks.

On a whim and a prayer, our group went off our planned itinerary, boarded a bus and drove for 90 minutes through the Hottentots Holland Mountains (which look like they could have been the site of the peaks seen in The Lord of the Rings movie series) into the Cape Vineyards and the town of Paarl, where we found the time and a spot on the busy tee sheet for nine holes at the Jack Nicklaus-designed Paarl Valley Golf Club. The course, part of the expansive Val de Vie Estate (which is internationally recog-

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THE BEST IN CASUAL DINING Fancourt Montagu Golf Course. nized for its wine making and polo facilities), is surrounded by the majestic Simonsberg and Drakenstein Mountains and is annually voted as the best conditioned course in South Africa. Nicklaus’ work here is highlighted by the par-5 fourth hole, on which the golfer must cross a creek three times in route to a tricky and undulating putting surface. It’s considered one of the best three-shot holes in Africa, and a visit to the course and the city are almost worth the trip to South Africa by themselves. The final golf challenge of our trip was at the Steenberg Golf Estate, situated in the lush Constantia Valley, just 20 minutes from the center of Cape Town. Its routing, also fashioned by Matkovich, is nestled beneath the Constantiaberg Mountains and flanked by the vineyards of South Africa’s oldest wine farm. The backdrop of vineyards, gardens, forests and mountains provides the setting for this beautiful, exclusive course which is always in excellent condition with bentgrass greens and lush fairways. We were lucky enough to enjoy a tasting of a selection of Steenburg Vineyard finest wines at the luxurious onsite restaurant, providing the five golfers in our group the opportunity to toast our generous hosts from South Africa Tourism and reminisce on the wonderful time we had visiting their country and some of its best courses. South Africa shouldn’t be considered a once-in-a-lifetime vacation destination – I’m already planning another trip to the country to play more golf and make even more memories. Steenberg Golf Estate.

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Gaillardia Country Club in Oklahoma City. Belmar Golf Club

• Address: 1025 E. Indian Hills Rd., Norman, 73071 • Par/Yardage: 70/6094 whites, 6519 blues • Course Rating: 71.6; Slope: 121 • Architect: Tripp Davis • Year Opened: 2002 • Director of Golf: Garrett Diehl • General Manager: Stacy Rachel • Superintendent: Jeremy Biswell, OKGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, restaurant, pool, GPS system • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, 4-hole short course • Lessons: Jeff Elliott • Email: Proshop@Ilovethiscourse.com • Website: www.belmargolfclub.net • Phone Number: 405-364-0111

Broken Arrow Golf and Athletic Club • Address: 1651 E. Omaha St., Broken Arrow, 74012 • Par/Yardage: 72/6023 whites, 6732 blues • Course Rating: 73; Slope: 127 • Architect: Lyndy Lindsey • Year Opened: 1999 • Director of Golf: Pete Chimarys, PGA (GM) • Superintendent: Aaron Gutierrez • Amenities: golf carts, pro shop, pool, tennis, restaurant, workout facility • Practice Facilities: putting, chipping green, driving range • Lessons: Scott Reno • Email: brokenarrow.golf@lindseymanagment.com • Website: www. Brokenarrowgolfac.com • Phone Number: 918-355-0602

Cedar Ridge Country Club

• Address: 10302 S. Garnett Rd., Broken Arrow, 74011 • Par/Yardage: 71/6293 whites, 7513 blues • Course Rating: 77.6; Slope: 138 • Architect: Joe Finger • Year Opened: 1970 • General Manager: Cleve Stubblefield • Director of Golf: David Bryan, PGA • Superintendent: Mike Wooten, OKGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, pool, tennis, fitness center • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, short-game area, bunkers, learning center • Lessons: Tracy Phillips, PGA (director of instruction) and assistants • Email: dbryan@crccok.com • Website: www.cedarridgecountryclub.com • Phone Number: 918-252-2505

Cottonwood Creek Golf Club

• Location: 2900 S. 161st St., Chickasha 73018 • Address: Box 1264, Chickasha, 73023

• Par/Yardage: 70/6109 • Course Rating: 69; Slope: 115 • Year Opened: 1915 • Head Professional: Jerry Morris • Green Fees: $16 (non-member) • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting greens, chipping greens, bunkers, driving range (balls not provided) • Email: cottonwoodcreek2@aol.com • Phone Number: 405-224-1250

The Coves Golf Club

• Address: 32922 Pebble Beach, Afton, 74331 • Par/Yardage: 72/6106 whites, 6502 blues • Course Rating: 71.7; Slope: 119 • Year Opened: 1985 • Director of Golf: Nathaniel J. Alloway, PGA • Superintendent: Nathaniel J. Alloway, PGA • Amenities: golf carts, pro shop, snack bar, pool, tennis and basketball courts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunker • Lessons: James Gray; Zack Hamilton • Email: thecovesgc@gmail.com • Website: www.covesgolf.com • Phone Number: 918-782-3220

Dornick Hills Country Club

• Location: 519 Country Club Rd, Ardmore, 73401 • Address: Box 1787, Ardmore, 73402 • Par/Yardage: 70/6102 whites, 6586 blues • Course Rating: 73.4; Slope: 136 • Architect: Perry Maxwell • Year Opened: 1913, 1923 (back 9) • Head Professional: Steve Ramsey, PGA (GM) • Superintendent: Ed McKinney • Green Fees: $90 weekdays, $90 weekends (Passport holders, includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, pool, tennis • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunker • Lessons: Steve Ramsey; one assistant • Email: dornickpro@cableone.net • Website: www.dornickhills.com • Phone Number: 580-223-2957

Duncan Golf and Tennis Club

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: 1800 Country Club Rd., Duncan, 73533 • Address: Box 520, Duncan, 73533 • Par/Yardage: 71/6225 whites, 6601 blues • Course Rating: 70.8; Slope: 124 • Architect: Perry Maxwell, Floyd Farley (back 9) • Year Opened: 1921, 1950 (back 9) • Director of Golf: Mike Hansen, PGA (GM) • Superintendent: Luke Sturgell, OGCSA • Amenities: golf carts, pro shop, restaurant, tennis, pool • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chip-

ping green, bunker • Lessons: Mike Hanson, Mark Budler • Email: duncangolfandtennisclub@yahoo.com, mhansen05@pga.com • Website: www.duncangolfandtennisclub.com • Phone Number: 580-255-7706

Elks Golf and Country Club

• Location: 13500 N. Acme Rd., Shawnee, 74804 • Address: P.O. Box 1448, Shawnee, 74804 • Par/Yardage: 72/6122 whites, 6550 blues • Course Rating: 70.9; Slope: 120 • Architect: Perry Maxwell, Jerry Slack (redesign) • Year Opened: 1950, 1998 (redesign) • Head Professional: Greg Cox • Superintendent: Jimmy Bidack • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, pool • Practice Facilities: putting green, bunker, practice area • Lessons: Greg Cox • Email: elkspro1@gmail.com • Phone Number: 405-275-1060

Frederick Country Club

• Location: 1000 N. First St., Frederick, 73542 • Address: Drawer E, Frederick, 73542 • Par/Yardage: 36/3120 • Course Rating: 68.5; Slope: 106 • Year Opened: 1930s • Director of Golf: Chuck Akin (GM) • Superintendent: Randy Doze • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, pool, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Email: frederickgolfandcountryclub@gmail.com • Phone Number: 580-335-2911

Gaillardia Country Club

• Address: 5300 Gaillardia Blvd., Oklahoma City, 73142 • Par/Yardage: 72/6791 whites, 7255 blues • Course Rating: 76.9; Slope: 141 • Architect: Arthur Hills • Year Opened: 1998 • General Manager: Christopher Watkins • Director of Golf: Ryan Rody, PGA • Superintendent: Sean Hogan, GCSAA • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, restaurant, pool, tennis, fitness center, basketball courts, volleyball courts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping greens, four bunkers, short- game range • Lessons: Ryan Rody, PGA; assistants • Email: cwatkins@gaillardia.com • Website: www.gaillardia.com • Phone Number: 405-302-2810

Golf Club of Oklahoma

• Location: 20400 E. 141st St., Broken Arrow, 74014 • Address: Box 205, Broken Arrow, 74013 • Par/Yardage: 72/6796 whites, 7183 blues • Course Rating: 75.3; Slope: 141

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PRIVATE COURSES • Architect: Tom Fazio • Year Opened: 1983 • General Manager: TBA • Head Professional: Kirt Mowery, PGA • Superintendent: Dave Camuso, OGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, tennis, pool, cottages • Practice Facilities: indoor driving range, putting green, chipping greens, bunkers, extensive indoor computerized teaching system • Lessons: Kirt Mowery, PGA • Email: golfpro@golfclubofok.com • Website: www.golfcluboklahoma.com • Phone Number: 918-486-6579

Guthrie Golf and Country Club

• Address: 3401 E. Oklahoma 105, Guthrie, 73044 • Par/Yardage: 70/6245 whites, 6454 blues • Course Rating: 71.3; Slope: 126 • Architect: Alex Findlay • Year Opened: 1900 • Amenities: golf carts, pro shop, restaurant, pool, tennis, lake, full bar • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Email: guthriegolf@coxinet.net • Website: www.guthriecountryclub.com • Phone Number: 405-282-1315

The Greens Country Club

• Address: 13100 Green Valley Dr., Oklahoma City, 73120 • Par/Yardage: 71/6060 whites, 6709 blues • Course Rating: 74.0; Slope: 134 • Architect: Don Sechrest • Year Opened: 1972 • General Manager: Brent Cryer, PGA • Head Professional: Brent Mistler, PGA • Superintendent: Andy Thibault, OKGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, tennis, pool

w w w. scspgagolfpass .com • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting greens, chipping greens, bunkers, short game facility • Lessons: Brent Cryer; four assistants • Email: bcryer@thegreenscc.com • Website: www.thegreenscc.com • Phone Number: 405-751-7095

Hidden Trails Country Club

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: N.W. of I-240 & South Pennsylvania • Address: 6501 S. Country Club Dr., Oklahoma City, 73159 • Par/Yardage: 72/6084 whites, 6450 blues • Course Rating: 71.2; Slope: 126 • Architect: Ab Justice • Year Opened: 1952 • General Manager: Judy Rollins • Director of Golf: Wade Walker, PGA • Superintendent: Gene O’Bryant • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, pool, tennis • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, practice bunker, virtual golf simulator • Lessons: Wade Walker • Email: wade@hiddentrailsokc.com • Website: www.hiddentrailsokc.org • Phone Number: 405-685-7751

Hillcrest Country Club

• Address: 1901 Price Rd, Bartlesville, 74006 • Par/Yardage: 71/6256 whites, 6607 blues • Course Rating: 72.1; Slope: 132 • Architect: Perry Maxwell • Year Opened: 1926 • Head Professional: Aaron Speaker, PGA • General Manager: Theresa Korpi • Superintendent: Matt Wilson, OKGCSA • Amenities: golf carts, pro shop, restaurant, pool, tennis • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting greens, chipping green, bunkers • Lessons: Aaron Speaker; two assistants • Email: golfshop@hillcrestok.com • Website: www.hillcrestok.com • Phone Number: 918-333-0687

The Club at Indian Springs

• Location: 16006 E. 131st St., Broken Arrow, 74011 • Address: P.O. Box 3367, Broken Arrow, 74013 River Course • Par/Yardage: 72/6136 whites, 6932 blues • Course Rating: 74.4; Slope: 131 • Architect: George Fazio • Year Opened: 1967 The Lakes Course • Par/Yardage: 70/5526 whites, 5894 blues • Course Rating: 69.1; Slope: 126 • Architect: Don Sechrest • Year Opened: 1974 • General Manager: Mark Barrett • Head Professional: Benjamin Benton, PGA • Director of Instruction: Michael Boyd, PGA • Superintendent: David Jones, OKGCSA • Amenities: golf carts, pro shop, restaurant, pool, tennis • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting greens, chipping greens, bunkers, short game facility, indoor hitting • Lessons: Michael Boyd, Ben Benton • Email: mboyd@indianspringsclub.com • Website: www.indianspringsclub.com • Phone Number: 918-455-9515

Lawton Country Club

• Address: 4601 W. Gore Blvd., Lawton, 73505 • Par/Yardage: 71/6059 whites, 6637 blues • Course Rating: 72.2; Slope: 122 • Architect: Perry Maxwell (original 9), Floyd Farley (second 9) • Year Opened: 1948 • Director of Golf: Johnny Wilson (GM) • Superintendent: Bo Baize • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, pool, tennis • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting greens, chipping greens, bunkers • Lessons: Johnny Wilson

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Links at Stillwater

• Address: 4599 N. Washington St., Stillwater, 74075 • Par/Yardage: 71/5788 whites, 6258 blues • Course Rating: 71.2; Slope: 126 • Architect: Lyndy Lindsey • Year Opened: 2005 • Head Professional: Blake Bergman (GM) • Superintendent: A.J. McGilbery • Green Fees: $35 (includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, grill, pool, fitness center, tanning beds, hot tub • Practice Facilities: putting green, aqua driving range • Lessons: Blake Bergman • Email: stillwater.golf@lindseymanagement.com • Website: www.linksatstillwatergolf.com • Phone Number: 405-780-7167

McAlester Country Club

• Location: 1500 Country Club Rd., McAlester, 74502 • Address: Box 1122, McAlester, 74502 • Par/Yardage: 70/5593 whites, 6073 blues • Course Rating: 70.3; Slope: 124 • Architect: Floyd Farley (second 9), Mark Hayes • Year Opened: 1911, 1956, 1999 (second 9), 2005 (rebuild due to vandalism) • Director of Golf: Kelly Byrd, PGA • Superintendent: Stephen Fox, OKGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, pool, tennis • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunkers • Lessons: Kelly Byrd • Email: wkbyrd@pga.com • Website: www.mcalesterproshop.com • Phone Number: 918-423-3599

Meadowbrook Country Club

• Address: 9300 E. 81st St., Tulsa, 74133 • Par/Yardage: 71/6261 whites, 6741 blues • Course Rating: 72.6; Slope: 131 • Architect: Press Maxwell (original 9), Don Sechrest (second 9), Jay Morrish/Carter Morrish (redesign) • Year Opened: 1948 • General Manager: Bobby Hadden, PGA • Head Professional: Todd Kinnikin, PGA • Superintendent: Jason Judd, OKGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, pool • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, three hole par 3 course • Lessons: Ryan Allen and Shawn Pumphrey • Email: Golfpro1200@meadowbrookcc.net • Website: www.meadowbrookcc.net • Phone Number: 918-252-4122, 918-252-4121

Moore Golf and Athletic Club

• Address: 920 SW 19th St., Moore, 73160 • Par/Yardage: 72/6132 whites, 6789 blues • Course Rating: 72.4; Slope: 117 • Architect: Lyndy Lindsey • Year Opened: 1999 • Director of Golf: Jason Beauchamp (GM) • Superintendent: Jeremy McPherson • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, weight room, tennis courts, grill, pools • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Email: moore.golf@lindseymanagement.com • Website: www.lindseymanagement.com • Phone Number: 405-790-0264

Muskogee Golf Club

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 2400 N. Country Club Rd., Muskogee, 74403 • Par/Yardage: 71/6326 blues, 6729 gold • Course Rating: 71.0; Slope: 131 • Architect: Leslie Brownlee, Perry Maxwell (first redesign), Tripp Davis (second redesign) • Year Opened: 1924 • General Manager: Mark Budler, PGA • Superintendent: Keith Callery, OKGCSA


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Oak Hills Country Club

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 519 N. Country Club Rd., Ada, 74820 • Par/Yardage: 72/6132 whites, 6581 blues • Course Rating: 72.1; Slope: 126 • Architect: Perry Maxwell • Year Opened: 1936 • Director of Golf: Gary Wilcox (GM) • Superintendent: Brad Grige • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, pool, tennis, bar & grill • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, bunker • Lessons: Gary Wilcox • Email: oakhills@cableone.net • Website: www.oakhillsada.com • Phone Number: 580-332-3762

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• Address: 700 W. Country Club Dr., Edmond, 73003 East Course • Par/Yardage: 70/6439 whites, 7102 blues • Course Rating: 76.3; Slope: 139 • Architect: Pete Dye • Year Opened: 1981 West Course • Par/Yardage: 70/6270 whites, 6752 blues • Course Rating: 74.6; Slope: 139 • Architect: Pete Dye • Year Opened: 1983 • Head Professional: Devin Davenport, PGA

• Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, pool, full-service sports center, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunkers • Lessons: Devin Davenport, Chad Bakken; three assistants • Website: www.oaktreecc.net • Phone Number: 405-340-1010

Oak Tree National

• Address: 1515 W. Oak Tree Dr., Edmond, 73025 • Par/Yardage: 71/6424 whites, 7410 blues • Course Rating: 79.3; Slope: 155 • Architect: Pete Dye • Year Opened: 1976 • General Manager: Tom Jones, PGA • Director of Golf: Steve Kimmel, PGA • Head Professional: Jon Sandell, PGA • Superintendent: Josh Cook, OKGCSA • Amenities: golf carts, pro shop, restaurant, grill • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunkers • Lessons: Steve Kimmel, Jon Sandell; two assistants • Email: skimmel@oaktreenational.com • Website: www.oaktreenational.com • Phone Number: 405-348-2004

Oaks Country Club

• Location: 6500 S. 49th W. Ave., Tulsa, 74131 • Address: Box 9339, Tulsa, 74157 • Par/Yardage: 71/6225 whites, 6987 blues • Course Rating: 75.2; Slope: 138 • Architect: A.W. Tillinghast, Bill Bergin redesign 2014 • Year Opened: 1924 • General Manager: Pat Tubach, PGA • Head Professional: Rick Reed, PGA • Superintendent: Dan Robinson, OKGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, pool, tennis, practice course

• Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunkers, short-game area • Lessons: Rick Reed; four assistants • Email: golfshop@oakscountryclub.com • Website: www.oakscountryclub.com • Phone Number: 918-446-5518

Oakwood Country Club

• Address: 1601 N. Oakwood Rd., Enid, 73703 • Par/Yardage: 71/6694 whites, 7059 blues • Course Rating: 72.2; Slope: 121 • Architect: Perry Maxwell/Press Maxwell, Mark Hayes (redesign) • Year Opened: 1947 • General Manager: David North • Head Professional: Tim Mendenhall, PGA • Superintendent: Scott Brady, OKGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, restaurant, indoor and outdoor tennis, pool • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunkers • Lessons: Tim Mendenhall, Aly Seng, David Rogers • Email: timmengolf@suddenlinkmail.com • Website: www.occofenid.org • Phone Number: 580-242-5408

Oklahoma City Golf and C.C.

• Address: 7000 NW Grand Blvd., Oklahoma City, 73116 • Par/Yardage: 71/6315 blue, 6861 black • Course Rating: 73.5; Slope: 130 • Architect: Perry Maxwell, A.W. Tillinghast (redesign) • Year Opened: 1927 • General Manager: Oliver Boudin • Head Professional: Tim Fleming, PGA • Superintendent: Dustin Elms, OKGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, pool, tennis, health club/spa • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting greens, chipping greens, bunkers

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Shawnee Golf and Country Club

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: 2501 Augusta Dr., Shawnee, 74801 • Address: Box 1574, Shawnee, 74802 • Par/Yardage: 71/6407 whites, 6851 blues • Course Rating: 73.3; Slope: 129 • Architect: Perry Maxwell, Bland Pittman (redesign) • Year Opened: 1930’s, 1998 (redesign) • Head Professional: Derek Claborn, PGA • Superintendent: Larry Taylor, OKGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, restaurant, pool • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting greens, chipping green, fairway bunker • Lessons: Derek Claborn; one assistant • Email: derekclaborn@pga.com • Website: www.shawneecc.com • Phone Number: 405-273-2764

Southern Hills Country Club

Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club. • Lessons: Tim Fleming; three assistants; Len Casteel, PGA Pro Emeritus • Website: www.okcgcc.com • Phone Number: 405-848-4344

• Lessons: Derrick Vest, three assistants • Email: golfshop@patriotgolfclub.com • Website: www.thepatriotgolfclub.com • Phone Number: 918-272-1260

Owasso Golf and Athletic Club

Quail Creek Golf and Country Club

• Address: 13604 E. 84th St. N., Owasso, 74055 • Par/Yardage: 72/6132 whites, 7034 blues • Course Rating: 72.6; Slope: 116 • Architect: Lyndy Lindsey • Year Opened: 1999 • Head Professional: Mark Carey, PGA (GM) • Superintendent: Aaron Chissoe • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, pool, tennis • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunker • Lessons: Mark Carey; Eric Norton • Email: owasso.golf@lindseymanagement.com • Website: www.owassogolfac.com • Phone Number: 918-274-4884

Ponca City Country Club

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 1101 N. Pecan Rd., Ponca City, 76104 • Par/Yardage: 72/6045 whites, 6495 blues • Course Rating: 71.4; Slope: 126 • Architect: Perry Maxwell, Arnold Palmer/Don Sechrest (redesign) • Year Opened: mid-1920s • General Manager: Zakk Stovall • Head Professional: Eddy Roethlisberger, PGA • Superintendent: Doyle Brookshire • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, pool, tennis • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting greens, chipping greens, bunkers • Lessons: Eddy Roethlisberger • Email: zstovallpccc@cableone.net • Website: www.poncacitycountryclub.net • Phone Number: 580-762-4413

The Patriot Golf Club

• Location: 5790 N. Patriot Dr., Owasso, 74055 • Address: 19201 E. 72nd St. North, Owasso, 74055 • Par/Yardage: 72/6659 whites, 7135 blues • Course Rating: 74.3; Slope: 130 • Architect: Robert Trent Jones II • Year Opened: 2010 • General Manager: Holly Neidel • Director of Golf: Dave Bryan, PGA • Head Professional: Derrick Vest, PGA • Superintendent: Jeremy Dobson, OKGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, cottages • Practice Facilities: driving range, pitching area, putting green, chipping green, bunker

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• Address: 3501 Quail Creek Rd., Oklahoma City, 73120 • Par/Yardage: 72/6453 whites, 6919 blues • Course Rating: 75.2; Slope: 140 • Architect: Floyd Farley, Golf Resources, Inc. (redesign) • Year Opened: 1961 • General Manager: Bob Philbrick, PGA • Head Professional: Kyle Flinton, PGA • Superintendent: Mike Link, OKGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, restaurant, pool, tennis • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting greens, chipping greens • Lessons: Kyle Flinton; three assistants • Email: kflinton@quailcreekgcc.com • Website: www.quailcreekgcc.com • Phone Number: 405-751-4833

River Oaks Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: 1 1/2 miles east of I-35 on Hefner Road, Edmond • Address: 10909 Clubhouse Rd., Edmond, 73013 • Par/Yardage: 71/6305 whites, 6750 blues • Course Rating: 72.8; Slope: 132 • Architect: Andy McCormick • Year Opened: 1995 • Director of Golf: Andy McCormick, PGA (GM) • Superintendent: John Burright • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, bar, banquet facilities • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, bunker • Lessons: Jim Young; two assistants • Email: link on website • Website: www.riveroaksgolf.com • Phone Number: 405-771-5800

Rose Creek Golf Club

• Address: 17031 N. May Ave., Edmond, OK 73012 • Par/Yardage: 72/6675 whites, 7048 blues • Course Rating: 75; Slope: 137 • Architect: Arthur Hills/Steve Forrest • Year Opened: 2003 • Head Professional: Ron Price • Superintendent: Adam Hess, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $50 Mon.-Thurs., $70 Fri.-Sun., $50 twilight weekdays (includes carts) and range • Amenities: pro shop, grill, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chip-

• Address: 2636 E. 61st St., Tulsa, 74136 Championship Course • Par/Yardage: 71/6609 whites, 7218 blues • Course Rating: 76.8; Slope: 146 • Architect: Perry Maxwell • Year Opened: 1936 West Nine • Par/Yardage: 35/3085 whites, 3293 blues • Course Rating: 71.8; Slope: 126 • Architect: Ben Crenshaw/Bill Coore • Year Opened: 1992 • General Manager: Nick Sidorakis • Head Professional: Cary Cozby, PGA • Superintendent: Russ Myers, OKGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, restaurant, tennis, pool • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting greens, chipping greens, bunkers • Lessons: Cary Cozby; five assistants • Email: info@southernhillscc.org • Website: www.southernhillscc.org • Phone Number: 918-494-0001

Stillwater Country Club • Address: 5215 W. Country Club Dr., Stillwater, 74074 • Par/Yardage: 70/5909 whites, 6524 blues • Course Rating: 72; Slope: 124 • Architect: Don Sechrest, Mark Hayes (redesign) • Year Opened: 1967, 2001 (redesign) • Head Professional: Chuck Coatney, PGA (GM) • Superintendent: Jared Wooten, OKGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, restaurant, tennis, pool • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting greens, chipping greens, bunkers • Email: coatney@thestillwatercountryclub.com • Lessons: Chuck Coatney, Richard Venus • Website: www.thestillwatercountryclub.com • Phone Number: 405-372-8987

The Territory Golf and Country Club PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: RR 1, Box 218, Duncan, 73533 • Par/Yardage: 72/6673 whites, 7110 blues • Course Rating: 73.9; Slope: 126 • Architect: Randy Heckenkemper • Year Opened: 2003 • General Manager: Russ Davies, PGA • Superintendent: Devin O’Neal, OKGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, grill, golf carts, pool • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, 3-hole golf academy • Lessons: Tyler Muench • Email: tmuench@territorygolf.com • Website: www.territorygolf.com • Phone Number: 580-475-0075


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Tulsa Country Club

• Address: 701 N. Union Ave., Tulsa, 74127 • Par/Yardage: 70/6663 whites; 7002 blues • Course Rating: 74.5; Slope: 133 • Architect: A.W. Tillinghast, Rees Jones (2011) • Year Opened: 1920, 1988 (redesign) • General Manager: Jason Fiscus • Head Professional: Jeff Combe, PGA • Superintendent: Brady Finton, OKGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, pool, tennis • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting greens, chipping green, bunkers • Lessons: Jeff Combe and assistants • Email: jcombe@tulsacountryclub.com • Website: www.tulsacountryclub.com • Phone Number: 918-585-8719

Southern Hills CC in Tulsa.

Twin Hills Golf and Country Club The Trails Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 3200 S. Berry Rd., Norman, 73072 • Par/Yardage: 70/6308 whites, 6602 blues • Course Rating: 74.2; Slope: 136 • Architect: Leon Howard • Year Opened: 1983, 2002 (front 9 renovation) • General Manager: Jim Hess, PGA • Head Professional: Alan Hager, PGA • Superintendent: Chris Randolph, OKGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, restaurant, pool • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting greens, chipping greens, bunkers • Lessons: Alan Hager, Zach Armstrong

• Website: www.trailsgolf.com • Phone Number: 405-360-1920

Tinker Air Force Base Golf Course

• Address: Tinker Air Force Base, 6441 Arnold St., Midwest City, 73145 • Par/Yardage: 72/6033 whites, 6695 blues • Course Rating: 72.1; Slope: 121 • Year Opened: 1960 • Director of Golf: Jim Broughton, PGA • Head Professional: Scott Donovan, PGA • Superintendent: Steve Wilkins • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunker

• Address: 3401 NE 36th St., Oklahoma City, 73121 • Par/Yardage: 72/6475 whites, 6905 blues • Course Rating: 73.4; Slope: 130 • Architect: Perry Maxwell, Mark Hayes (redesign) • Year Opened: 1923 • General Manager: Paul Hughes • Head Professional: Kevin O’Brien, PGA • Superintendent: Jerry Broughton, OKGCSA • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, restaurant, pool • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting greens, chipping greens, bunkers • Lessons: Kevin O’Brien; two assistants • Email: link on web site • Website: www.twin-hills.com • Phone Number: 405-427-3947

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Adams Golf Course in Bartlesville. Adams Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 5801 E. Tuxedo Blvd., Bartlesville, 74006 • Par/Yardage: 72/6370 whites, 6748 blues • Course Rating: 73.0; Slope: 128 • Architect: Floyd Farley, Mark Hayes (redesign) • Year Opened: 1963, 2001 (redesign) • Head Professional: Jimmy Howe • Director of Golf: Jerry Benedict, PGA • Superintendent: Joe Shahan, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $21 weekdays, $22 weekends; $8 juniors, $16 seniors/twilight (weekdays); carts (per person) $8- 9 holes, $14- 18 holes • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, bunker, chipping green • Lessons: Jimmie Howe, PGA

• Email: adamsgolfclub@cityofbartlesville.org • Website: www.adamsmunigolf.com • Phone Number: 918-331-3900

Alva Golf and Country Club

• Location: 2 1/2 miles west of Alva on U.S. 281 • Address: 44483 Jefferson Rd., Alva, 73717 • Par/Yardage: 36/3670 • Course Rating: 68; Slope: 109 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1957 • Director of Golf: Pete Nesseralla (GM) • Superintendent: Jeremy Cooper • Green Fees: $15 weekdays (9 holes), $20 weekdays (18 holes), $22 weekends (9 holes), $28 weekends (18 holes), cart $18 (18), $12 (9) • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, pool, fishing pond,

Adams Golf Club ♦ 18-Hole Championship golf course that meanders along Turkey Creek and through the northeastern Oklahoma hills. ♦ State of the art practice facility.

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: U.S. 69, Canadian exit, 3.5 miles east • Address: 3657 Main Park Rd., Canadian, 74425 • Par/Yardage: 72/6325 whites, 6761 blues • Course Rating: 71.9; Slope: 124 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1966 • Head Professional: Jim Ramsey • Superintendent: Rocky Murdaugh • Green Fees: $20.42 (Mon-Thurs), $22.33 (Fri-Sat), $12.45 seniors (Mon-Thurs), $7.36 juniors (walk only); $11.58 cart (per person), $22 twilight; $22.24 weekends, $22.21 (weekdays time varies) • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, snacks • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, bunker • Lessons: Jim Ramsey • Email: Jim.Ramsey@travelok.com • Website: www.oklahomagolf.com • Phone Number: 918-339-2769

Atoka Golf Course

• Location: 1 mile west of Atoka on U.S. 75 • Address: 220 City Lake Rd., Atoka, 74525 • Par/Yardage: 36/3031 • Course Rating: 34.5; Slope: 109 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1964 • Head Professional: Darrell Cochran • Superintendent: Darrell Cochran • Green Fees: $9 weekdays, $13.50 weekends, $9 cart

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Bailey Ranch Golf Club

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 10105 Larkin Bailey Blvd. Owasso, 74055 • Par/Yardage: 72/6261 whites, 6726 blues • Course Rating: 73.1; Slope: 132 • Architect: Bland Pittman • Year Opened: 1993 • Director of Golf: Corey Burd, PGA • Superintendent: Chris Cook, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $45, $30 twilight, $25 seniors, $11 juniors (all rates include cart) • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunker • Lessons: Corey Burd; one assistant • Email: cburd@baileyranchgolf.com • Website: www.baileyranchgolf.com • Phone Number: 918-274-4653

Battle Creek Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 3200 N. Battle Creek Dr., Broken Arrow, 74012 • Par/Yardage: 72/6703 whites, 7206 blues • Course Rating: 75.3; Slope: 134 • Architect: Bland Pittman • Year Opened: 1996 • Director of Golf: Dee Roadman, PGA • Head Professional: Charles Gibson, PGA • Superintendent: Will Heffernan, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $44 weekdays, $49 weekends, $34 seniors weekdays, $14 juniors (based on availability), $35 twilight (all rates include cart) • Amenities: restaurant with large patio area, banquet facility, pro shop, golf carts, GPS system • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting greens, chipping green, bunker • Lessons: Charles Gibson; Dee Roadman • Website: www.battlecreekgc.com • Phone Number: 918-355-4850

Beaver Pioneer Park Golf Course

• Location: U.S. 270/Oklahoma 23 north of Beaver • Address: Box 1214, Beaver, 73932 • Par/Yardage: 36/2760 • Course Rating: 69.9; Slope: 128 • Year Opened: 1978 • Head Professional: Craig Downing (GM) • Green Fees: $20, $5 students • Amenities: golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Website: www.pioneerparkgolfcourse.com • Phone Number: 580-625-3042

Bailey Ranch Golf Club in Owasso. Blackwell Golf Course

• Address: 333 Country Club Lane, Blackwell, 74631 • Par/Yardage: 71/6273 • Course Rating: 69.9; Slope: 124 • Architect: Perry Maxwell • Year Opened: 1930s • General Manager/Superintendent: Brett Schupe • Green Fees: $10 weekdays, $15 weekends,$6 carts (9 holes) • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: contact pro shop • Email: blkgolf@4grc.com • Phone Number: 580-363-1228

Boiling Springs Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: Oklahoma 34C, 4.5 miles NE of Woodward • Address: 5283 HWY 34C, Woodward, 73801 • Par/Yardage: 71/whites 6,049, blues 6562 • Course Rating: 71.5, Slope 133 • Architect: Don Sechrest, Jeff Blume (redesign 2013) • Year Opened: 1979 • General Manager/Superintendent: Jeff Wagoner • Clubhouse Manager: Corey Smith • Green Fees: $37 Mon.–Thur., $42 Fri.–Sun., includes carts • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green • Website: www.boilingspringsgolfclub.com, www. visitwoodward.com • Phone Number: 580-256-1206

Brent Bruehl Memorial Golf Course

• Location: 2 1/2 miles off U.S. 271, south of Hugo • Address: 2403 S. Country Club Rd., Hugo, 74743 • Par/Yardage: 35/3135 • Course Rating: 69.2; Slope: 118 • Year Opened: 1931 • General Manager: Cecily Wood • Superintendent: James Wood • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, snack bar • Practice Facilities: putting green, chipping green • Phone Number: 580-372-6525

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: 1400 Chandler Rd., Purcell • Address: 230 W. Main St., Purcell, 73080 • Par/Yardage: 71/5797 whites, 6328 blues • Course Rating: 70.2; Slope: 116 • Architect: Mike Gowens (back 9) • Year Opened: 1922 • Head Professional: Mike Gowens, PGA • Superintendent: Alan Wilson • Green Fees: $23, $37 (with cart); $10 juniors, $15 seniors • Amenities: clubhouse, pro shop, golf carts, snacks, tennis, pool, RV parking access • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunker • Lessons: Mike Gowens • Email: purgolf@purcellok.net • Phone Number: 405-527-5114

Blackmer Municipal Golf Course

Brier Creek Golf Course

Bermuda Creek

• Address: West Panhandle Street, Hooker • Par/Yardage: 36/3300 • Course Rating: 69; Slope: 107 • Director of Golf: David Gibler (GM) • Green Fees: $10 weekdays, $12 weekends • Amenities: clubhouse, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green

• Address: 1304 N.W. Country Club Dr., Stigler, 74462 • Par/Yardage: 35-36/2855 whites, 2885 blues • Course Rating: 68; Slope: 124 • Year Opened: 1969 • Green Fees: $20 all day, $20 cart, $10 twilight • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green • Phone Number: 918-967-8225

Bristow Golf and Country Club

• Location: Country Club Drive west of Bristow Lake • Address: Box 986, Bristow, 74010 • Par/Yardage: 72/5507 whites, 6332 blues • Course Rating: 71.2; Slope: 133 • Architect: Perry Maxwell • Year Opened: 1923 • General Manager: Sheila Schroeder • Superintendent: James Cronister, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $27 (18 holes) weekdays, $14 (9 holes) weekdays, $37 (18 holes) weekends, $19 (9 holes) weekends (all rates include cart) • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: contact pro shop • Email: cronigolf@tulsaconnect.com • Website: www.bristowgolfclub.com • Phone Number: 918-367-5156

Broadmoore Golf Course

• Address: 500 Willow Pine Dr., Moore, 73160 • Par/Yardage: 71/6196 whites, 6478 blues • Course Rating: 68.5; Slope: 102 • Head Professional: Jim McGowan • Superintendent: Brent Krueger • Green Fees: $19 weekdays, $21 weekends, walk only. $27 weekdays, $35.81 weekend mornings, $27 weekend afternoons, includes cart. $15 military weekdays, walk only. • Amenities: limited pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: Vaughn Berry • Email: broadmooregolf@gmail.com • Phone Number: 405-794-1529

Buffalo Rock Golf and Gun

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: 4615 E. Ninth St., 2 miles SE of Cushing • Address: Box 1070, Cushing, 74023 • Par/Yardage: 70/5879 whites, 6315 blues • Course Rating: 68.8; Slope: 123 • Architect: Perry Maxwell, Labron Harris (redesign) • Year Opened: 1920, 1975 (redesign) • Superintendent: Keith Peterson • Green Fees: $33 weekdays, $37 weekends (includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, fishing lake • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: Contact pro shop • Email: molly@buffalorockgolf.com • Website: www.buffalorockgolf.com • Phone Number: 918-225-0811

Buncombe Creek Golf Course

• Address: 16405 Brumley Dr., Kingston, 73439 • Par/Yardage: 36/2699 whites, 3024 blues • Course Rating: 69.4; Slope: 114 • Architect: John O’Steen • Year Opened: 2001 • Head Professional: John O’Steen • General Manager/Superintendent: John O’Steen • Green Fees: $10 anytime, $5 cart (per 9 holes per

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Canyons at Blackjack Ridge

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 1801 N. McKinley Ave., Sand Springs, 74063 • Par/Yardage: 71/5799 whites, 6133 blues • Course Rating: 69.5; Slope: 125 • Architect: Floyd Farley, Randy Heckenkemper (redesign) • Year Opened: 1955, 1996 (redesign) • Director of Golf: Brian Talley, PGA • Head Professional: Josh Stewart, PGA • Superintendent: Nick Neal, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $35 weekdays, $40 weekends, $26 seniors weekdays, $10 juniors, $29 twilight • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: Brian Talley; Josh Stewart • Email: bctalle@sandspringsok.org • Website: www.thecanyonsatblackjackridge.com • Phone Number: 918-246-2606

Cedar Creek State Park Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: 3650 Golf Course Rd., Broken Bow • Address: Box 10, Broken Bow, 74728 • Par/Yardage: 72/6239 whites, 6582 blues • Course Rating: 72.3; Slope: 125 • Architect: Ken Farley/Art Proctor • Head Professional: Kurt Adams (GM) • Superintendent: Kurt Adams • Green Fees: $35, $17 juniors, $27 seniors, $25 twilight (after 3pm) (all rates include cart)

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• Amenities: pro shop, snacks, Lake View Lodge nearby with boating, fishing, hiking; close to Beavers Bend State Park • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Email: kurt.adams@travelok.com • Website: www.travelok.com • Phone Number: 580-494-6456

• Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green • Lessons: Bo Martin • Email: link on website • Website: www.cedarvalleygolfclub.com • Phone Number: 405-282-4800

Cedar Crest Golf Course

• Location: Lake Road, 3 miles north of Chandler • Address: 870426 S. 3420 Rd., Chandler, 74834 • Par/Yardage: 36/3182 • Course Rating: 69.7; Slope: 111 • Year Opened: 1972 • Director of Golf: Pam Allbaugh • Superintendent: Brent Helm • Green Fees: $10 weekdays, $12 weekends, $5/$6 juniors • Amenities: snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: call pro shop • Email: saveadogaday59@gmail.com • Website: www.cityofchandler.org • Phone Number: 405-258-3068

• Address: 110 E. 136th St. North, Skiatook, 74070 • Par/Yardage: 36/2807 • Architect: Bill Gibson • Year Opened: 1999 • Head Professional: Steve Turner (GM) • Superintendent: Steve Turner (GM) • Green Fees: $15 (9 holes), $20 (18 holes) weekdays, $10 (9 holes), $15 (18 holes) senior/junior, $10 (9 holes/18 holes) Tuesday/Wednesday special (all rates include cart) • Amenities: pro shop, snacks, golf carts • Phone Number: 918-396-0200

Cedar Valley Golf Club

• Address: 210 Par Ave., Guthrie, 73044 International Course • Par/Yardage: 70/5875 whites, 6520 blues • Course Rating: 71.2. Slope 111 • Architect: Duffy Martin • Year Opened: 1974 Augusta Course • Par/Yardage: 70/5847 whites, 6637 blues • Course Rating: 71.3. Slope rating: 115 • Architect: Duffy Martin • Year Opened: 1972 • Head Professional: Jeff Martin, PGA • Superintendent: Jeff Martin • Green Fees: $23 weekdays, $26 weekends, $19 twilight, $17 super twilight, $16 juniors/seniors weekdays • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts

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Cherokee Hills Golf Club

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: 770 S. Cherokee St., Catoosa • Address: Box 515-B, Catoosa, 74015 • Par/Yardage: 70/5849 whites, 6855 blues • Course Rating: 68.3; Slope: 117 • Architect: Perry Maxwell, Tripp Davis (redesign) • Year Opened: 1924, 2004 (redesign) • Director of Golf: Jeff Jarrett • Head Professional: Matt Harris • Superintendent: John Carothers, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $50 weekdays, $60 weekends (includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa

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Cherokee Springs Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 700 E. Ballentine Rd., Tahlequah, 74464 • Par/Yardage: 72/6346 whites, 6814 blues • Course Rating: 72.8; Slope: 127 • Architect: Burle Berry • Head Professional: Tyler Crouch • Superintendent: Craig Carey • Green Fees: $18 Mon.-Thur., $23 Fri.-Sun., $13 seniors, $10 twilight Mon.-Thur., $6 cart for 9 holes (per person), $12 cart for 18 holes (per person) • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green • Lessons: Tyler Crouch • Phone Number: 918-456-5100

Cherokee Trails Golf Club

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: U.S. 62, Tahlequah • Address: Box 948, Tahlequah, 74464 • Par/Yardage: 36/3244 • Course Rating: 71.7; Slope: 122 • Architect: Amon Baker, Tripp Davis (redesign) • Year Opened: 1954, 2005 (redesign) • GM/Superintendent: Matthew Richardson • Green Fees: $15 (9 holes), $20 (18 holes), includes cart • Amenities: pro shop, snacks, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green • Phone Number: 918-458-4294

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Chickasaw Pointe Golf Club

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: 1209 Chickasaw Pointe Rd, 4 miles east of Kingston on Hwy 70 • Address: PO Box 1009 Kingston, 73439 • Par/Yardage: 72/6310 whites, 7011 blues • Course Rating: 75.1; Slope: 134 • Architect: Randy Heckenkemper • Year Opened: 1999 • Director of Golf: Ryan Chapman, PGA • Head Professional: Craig Hansen, PGA • Superintendent: Ron Gates, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $50 weekdays, $70 weekends, $40 seniors, $10 juniors (including cart) (all rates include range balls) • Amenities: golf carts, pro shop, restaurant, Lake Texoma • Practice Facilities: putting green, chipping green, 50-station driving range • Lessons: Ryan Chapman, Craig Hansen • Email: ChickasawPointe@Pointe-Vista.com • Website: www.Pointe-Vista.com • Phone Number: 580-564-2581

Choctaw Country Club

• Address: 21723 Country Club Rd., Poteau, 74953 • Par/Yardage: 36/3221 • Course Rating: 69.6; Slope: 119 • Architect: Aaron Ridenour • Year Opened: 1945 • Green Fees: $20 weekdays, $25 weekends, $10 per nine holes (per person), Juniors $10 • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts, pool • Practice Facilities: putting green, driving range • Email: proshop@choctawcountryclub.com • Website: www.choctawcountryclub.com • Phone Number: 918-647-3488

PUBLIC COURSES Choctaw Creek Golf Course

• Address: 2200 N. Hiwassee Rd., Choctaw, 73020 • Par/Yardage: 71/6012 whites, 6452 blues • Course Rating: 71.2; Slope: 118 • Architect: Tom Billings • Year Opened: 1989 • Director of Golf: Mike Lumry • Head Professional: Mike Lumry • Green Fees: $22 weekdays, $24 weekends, $7 juniors, $18 seniors, $14 carts • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts, restaurant • Practice Facilities: driving range, covered driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunker • Lessons: Mike Lumry; Larry Flesner, PGA • Email: golfshop@choctawcreekgolf.com • Website: www.choctawcreekgolf.com • Phone Number: 405-769-7166

Cimarron National Golf Course

• Address: 500 Duffy’s Way, Guthrie, 73044 Cimarron National • Par/Yardage: 71/5867 whites, 6468 blues • Course Rating: 68.1; Slope: 120 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1992 Aqua Canyon • Par/Yardage: 70/5864 whites, 6415 blues • Course Rating: 69.6; Slope: 114 • Architect: Duffy Martin • Year Opened: 1994 • Head Professional: Marty Colbert, PGA • Superintendent: Mike Withiam • Green Fees: $36 weekdays, $39 weekends, $29 seniors and juniors, $32 twilight, $30 super twilight (includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green

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Eagle Crest Golf Course

Golf Club of Edmond. • Lessons: Bo Martin • Email: cimarron500@msn.com • Website: www.cimarronnational.com • Phone Number: 405-282-7888

Cimarron Trails

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 1400 Lovers Lane, Perkins, 74059 • Par/Yardage: 72/6501 whites, 6959 blues • Course Rating: 73.7; Slope: 122 • Architect: Kevin Benedict • Year Opened: 1994 • Head Professional: Tucker Roderick (GM) • Superintendent: Scott Mallow, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $31.05 weekdays, $36 weekends, $10.83 juniors weekdays, $25 seniors weekdays (includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts, banquet and conference room • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: Tucker Roderick • Email: troderick@cimarrontrails.com • Website: www.cimarrontrails.com • Twitter: @golfcimarron • Phone Number: 405-547-5701

Cobblestone Creek Golf Course

• Green Fees: $10 weekdays, $12 weekends • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, snacks • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: by appointment • Facebook: comanchegolfcourse

Crimson Creek Golf Club

• Address: 800 Babcock Dr., El Reno, 73036 • Par/Yardage: 72/6490 whites, 6997 blues • Course Rating: 74; Slope: 127 • Architect: P.B. Dye • Year Opened: 1998 • Head Professional: Jared Holden (GM) • Green Fees: $28 weekdays, $36 weekends, $25 seniors (weekdays) (includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, clubhouse, bar • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunker • Lessons: Jared Holden • Email: crimsoncreekgolf@hotmail.com • Website: crimsoncreekgolf.com • Facebook: crimsoncreek • Twitter: @CrimsonCreekGC • Phone Number: 405-422-4653

(Muskogee) • Address: 700 E. Smith Ferry Rd., Muskogee, 74403 • Par/Yardage: 72/6465 whites, 6936 blues • Course Rating: 74; Slope: 127 • Architect: Jerry Slack • Year Opened: 1997 • Director of Golf: Dick Scott • Green Fees: $30 weekdays, $35 weekends, $25 seniors weekdays, $30 seniors weekends, $25 twilight (includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunker • Email: cobblestonegc@yahoo.com • Phone Number: 918-682-4845

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Cobblestone Creek Golf Course

• Location: U.S. 64, 8 miles west, 2 miles north of Buffalo • Address: Box 439, Buffalo, 73834 • Par/Yardage: 36/2985 • Course Rating: 68.7; Slope: 114 • Year Opened: 1975 • Head Professional: Don Owen • Superintendent: Don Owen • Green Fees: $10 weekdays, $15 weekends, cart $15 • Amenities: limited pro shop, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green • Phone Number: 580-735-2030

(Norman)

• Address: 1350 Cobblestone Creek Dr., Norman, 73019 • Par/Yardage: 36/1532 • Architect: Tripp Davis • Year Opened: 1999 • Director of Golf: Rodney Young • General Manager: Tim Swann • Green Fees: $12 weekdays, $15 weekends. Call ahead for special rates. • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, pull carts • Phone Number: 405-872-2582

Comanche Golf Course

• Location: Oklahoma 53B, 4 miles east of Comanche • Address: 386016 State Hwy 53 B, Comanche, 73259 • Par/Yardage: 36/3029 • Course Rating: 35; Slope: 108 • Year Opened: 1968 • Head Professional: Richard Phipps • Superintendent: Richard Phipps

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• Address: 1 Pioneer Ct., Kansas, 74347 • Par/Yardage: 33/2293 • Course Rating: 62.2; Slope: 108 • Year Opened: 1984 • General Manager: James Thompson • Head Professional: Sam Gillis • Green Fees: $15 weekdays, $18 weekends/holidays, $12 seniors 60+ weekdays. Carts; $10/9 holes, $18/18 holes • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts, tennis, pool, restaurant, weight room, putt-putt • Email: frgolf@sstellco.com • Website: www.flintridgeok.com • Phone Number: 918-597-3636

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Drumright Golf Club

• Location: Oklahoma 33, 1 mile west of Drumright • Address: 9210 E. Main, Drumright, 74030 • Par/Yardage: 36/3195 • Course Rating: 72; Slope: 123 • Year Opened: 1938 • Director of Golf: Leroy Welch • Superintendent: Leroy Welch • Green Fees: $12, 12 and under free, $8 cart (9 holes),

• Address: 4301 Border Ave., Muskogee, 74401 • Par/Yardage: 72/5922 whites, 6506 blues • Course Rating: 69.7; Slope: 119 • Architect: Larry Keese • Year Opened: 1988 • Head Professional: Wayne Koppage (GM) • Green Fees: $24 weekdays/weekends, $22/$24 twilight weekdays/weekends (includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Email: eaglecrestgc@verizon.net • Phone Number: 918-682-0866

Earlywine Park Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 11600 S. Portland Ave., Oklahoma City, 73170 North Course • Par/Yardage: 72/6176 whites, 6727 blues • Course Rating: 74; Slope: 137 • Architect: Randy Heckenkemper • Year Opened: 1993 South Course • Par/Yardage: 70/6110 whites, 6511 blues • Course Rating: 71; Slope: 119 • Architect: Floyd Farley, Mark Hayes (redesign) • Year Opened: 1976 • Director of Golf: Dan Langford Jr., PGA • Head Professional: Ben Baker, PGA • Superintendent: Jerry Cusack, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $26, $15.75 seniors weekdays, $7.25 juniors, $21 twilight, $16.25 dusk • Amenities: golf shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunker • Lessons: Ben Baker; three assistants • Website: www.okcgolf.com • Phone Number: 405-691-1727

Elk City Golf and Country Club

• Address: 108 Lakeridge Road, Elk City, 73644 • Par/Yardage: 71/5500 whites, 6179 blues • Course Rating: 69.4; Slope: 115 • Architect: Don Sechrest (redesign) • Year Opened: 1951, 1980 (redesign) • Head Professional: Alex Alvarez, PGA (GM) • Superintendent: Ed Hughes • Green Fees: $20 weekdays, $25 weekends, $15 twilight, $25 cart • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts, pool • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: Alex Alvarez • Email: elkcitygolf@live.com • Website: www.elkcitygolf.com • Phone Number: 580-225-5454

Fairview Lakeside Golf Course - Closed until further notice • Location: 2 miles north, 3 miles west of Longdale • Address: Route 1, Box 107, Longdale, 73755 • Par/Yardage: 35/3215 • Course Rating: 69; Slope: 112 • Year Opened: 1947

Falconhead Resort

• Address: 115 Falconhead Dr., Burneyville, 73430 • Par/Yardage: 72/6090 whites, 6488 blues • Course Rating: 72.5; Slope: 133 • Architect: Waco Turner • Year Opened: 1960 • Pro shop Manager: Cary Akers • Superintendent: Terry Durst • Green Fees: $30 weekdays, $40 weekends (includes cart), $25/$35 seniors weekdays/weekends, $13 juniors • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, tennis,


PUBLIC COURSES pool, motel, cabins, lounge • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: David Pool • Email: falconhead115@yahoo.com • Website: www.falconheadgolf.com • Phone Number: 580-276-9284

Firelake Golf Course

• Address: 1601 S. Gordon Cooper Dr., Shawnee, 74801 • Par/Yardage: 70/5670 whites, 6335 blues • Course Rating: 69.6; Slope: 121 • Year Opened: 1979 • Director of Golf: Chris Chesser • Superintendent: Derron Day, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $19; $14 juniors/seniors/twilight weekdays) $6 cart (9 holes), $11 cart (18 holes) • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green • Lessons: Chris Chesser • Email: cchesser@potawatomi.org • Website: www.potawatomi.org • Phone Number: 405-275-4471 • Note: Undergoing renovation in 2017.

FlyingTee

• Address: 600 Riverwalk Terrace, Suite 2, Jenks, 74037 • Year Opened: 2016 • Email: info@flyingteegolf.com • Website: http://www.flyingteegolf.com/ • Twitter: https://twitter.com/flyingtee • Description: FlyingTee is a golf, dining and entertainment venue. With four games, 18 courses, 60 indoor and outdoor bays and interactive fun. FlyingTee offers food, beverage and service on three levels. • Phone Number: 918-528-7717

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PUBLIC COURSES Forest Ridge Golf Club

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 7501 E. Kenosha St., Broken Arrow, 74014 • Par/Yardage: 72/6414 whites, 7083 blues • Course Rating: 72.1; Slope: 132 • Architect: Randy Heckenkemper • Year Opened: 1989 • Director of Golf: Lance Allen, PGA (GM) • Head Professional: J.J. Belcoff • Superintendent: John Babe, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $60 weekdays ($45 with club card), $70 weekends ($55 with club card) (includes cart), $38/$30 twilight weekdays, $48/$40 twilight weekends; $125 club card; $100 senior club card • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, grill, banquet hall, pool, tennis, GPS • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, practice bunker • Lessons: Lance Allen, three assistants • Email: l.allen@forestridge.com • Website: www.forestridgegolf.com • Phone Number: 918-357-2443/918-357-2282

Fort Cobb State Park Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 27022 Copperhead Rd., Fort Cobb, 73038 • Par/Yardage: 70/6258 whites, 6620 blues • Course Rating: 72; Slope: 122 • Architect: Floyd Farley, Don Sechrest (redesign) • Year Opened: 1965, 1988 (redesign) • Head Professional: Ron Locke, PGA • Superintendent: Ernie Summers • Green Fees: $20.34 (18 holes), $14.05 (9 holes), $7 juniors, $7.11 seniors, $11.67 cart • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: Ron Locke • Email: fortcobb@travelok.com • Website: www.oklahomagolf.com

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Fort Sill Golf Course

• Address: 1270 Quinette Rd., Fort Sill, OK 73503 • Head Professional: Ernie Altic • Email: ernie.d.altic2.naf@gmail.com • Phone Number: 580-442-5441

Fountainhead Golf Course

• Location: southwest of Checotah on Oklahoma 150 (south of I-40, west of U.S. 69) • Address: 112469 Hwy 150, Checotah, 74426 • Par/Yardage: 72/6405 whites, 6919 blues • Course Rating: 72.9; Slope: 128 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1965 • Head Professional: Mike Wood (GM) • Superintendent: Larry Patterson • Green Fees: $25 (9 holes), $35 (18 holes), $27 senior Mon.-Thurs., $25 twilight (all rates include cart) • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, grill • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green • Lessons: Call to arrange • Email: gm@fountainheadgolf.com • Website: www.fountainheadgolf.com • Phone Number: 918-689-3209

Generations Golf Course

• Location: U.S. 81 South, Marlow • Address: Box 228 Marlow, 73055 • Par/Yardage: 71/5270 whites, 5780 blues • Course Rating: 67.1; Slope: 112 • Architect: Arthur Lee Schrock • Year Opened: 1960 • Head Professional: Doug Schrock (GM) • Superintendent: Doug Schrock • Green Fees: $10 weekdays, $15 weekends, $8/$10 juniors, $10 cart (per person)

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Gil Morgan Golf Course

• Location: 800 E. 7th St., Wewoka, 74884 • Address: Box 1557 Wewoka, 74884 • Par/Yardage: 36/3225 • Course Rating: 71.3; Slope: 124 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1949 • Head Professional: Russell Bevelhymer • Superintendent: Russell Bevelhymer • Green Fees: $15 weekdays, $18.80 weekends, $10 cart (per 9 holes). $8.15 weekdays twilight after 4, weekends $11.55 after 4. • Amenities: golf carts, pro shop, snack bar • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: Russell Bevelhymer • Website: www.wewokagolfcourse.net • Phone Number: 405-257-3292

The Golf Club of Edmond

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 4001 Fairfax Dr., Edmond, 73034 • Par/Yardage: 70/6048 whites, 6574 blues • Course Rating: 73.6; Slope: 131 • Year Opened: 1999 • Director of Golf: Michael Henderson, PGA (owner, GM) • Superintendent: Danny Damico • Green Fees: $45 weekdays, $50 weekends. $35 senior and twilight, all rates include cart range balls and tax. Subject to change. • Amenities: golf carts, pro shop, restaurant • Practice Facilities: putting green, driving range • Lessons: Michael Henderson, Bill Glasson and Amy Daniel


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Gordon Golf Course

• Address: 11755 E. 530 Rd., Claremore, 74019 • Par/Yardage: 30/1700 • Year Opened: 1998 • Clubhouse Manager: Sheila Hixson • Superintendent: Will Gordon • Green Fees: $14 (18 holes weekdays walk), $9 (9 holes weekdays walk), $21 (18 holes weekdays with cart), $14 (9 holes weekdays with cart), $16 (18 holes weekends walk), $11 (9 holes weekends walk), $23 (18 holes weekends with cart), $16 (9 holes weekends with cart), $12 seniors (60+, 18 holes walk), $7 seniors (60+, 9 holes walk), $16 seniors (60+, 18 holes with cart), $12 seniors (60+, 9 holes with cart) • Amenities: golf carts, limited pro shop, snack bar • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Phone Number: 918-283-3333

Grand Cherokee State Park Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: below Pensacola Dam, Langley • Address: 12998 E. 387 Rd., Vinita 74301 • Par/Yardage: 36/3133 • Course Rating: 70.1; Slope: 117 • Architect: Tripp Davis • Year Opened: 1999 • Director of Golf: Kevin Mallow (GM) • Superintendent: Kevin Mallow, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $20/$30 weekdays (includes cart), $16/$22 seniors Mon.-Thurs., $20 twilight, $15.35/$19 juniors • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, snack bar • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Email: tammy.long@travelok.com • Website: www.travelok.com • Phone Number: 918-435-8727

Greens Golf Course

• Location: 18 Second Street, Burns Flat • Address: Box 133 Burns Flat, 73624 • Par/Yardage: 36/3291 • Course Rating: 70; Slope: 108 • Year Opened: 1957 • General Manager: Linita Curry (GM) • Superintendent: Steven Potter • Green Fees: $12 weekdays, $15 weekends (18 holes). Cart - $10 per 9 holes. • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Email: burnsflatgc@gmail.com • Phone Number: 580-562-4807 or 580-339-3356

The Greens of Altus

• Location: U.S. 62 east of Altus • Address: 20650 U.S. Highway 62, Altus, 73521 • Par/Yardage: 36/3253 • Course Rating: 69.8; Slope: 118 • Year Opened: 1952 • Head Professional: Freddy Perez • Superintendent: Walt Duncan • Green Fees: $9 weekdays, $11 weekends • Amenities: limited pro shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: contact pro shop • Website: www.altusok.gov/department/greens-altus • Phone Number: 580-480-0209

Healdton Golf Course

• Address: 289 Golf Course Rd., Healdton, 73438 • Par/Yardage: 36/3195 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1955 • Course Manager: G.L. Rogers • Green Fees: $10 all day • Amenities: golf carts, snacks • Email: healdtongolfcourse@yahoo.com • Phone Number: 580-229-2520

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Henryetta Country Club

• Address: 30596 S. 216th Rd., Henryetta, 74437 • Par/Yardage: 36/3018 • Course Rating: 68.8; Slope: 123 • Year Opened: 1921 • Head Professional: Butch Glover • Superintendent: Jimmy Cunningham • Green Fees: $11 weekdays, $13.50 weekends + Cart $10 (9) holes, $20 (18) holes + tax. • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Website: www.henryettagolf.com • Phone Number: 918-652-8664

Heritage Hills Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 3140 Dave Wilber Lane, Claremore, 74019 • Par/Yardage: 71/6082 whites, 6756 blues • Course Rating: 70.1; Slope: 129 • Architect: Don Sechrest • Year Opened: 1977 • Director of Golf: Andy Forbes (GM), PGA • Head Professional: David Brun, PGA • Superintendent: Scott Countryman • Green Fees: $23 weekdays, $24 weekends, $15 juniors/ seniors/twilight, $13 cart (per person) • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, shortgame area, bunker • Lessons: David Brun, Andy Forbes • Email: info@heritagehillsgc.com • Website: www.heritagehillsgc.com • Phone Number: 918-341-0055

Hidden Creek Golf Course

• Address: 3210 Bellaire Dr., Midwest City, 73110 • Par/Yardage: 30/1947 • Course Rating: 57.4; Slope: 81 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1957 • Director of Golf: Larry Denney, PGA • Head Professional: Mike Greenly (GM) • Superintendent: Brian Lowrie, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $9.48 (9 holes), $4.33 juniors, $6.97 seniors/military • Amenities: snack bar, golf carts, foot golf • Practice Facilities: putting green • Phone Number: 405-732-9999

Hilltop Golf Course

• Address: 21254 S. 349th E. Ave., Porter, 74454 • Par/Yardage: 35/2626 • Course Rating: 64; Slope: 104 • Architect: Don Sechrest • Year Opened: 1985 • Head Professional: Dwayne Moore (owner) • Green Fees: $10 weekdays, $20 weekends, $10 senior Tues.-Thur. • Practice Facilities: putting green • Email: dwaynemoore@peoplepc.com

Hobart Municipal Golf Course

• Location: Iceplant Road, 1 1/2 miles south of Hobart • Address: Box 231, Hobart, 73651 • Par/Yardage: 35/3035 • Course Rating: 68.4; Slope: 106 • Architect: Robert C. Dunning • Year Opened: 1965 • Head Professional: Donald Burns (GM) • Superintendent: Donald Burns (GM) • Green Fees: $14 (9 holes) $20 (18 holes) weekdays, $16 (9 holes), $25 (18 holes) weekends, includes ½ cart rental • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, snack bar • Practice Facilities: putting green, driving range • Phone Number: 580-726-3534

Idabel Country Club

• Location: 2301 E. Lincoln Rd., Idabel, 74745 • Address: P.O. Box 1881, Idabel, 74745

www.golfoklahoma .org • Par/Yardage: 70/5131 whites, 6100 blues • Course Rating: 69.6; Slope: 119 • Architect: Pittman-Poe and Associates (back 9) • Year Opened: 1974, 1998 (back 9) • Head Professional: David DeBerry (GM) • Green Fees: $13.75 (9 holes), $27.50 (18 holes) Mon.Thurs., $33 Fri.-Sun., $10 cart (9 holes), $20 cart (18 holes) • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, tennis, pool • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Email: secretary@idabelcountryclub.com • Website: www.idabelcountryclub.com • Phone Number: 580-286-7545

James E. Stewart Golf Course

• Address: 824 Frederick Douglass Ave., Oklahoma City, 73117 • Par/Yardage: 35/3140 • Architect: Randy Heckenkemper • Year Opened: 1999 • Director of Golf: Brandon Alford, PGA • Superintendent: Ray Grimes • Green Fees: $10; $7 seniors; $2.75 juniors, $5.50 cart (per 9 holes per player) • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: Brandon Alford, PGA • Phone Number: 405-424-4353

Jimmie Austin Golf Course (Seminole) • Address: 400 Fairway Dr., Seminole, 74868 • Par/Yardage: 71/6349 whites, 6722 blues • Course Rating: 72.7; Slope: 129 • Architect: Tony Doudican/Jim Holmes • Director of Golf: Kevin Riggs • Green Fees: $34 (includes cart), $25.40 seniors/juniors (includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green • Email: jimmieaustingc@sbcglobal.net • Phone Number: 405-382-3365

Jimmie Austin-Univ. of Oklahoma GC PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 1 Par Dr., Norman, 73019 • Par/Yardage: 72/6615 whites, 7410 blues • Course Rating: 74.9; Slope: 134 • Architect: Perry Maxwell/Press Maxwell, Bob Cupp (redesign) • Year Opened: 1950, 1996 (redesign) • General Manager: Rodney Young, PGA • Head Professionals: Tyler Woodward, PGA; Johnny Johnson, PGA • Superintendent: Cody Elwood, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $66 Mon.-Thurs., $86 Fri.-Sun. (with cart) • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts, locker rooms, GPS • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, pitching green • Lessons: Johnny Johnson, Tyler Woodward, Sebastian Courtors, Michael Lee • Website: www.ougolfclub.com • Facebook: jimmieaustinougolfclub • Phone Number: 405-325-6716

John Conrad Golf Course

• Address: 711 S. Douglas Blvd., Midwest City, 73130 • Par/Yardage: 72/6468 whites, 6854 blues • Course Rating: 72.1; Slope: 124 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1971 • Director of Golf: Larry Denney, PGA • Superintendent: Brian Lowrie, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $24 weekdays & weekends, $16.50 twilight • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunkers • Lessons: Larry Denney, Mickey Lloyd • Website: www.midwestcityok.org/golfcourse.html • Phone Number: 405-732-2209

Kah-Wah-C Country Club

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PUBLIC COURSES Fairfax • Address: 220 N. Shaw St., Fairfax, 74637 • Par/Yardage: 36/2987 • Course Rating: 70.1; Slope: 121 • Year Opened: 1923 • Director of Golf: Darren McKinney (GM) • Green Fees: $19 weekdays, $21 weekends/holidays (includes cart) • Amenities: vending machines, golf carts • Phone Number: 918-642-5351

Karsten Creek Golf Course

• Address: 1800 S. Memorial Dr., Stillwater, 74074 • Par/Yardage: 72/6597 whites; 7449 blues • Course Rating: 77.2; Slope: 152 • Architect: Tom Fazio • Year Opened: 1994 • Head Professional: Rob Land, PGA • Superintendent: Travis Levings, OKGCSA • Green Fees: With member, $150. Unaccompanied, $325 (includes cart & range balls) • Amenities: pro shop, lodging, restaurant, golf carts, locker rooms • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting & chipping greens, bunker (access available after green fee) • Lessons: Rob Land, PGA; two assistants • Email: contactus@karstencreek.com • Website: www.karstencreek.com • Twitter: @karstencreek • Phone Number: 405-743-1658

Keystone Golf Course

• Location: South Airport Road, Cleveland • Address: P.O. Box 289, Cleveland, 74020 • Par/Yardage: 36/3078 • Course Rating: 68.3; Slope: 105 • Year Opened: 1920 • Director of Golf: Darren Buttram • Superintendent: Darren Buttram, OKGCSA

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Kickingbird Golf Club

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 1600 E. Danforth Rd., Edmond, 73034 • Par/Yardage: 70/6282 whites, 6722 blues • Course Rating: 72.6; Slope: 118 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1973 • Head Professional: Brian Soerensen, PGA • Superintendent: Brad Jolliff, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $26.50 weekdays, $31.50 weekends, $10 juniors weekdays, $16 seniors weekdays, $18.50 twilight. • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: lighted driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunker • Lessons: Brian Soerensen, Jeff Klappenbach, Terry Wiles • Email: brian.soerensen@edmondok.com • Website: www.kickingbirdgolf.com • Phone Number: 405-341-5350

Kingfisher Golf Course

• Location: E. Bowman Road, Kingfisher • Address: Route 3, Box 3B, Kingfisher, 73750 • Par/Yardage: 70/5742 whites, 6032 blues • Course Rating: 67.9; Slope: 112 • Architect: Tripp Davis • Year Opened: 1965 • Director of Golf: Gary Wilson • Superintendent: Shawn Barrett • Green Fees: $16.75 Mon.-Thurs., $18.75 Fri.-Sun. Cart fee is $8.75 per ½ cart • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: Gary Wilson • Email: kgfsgolf@pdli.net • Phone Number: 405-375-3941

LaFortune Park Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 5501 S. Yale Ave., Tulsa, 74135 18-hole course • Par/Yardage: 72/6416 whites, 6938 blues • Course Rating: 72.9; Slope: 124 • Architect: Floyd Farley, Randy Heckenkemper (redesign) • Year Opened: 1960, 2003 (redesign) Eighteen-hole Par-3 Course • Par/Yardage: 54/2461 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1962 • Director of Golf: Pat McCrate, PGA • Head Professional: Jeremy Dear, PGA • Superintendent: Ray Beard, OKGCSA • Green Fees: Championship course: $26 weekdays, $30 weekends, $16 seniors, $16 twilight, $11 juniors (ages 1317), $8 youth (ages 12-under), carts $14 per rider, $7 dusk, time fluctuates. Par-3 course: $14 standard greens fee, $12 seniors, $11 juniors (ages 13-17), $8 youth (ages 12-under) • Amenities: clubhouse, golf carts, restaurant, pro shop, pool, tennis, picnic tables • Practice Facilities: lighted driving range, putting green, chipping green, pitching green, bunkers • Lessons: Pat McCrate, Jeremy Dear; four assistants • Email: links on web site • Website: www.lafortuneparkgolf.com • Phone Number: 918-496-6200

Lake Hefner Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 4491 S. Lake Hefner Dr., Oklahoma City, 73116 North Course • Par/Yardage: 72/6459 whites, 6970 blues • Course Rating: 73.8; Slope: 127 • Architect: Perry Maxwell, Randy Heckenkemper (redesign)

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www.golfoklahoma .org • Year Opened: 1951, 1994 (redesign) South Course • Par/Yardage: 70/5928 whites, 6283 blues • Course Rating: 70.5; Slope: 123 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1964 • Director of Golf: Alsie Hyden, PGA • Head Professional: Ed Reinke, PGA; Brad Sliauter, PGA • Superintendent: Chris Garrett, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $28.18; $7.25 juniors, $17.07 Mon.-Fri. (62+), $17.61 dusk fee, $15.17 cart (per person) • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunkers, 3-hole par-3 academy • Lessons: Darren Watts, Ken Tate, John Folsom, Ed Reinke, Alsie Hyden and Brad Sliauter. • Email: alsie@cox.net • Website: www.okcgolf.com • Phone Number: 405-843-1565

Lake Murray State Park Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 2673 Lodge Rd., Ardmore, 73401 • Par/Yardage: 72/6094 whites, 6362 blues • Course Rating: 71.1; Slope: 126 • Architect: Floyd Farley, Art Proctor (redesign) • Year Opened: 1965 • Head Professional: Wesley Chaney, PGA • Superintendent: Denver Johnson • Green Fees: $20 Mon., $30 Tues.-Thur., $35 Fri.-Sun., and holidays, $23 seniors Tues.-Thurs., $10 juniors, $22 twilight Tues.-Thurs. (includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, Lake Murray Lodge with boating, pool, fishing, tennis, basketball, camping, RV sites • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: Wesley Chaney, PGA • Email: lakemurray@oklahomagolf.com; wchaney@ oklahomagolf.com • Website: www.travelok.com • Phone Number: 580-223-6613f

Lakeside Memorial Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 5201 N. Washington St., Stillwater, 74075 • Par/Yardage: 70/6170 whites, 6698 blues • Course Rating: 73.2; Slope: 132 • Architect: Labron Harris, Tripp Davis (redesign) • Year Opened: 1945, 1998 (redesign) • General Manager: Michael Henderson, PGA • Superintendent: Mike Buxton, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $20 weekdays, $24 weekends, $14 seniors, $15 twilight weekdays, $17 twilight weekend, $15 OSU students (anytime) • Amenities: pro shop, snacks, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: contact pro shop • Email: henderson@pga.com • Website: www.stillwatergolf.org • Phone Number: 405-372-3399

Lakeside Park Golf Course (Moore)

• Address: 3400 N. Eastern Ave., Moore, 73160 • Par/Yardage: 35/2880 • Head Professional: Joe Jones (owner) • Superintendent: David Reed • Green Fees: $8.50 weekdays, $9.50 weekends, $6.50 seniors/juniors weekdays, $6.50/$7.50 twilight weekday/ weekend, $7.50 cart (per 9 holes) • Amenities: snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: • Lessons: Ken Wright, PGA teaching professional • Email: lakesidegolfcourse@sbcglobal.net

Lakeside Park Golf Course (Walters)

• Location: 1 mile northwest of Walters • Address: 129 E. Colorado, Walters, 73572 • Par/Yardage: 70/4588 whites, 5260 blues • Course Rating: 64; Slope: 106 • Year Opened: 1964 • Manager: Doyal Cain • Green Fees: $18 weekdays (includes cart), $16 seniors


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Lawton Municipal Golf Course

Karsten Creek Golf Course in Stillwater. and active military, $22 weekends, $18 seniors and active military. All fees include $6 for ½ cart fee. • Amenities: golf carts, snacks, pro shop • Practice Facilities: putting green • Phone Number: 580-875-3829

Lakeview Golf Course

• Location: 3905 N. Commerce St., Ardmore • Address: Box 5413, Ardmore, 73403 • Par/Yardage: 71/6144 whites, 6667 blues • Course Rating: 72.4; Slope: 116 • Year Opened: 1972 • Head Professional: Doug Hargis, PGA (GM) • Superintendent: Craig Palmer • Green Fees: $30.52 weekdays, $33.79 weekends (includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green • Lessons: Doug Hargis • Email: theview@cableone.net • Website: www.cityofardmore.org • Phone Number: 580-223-4260

Lakewood Golf Course • Address: 18135 County Road 1560, Ada, 74820 • Par/Yardage: 35/2940 • Architect: Bart Todd • Year Opened: 1973 • Head Professional: David Muse (GM) • Superintendent: David Muse (GM) • Green Fees: $20 weekdays, $23 weekends, $15/$17 junior, $15 twilight • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green • Lessons: David Muse (GM) • Email: muse74820@yahoo.com • Phone Number: 580-332-5151

Laverne Golf Course

• Location: Transport Road • Address: 200 SE 1st St., Laverne, 73848 • Par/Yardage: 36/3050 • Course Rating: 66.8; Slope: 103

• Location: Southwest 11th St. and Airport Rd., Lawton, 73501 • Address: Box 6338, Lawton, 73506 • Par/Yardage: 72/6451 whites, 6800 blues • Course Rating: 72.9; Slope: 102 • Year Opened: 1956 • Superintendent: Joe English • Green Fees: $24 weekdays, $25 weekends. $9 cart (9 holes). $18 cart (18 holes) • Amenities: golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green, driving range • Website: www.oklahomagolf.com • Phone Number: 580-353-4493

Lew Wentz Memorial Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 2928 L.A. Cann Dr., Ponca City, 74604 • Par/Yardage: 71/5949 whites, 6261 blues • Course Rating: 71; Slope: 116 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1956 • Director of Golf: Rod Alexander, PGA • Head Professional: Kevin Brown, PGA • Superintendent: Todd Looper • Green Fees: $19.25 weekdays, $22.25 weekends, $8.75 juniors, $13 seniors weekdays only, $14.50 twilight • Amenities: pro shop, snacks, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green • Lessons: Rod Alexander, Kevin Brown • Email: alexarg@poncacityok.gov • Website: www.poncacityok.gov • Phone Number: 580-767-0433

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PUBLIC COURSES Lincoln Park Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 4001 NE Grand Blvd., Oklahoma City, 73111 East Course • Par/Yardage: 70/6023 whites, 6420 blues • Course Rating: 70; Slope: 120 • Architect: Arthur J. Jackson • Year Opened: 1932 West Course • Par/Yardage: 71/6137 whites, 6576 blues • Course Rating: 72.2; Slope: 131 • Architect: Arthur J. Jackson, Floyd Farley (1965 redesign), Randy Heckenkemper (1999 redesign) • Year Opened: 1921 • Director of Golf: Steve Carson, PGA • Head Professional: Aaron Kristopeit, PGA • Superintendent: Jim Wood, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $42, $30.75 seniors weekdays, $31.25 twilight at dusk (all include cart); juniors $7.25 (no cart) • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunker • Lessons: Steve Carson, Aaron Kristopeit, Duke Potter, and three assistants • Email: link on web site • Website: www.okcgolf.com • Phone Number: 405-424-1421

Lindsay Municipal Golf Course

• Location: Oklahoma 76 North, 3 miles from Lindsay • Address: Box 708, Lindsay, 73052 • Par/Yardage: 36/3272 • Course Rating: 70; Slope: 118 • Year Opened: 1962 • Pro shop Manager: Summer Cameron • Green Fees: $12, $5 juniors, $7 seniors/twilight • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green, practice range (own golf balls)

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Meadowlake Golf Club

• Address: 11500 Links Ct., Bixby, 74008 • Par/Yardage: 35/3079 • Course Rating: 68.5; Slope: 130 • Architect: Lyndy Lindsey • Year Opened: 1997 • Director of Golf: Frank Proctor (GM) • Superintendent: David Sparks • Green Fees: $13, $8 juniors/seniors, $8 cart (9 holes) • Amenities: pro shop, grill, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green • Lessons: Frank Proctor; two assistants • Email: linksonmemorial.golf@lindseymanagement.com • Website: www.lindseymanagement.com • Phone Number: 918-369-6035

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 2013 W. Rupe Ave., Enid, 73703 • Par/Yardage: 71/6322 whites, 6472 blues • Course Rating: 71.6; Slope: 117 • Architect: Tripp Davis (redesign) • Year Opened: 1954 • Head Professional: Cody Lack, PGA • Superintendent: Michael League, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $32.50 weekdays, $36.50 weekends (includes cart), $6.50/$8 juniors, $25 seniors (weekdays, with cart), $10/$11.25 twilight • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, bunker • Lessons: Cody Lack; one assistant • Email: link on web site • Website: www.meadowlakecourse.com • Phone Number: 580-234-3080

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• Address: 2004 S. Mustang Rd., Yukon, 73099 • Par/Yardage: 35/3026 • Architect: Lyndy Lindsey • Director of Golf: Bob Alexander • Superintendent: Chris Priddy • Green Fees: $21.65 w/cart (9 holes), $36.77 w/ cart (18 holes) • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, snack bar, pool, fitness center • Practice Facilities: putting green, chipping green, aqua driving range • Website: www.lindseymanagement.com • Phone Number: 405-577-5858

Links at Oklahoma City

• Address: 700 NE 122nd St., Oklahoma City, 73114 • Par/Yardage: 30/1880 • Architect: Lyndy Lindsey • Year Opened: 1998 • Director of Golf: Tom Alsip (GM) • Green Fees: $10.85 all day, $17.85 (w/cart) • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green • Website: www.lindseymanagement.com • Phone Number: 405-936-9214

Lit’l Links Golf Club

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: Northeast corner of S. 129th E. Ave. and E. 121st St., Tulsa County • Address: Box 701234, Tulsa, 74170 • Par/Yardage: 54/3128 • Course Rating: 55.5 • Architect: Jim Ingram • Year Opened: 1994, 1999 (redesign) • Director of Golf: Jim Ingram • Head Professional: Kyle Ingram, PGA • Superintendent: Eli Ingram • Green Fees: $15 + cart fee $15 • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: lighted driving range, putting green, chipping green • Lessons: Kyle Ingram; Jim Ingram • Email: KIngram@litllinks.com • Website: www.litllinks.com • Phone Number: 918-481-3673

Mangum Golf Course

• Location: Highway 9, northwest of Mangum • Address: 201 N. Oklahoma St., Mangum, 73554 • Par/Yardage: 35/2884 • Course Rating: 66.5; Slope: 113 • Year Opened: 1972 • Director of Golf: Zac Caffey • Superintendent: Cary McNutt • Green Fees: $12 weekdays, $16 weekends plus carts $5 (9 holes), $10 (18 holes), $15 all day. • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Email: mangumgolf@cityofmangum.com • Phone Number: 580-782-3676

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PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 5223 E. 41st St. North, Tulsa, 74115 First Tee Nine • Par/Yardage: 32/2033 • Architect: Jerry Slack (redesign) • Year Opened: 1955 Pecan Valley • Par/Yardage: 68/5275 whites, 5688 blues • Course Rating: 67.5; Slope: 120 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1955 Woodbine • Par/Yardage: 72/6472 whites, 6845 blues • Course Rating: 72.8; Slope: 122 • Year Opened: 1934 • General Manager: Tom Wolff • Superintendent: Jason Casey • Green Fees: $32 weekdays, $36 weekends (with cart) • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, adjacent to park and zoo • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: Janice Gibson, PGA teaching professional (918-591-4168) • Email: twolff@tulsagolf.org • Website: www.tulsagolf.org • Phone Number: 918-425-6871

Nowata Country Club

• Address: 507 W. Delaware Ave., Nowata, 74048 • Par/Yardage: 33/2459 whites, 2635 blues • Course Rating: 65.4; Slope: 106 • Year Opened: 1912 • General Manager: Betty McGee • Green Fees: $15 (9 holes) all week with cart; $25 (18 holes) weekdays with cart; $28 (18 holes) weekends and holidays with cart • Amenities: limited pro shop, lounge, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green • Phone Number: 918-273-0928

Okeene Municipal Golf Course • Address: 401 S. Phillips St., Okeene, 73763 • Par/Yardage: 35/2932 • Course Rating: 66.7; Slope: 97 • Year Opened: 1981 • Superintendent: Barry Nault • Green Fees: contact pro shop • Amenities: snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range • Email: okeencity@pldi.net • Phone Number: 580-822-3435

Page Belcher Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 6666 S. Union Ave., Tulsa, 74132 Olde Page Course • Par/Yardage: 71/6338 whites, 6826 blues • Course Rating: 72.5; Slope: 127 • Architect: Leon Howard • Year Opened: 1977, 2005 (redesign) Stone Creek Course • Par/Yardage: 71/6105 whites, 6547 blues


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PUBLIC COURSES Perry Golf and Country Club PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 2001 North 9th St., Perry • Par/Yardage: 35/2971 • Course Rating: 68.4; Slope: 118 • Year Opened: late 1920s • Head Professional: Davis Drury • Superintendent: Robin Menard • Green Fees: $15 (9 holes), $20 (18 holes) weekdays. $25 weekends + cart $8 (9 holes), $13 (18 holes) • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, pool, grill & bar • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green • Lessons: Davis Drury • Email: pgccok@gmail.com • Phone Number: 580-336-2326

Pheasant Run Golf Club • Address: 1702 Clubhouse Dr., Enid, 73703 • Par/Yardage: 72/6652 whites, 7424 blues • Course Rating: 74.8; Slope: 120 • Architect: Bland Pittman • Year Opened: 1998 • Director of Golf: Ronny Dow (GM) • Superintendent: Doug Harris • Green Fees: $18 (9 holes), $34 (18 holes) weekdays, $20 (9 holes) $39 (18 holes) weekends, $7.77/$14.77 seniors • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: four-tiered driving range, putting green, chipping green, practice bunker • Website: www.pheasantrunenid.com • Email: pheasantrungolf@att.com • Phone Number: 580-233-2355

Prague Memorial Golf Course

• Address: 1112 N. Ayers Ave., Prague, 74864 • Par/Yardage: 35/3450

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• Course Rating: 66.8; Slope: 114 • Year Opened: 1920s • Director of Golf: City of Prague • Green Fees: $10, $9 seniors weekdays; $12, $10 seniors weekend. Carts: $5 (9 holes), $10 (18 holes) per person • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green • Phone Number: 405-567-2270

Prairie West Golf Club

• Location: 3500 Lyle Rd., Weatherford, 73096 • Address: Box 42, Weatherford, 73096 • Par/Yardage: 71/5737 whites, 6747 blues • Course Rating: 67.3; Slope: 115 • Architect: Labron Harris • Year Opened: 1971 • Head Professional: Phillip Payne (GM) • Superintendent: Patrick Brewer • Green Fees: $24 weekdays, $28 weekends, $20.50 students, $15/$17 twilight, $18.00 seniors/juniors • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, shortgame area • Lessons: Levi Robison • Email: pwgolfstore@yahoo.com • Phone Number: 580-772-3832

Pryor Creek Municipal Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 724 E. 530 Rd., Pryor, 74361 • Par/Yardage: 72/6349 whites, 6670 blues • Course Rating: 71.2; Slope: 124 • Year Opened: 1930 • Head Professional: Dennis Bowman, PGA • Superintendent: Dennis Bowman, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $20.50 weekdays, $21 weekends, $11.50 juniors/seniors; $11 weekdays twilight, + carts $8 (9 holes), $13 (18 holes) • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts

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• Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green • Lessons: Dennis Bowman, Blake Bowman • Email: pryorgolfpro@sbcglobal.net • Website: www.pryorcreekgolf.org • Phone Number: 918-825-3056

Quartz Mountain Golf Course

• Location: Oklahoma 44A to Quartz Mountain State Park, near Lone Wolf • Address: Route 1, Box 35, Lone Wolf, 73655 • Par/Yardage: 71/6035 whites, 6483 blues • Course Rating: 70.8; Slope: 119 • Architect: Art Proctor • Year Opened: 1959, 1994 (redesign) • Director of Golf: Larry Sole (GM) • Superintendent: Larry Sole • Green Fees: $22 weekdays, $25 weekends (includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, lodge with lake, pool, cabins, gift shop, restaurant • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Website: www.quartzmountainresort.org • Phone Number: 580-563-2520

River Bend Golf Course (currently closed for renovations) • Location: 2 1/2 miles from I-44 Exit 83, Chickasha • Address: 1156 County Rd., 1345 Chickasha, 73018 • Par/Yardage: 36/2338 • Year Opened: 1995 • Superintendent: Michael Raidt • Green Fees: $18.33, includes 9 holes and cart fee. • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Email: Riverbendokgolfclub@gmail.com • Website: www.riverbendok.com • Phone Number: 405-222-1995

Riverside Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: Route 66 off I-40, Clinton • Address: Route 1, Box 3625, Clinton, 73601 • Par/Yardage: 70/5642 whites, 6117 blues • Course Rating: 68.8; Slope: 113 • Year Opened: 1962 • Head Professional: Kent Miller, PGA • Superintendent: Kelly Somner • Green Fees: $21.08 weekdays, $29.02 weekends, $14.50/$19.25 juniors/seniors/twilight • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting greens, bunker • Lessons: Kent Miller • Email: bkmiller56@pga.com • Phone Number: 580-323-5958

Rolling Meadows Golf Club

• Address: 23700 E. Rupe Ave., Covington, 73730 • Par/Yardage: 35/2860 • Year Opened: 2001 • Owner: Carol Betchan • Superintendent: David Betchan • Green Fees: $15 Mon.-Thurs., $22 Fri.-Sun., includes cart for 18 holes • Amenities: golf carts, clubhouse • Practice Facilities: driving range • Email: 1944cjb@gmail.com • Phone Number: 580-863-2207

Roman Nose State Park Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: Oklahoma 8A, north of Watonga • Address: Route 1, Box 171-A, Watonga, 73772 • Par/Yardage: 70/5696 whites, 6188 blues • Course Rating: 70.5; Slope: 123 • Architect: Floyd Farley (original 9) • Year Opened: 1960, 1999 (back 9) • Director of Golf: Ryan Bruner (GM) • Superintendent: Ryan Bruner • Green Fees: $34 Tues.-Sun., $20 all-day rate Mon. (includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, lodge with restaurant,

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Shangri-La Resort Golf Club on Monkey Island. fishing, hiking, pool, games • Practice Facilities: putting green, chipping area • Email: ryan.bruner@travelok.com • Website: www.oklahomagolf.com/ www.travelok.com • Phone Number: 580-623-7989

Sapulpa Golf Course

• Address: 1200 W. Dewey Ave., Sapulpa, 74066 • Par/Yardage: 71/6189 whites, 6708 blues • Course Rating: 72.4; Slope: 128 • Architect: Slack, Hayes and Associates (redesign) • Year Opened: 1994 (redesign), 2004 (redesign) • General Manager: David McBride • Superintendent: Randy Smith • Green Fees: $19 weekdays, $25 weekends, $10 juniors, $8 youth weekdays, $12 seniors weekdays, $15 twilight • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, snack bar • Practice Facilities: putting green, chipping green, driving range • Lessons: Jim Ellis, David McBride • Email: Proshop@cityofsapulpa.net • Phone Number: 918-224-0237

Sayre Municipal Golf Course

• Location: south of Sayre • Address: P.O. Box 157, Sayre, 73662 • Par/Yardage: 36/3110 • Year Opened: 1973 • Superintendent: Lloyd McBaine • Green Fees: $15 weekdays, $20 weekends, $10 seniors weekdays, $15 weekends, $12 twilight • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts • Facebook: sayregolfassociation • Phone Number: 580-928-9046

Seiling Golf and Country Club • Location: West 6th Street, Seiling • Par/Yardage: 35/2832 (sand greens) • Green Fees: $5 per day for non-members • Email: seilinggolfcoursellc@gmail.com • Phone Number: 580-922-4460 (city hall)

Sequoyah State Park Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 19277 Park 10, Hulbert, 74441 • Par/Yardage: 70/5707 whites, 5890 blues • Course Rating: 69.9; Slope: 109 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1964 • General Manager: Tony Presley (GM) • Green Fees: $20 (9 holes), $28 (18 holes) (includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green, limited driving range • Lessons: contact pro shop • Website: www.travelok.com

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Shadow Creek Country Club

• Address: 27 Clubview Circle, Sallisaw, 74955 • Par/Yardage: 71/5395 whites, 6015 blues • Course Rating: 68.5; Slope: 123 • Year Opened: 1986 • Superintendent: Jay Pearson (GM) • Green Fees: $28 weekdays, $34 weekends, $26 seniors weekdays, $22 Tues. only, includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green • Phone Number: 918-790-3140

Shangri-La Resort Golf Club

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: Grand Lake - Monkey Island • Address: 31000 S. Highway 125 Afton, 74331 Heritage Nine Par 36, Yardage 3690 Legends Nine Par 36, Yardage 3521 Champions Nine Par 36, Yardage 3384 Heritage-Legends • Course Rating: 74.9, Slope 135 Legends-Champion • Course rating: 73.8, Slope 134 Champions-Heritage • Course rating: 74.5, Slope 140 • Architect: Don Sechrest. (Redesign, Champions course Randy Heckenkemper, Heritage and Legends, Tom Clark.) • Year Opened: 1970, 2012 (redesign) • Director of Golf: Rob Yanovitch, PGA • Superintendent: Justin May, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $90 Mon.-Thurs., 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.; $59 3 p.m. to close. $129 Fri.-Sun. 8 a.m. to noon, $115 noon to 3 p.m. $75 3 p.m. to close. Every Tues. $54 all day for seniors & veterans. All rates include range balls and cart. • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, snacks, lodging, marina, golf packages, boating, fishing, residential development • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunkers • Lessons: Available by appointment • Email: rob.yanovitch@shangrilaok.com • Website: www.shangrilaok.com • Phone Number: 918-257-4204

Shattuck Golf and Country Club • Address: U.S. 283, Shattuck, 73858 • Par/Yardage: 36/3210 • Course Rating: 68.5; Slope: 110 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1968 • Head Professional: Homer Johnson (GM) • Green Fees: $13 weekdays, $17 weekends


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SilverHorn Golf Club

• Address: 11411 N. Kelley Ave., Oklahoma City, 73131 • Par/Yardage: 71/6071 whites, 6768 blues • Course Rating: 73.4; Slope: 128 • Architect: Randy Heckenkemper • Year Opened: 1991 • Director of Golf: Carrie Canoy • Superintendent: Chris Sorrell, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $29.95 weekdays, $36.95 weekends, $17 juniors, $24.95 seniors weekdays • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green • Lessons: contact pro shop • Email: silverhorngm@americangolf.com • Website: www.americangolf.com • Phone Number: 405-752-1181

South Lakes Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 9253 S. Elwood Ave., Jenks, 74037 • Par/Yardage: 71/5839 whites, 6413 blues • Course Rating: 70.7; Slope: 119 • Year Opened: 1988 • Director of Golf: Pat McCrate, PGA • Head Professional: Jason Hines, PGA • Superintendent: Dominic Donajkowski • Green Fees: $24 weekdays, $26 weekends, $14 seniors and twilight, $11 juniors (ages 13-16), $8 youth (ages 12-under), ½ cart is $14, $7 dusk with $6 cart. • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting greens, short-game area • Lessons: Jason Hines, Brent Wilcoxen • Email: links on web site • Website: www.southlakesgolf.com • Phone Number: 918-746-3760

Stroud Municipal Golf Course

• Address: 705 Golf Dr., Stroud, 74079 • Par/Yardage: 35/3146 • Course Rating: 70.2; Slope: 118 • Architect: Don Sechrest • Year Opened: 1968 • Head Professional: Roger Vaughn • Superintendent: Ronnie McKinney • Green Fees: $11 weekdays, $13 weekends, $7 juniors, $9 seniors + cart $5 (9 holes) • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting greens • Lessons: contact pro shop • Email: rfoundry@yahoo.com • Phone Number: 918-968-2105

Sulphur Hills Golf Course

• Location: 2001 Country Club Dr., Sulphur, 73086 • Par/Yardage: 36/3225 • Course Rating: 69.5; Slope: 107 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1964 • Director of Golf: Heath Hancock • Green Fees: $25 (18 holes, 1/2 cart), $18 (9 holes, 1/2 cart) • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green • Email: bpoe2079@yahoo.com • Facebook: sulphurhillsgolfandcountryclub • Phone Number: 580-622-5057

Sunset Hills Golf Course

• Location: 5000 Sunset Dr., Guymon, 73942 • Address: 424 N. Main, Guymon • Par/Yardage: 71/6012 whites, 6397 blues • Course Rating: 70.3; Slope: 120 • Year Opened: 1962 • Director of Golf: Mike Roach • Superintendent: Mike Roach

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Surrey Hills Golf Club

• Address: 11340 Surrey Hills Blvd., Yukon, 73099 • Par/Yardage: 71/6248 whites, 6645 blues • Course Rating: 73.7; Slope: 134 • Architect: Floyd Farley • Year Opened: 1962 • Director of Golf: Mark Fuller, PGA • Head Professional: Jeff Tucker • Superintendent: Mike Breitigan • Green Fees: $36 weekdays, $39 weekends, twilight $30 (includes cart), all + tax. • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green • Lessons: Danny Snow, Jeff Tucker, Mark Fuller • Email: thegolfclubatsurreyhills@gmail.com • Website: www.thegolfclubatsurreyhills.com • Phone Number: 405-373-2471

Sycamore Springs Golf Course (Latimer County)

• Address: 3101 Golf Course Rd., Wilburton, 74578 • Par/Yardage: 35/2970 • Year Opened: 1970 • Director of Golf: Norm Clayburn • Green Fees: $13 weekdays, $15 weekends + carts $10 (9 holes), $16 (18 holes), all day $25. • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts, pool • Practice Facilities: putting green • Email: donoley@gmail.com • Phone Number: 918-465-3161

Tahlequah City Golf Course

• Address: 2200 Golf Course Rd., Tahlequah, 74464 • Par/Yardage: 34/2320 • Year Opened: 1928 • Director of Golf: Mike Palmer (GM) • Superintendent: Mike Palmer, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $8.60 all day • Amenities: snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Email: golfsuper@cityoftahlequah.com • Website: www.cityoftahlequah.com • Phone Number: 918-456-3761

Tishomingo Golf Course

• Address: 3600 Golf Course Rd., Tishomingo, 73460 • Par/Yardage: 36/3014 • Year Opened: 1940s • Head Professional: Lee Lovett • Superintendent: Lee Lovett • Green Fees: $27.50 weekday, includes cart, $32.50 weekend, includes cart, $7.50 twilight • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range (own golf balls), putting green • Phone Number: 580-371-2604

TopGolf Oklahoma City

• Address: 13313 Pawnee Dr., Oklahoma City, 73114 • Twitter: @topgolfokc • Website: www.topgolf.com/us/oklahoma-city • Hours: Mon-Thurs, 9 a.m. to 12 a.m. Fri-Sat, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Sun. 9 a.m. to 12 a.m. • Description: Multiple level driving range with electronic golf games, bars, restaurants and other entertainment options. • Phone Number: 405-607-7154

Trosper Park Golf Course

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 2301 SE 29th St., Oklahoma City, 73129 • Par/Yardage: 70/5963 whites, 6601 blues • Course Rating: 71.8; Slope: 129

www.golfoklahoma .org • Architect: Tom Harris, Randy Heckenkemper (redesign) • Year Opened: 1954, 2001 (redesign) • Director of Golf: Brandon Alford, PGA • Superintendent: Jake Cannon • Green Fees: $43.35, $32.24 seniors (62+), $37.93 twilight, $32.78 dusk (includes cart) + tax • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunker • Lessons: Brandon Alford • Email: brandon@okcgolf.com • Website: www.okcgolf.com • Phone Number: 405-677-8874

Turkey Creek Golf Club • Location: 12424 State Hwy 51, Hennessey, 73742 • Address: Box 698, Hennessey, 73742 • Par/Yardage: 70/5720 whites, 6300 blues • Course Rating: 70.1; Slope: 114 • Architect: Slack, Hayes and Associates • Year Opened: 1970, 1996 (redesign) • Head Professional: Earl Seiger • Superintendent: Dustin Vinson • Green Fees: $25 weekdays, $35 weekends (includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green • Lessons: contact pro shop • Email: hogan@pldi.net • Phone Number: 405-853-2100

Twin Oaks Golf Club • Address: 6545 North Highway 81, Duncan, 73533 • Par/Yardage: 5986 whites, 6317 blues • Course Rating: 69.9; Slope: 122 • Year Opened: 1968 • Head Professional: Chris Ellsworth • Superintendent: Junior Moody • Green Fees: $24 weekdays, $30 weekends, $8 seniors, $8 juniors, $8 twilight Mon.-Thurs., $12 cart • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts, snack bar • Practice Facilities: lighted driving range, putting and chipping greens • Lessons: Bob Hardy • Email: cjellsworth@cableone.net • Website: www.twinoaksgolfclub.com • Phone Number: 580-252-4714

Watonga Municipal Golf Course • Location: Oklahoma 51A on Airport Road, Watonga • Address: 861 Airport Rd., Watonga, 73772 • Par/Yardage: 36/3233 • Course Rating: 70.7; Slope: 118 • Year Opened: 1960 • Director of Golf: Denise Adkisson • Green Fees: $9 (9 holes), $15 (18 holes), $9 cart (9 holes), $15 cart (18 holes) • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Email: denise.adkisson@hotmail.com • Phone Number: 580-623-4674

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Waurika Golf Course • Address: 1222 West Anderson Ave., Waurika, 73573 • Par/Yardage: 35/2911 • Year Opened: 1950s, rebuilt greens in 2005 • Director of Golf: Bill Everett (GM) • Superintendent: David McDonald • Green Fees: $12 (includes cart), under 16 $9 • Amenities: limited pro shop, golf carts • Practice Facilities: pitching green, putting green • Website: www.waurika.us

Westbury Country Club • Address: 2101 Westbury Dr., Yukon, 73099 • Par/Yardage: 72/6276 whites, 7000 blues • Course Rating: 72.3; Slope: 122 • Architect: Don January • Year Opened: 1972 • Head Professional: Duck Lutz • Superintendent: Gene O’Bryant • Green Fees: $32.90 weekdays, $36.90 weekends, $8 juniors weekdays (includes cart) • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, pool, tennis, health spa • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunkers • Lessons: Duck Lutz • Email: westburycountryclub@hotmail.com • Website: westburycountryclub.com

Westwood Park Golf Course • Address: 2400 Westport Dr., Norman, 73069 • Par/Yardage: 70/5810 whites, 6162 blues • Course Rating: 70.4; Slope: 123 • Architect: Floyd Farley

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• Year Opened: 1967 • Head Professional: Rick Parish, PGA • Superintendent: Ralph Cagigal • Green Fees: $25 (others TBD) • Amenities: pro shop, restaurant, golf carts, tennis, pool • Practice Facilities: putting green, driving range, chipping green, bunkers • Lessons: Rick Parish • Email: westwood.golf@normanok.gov • Website: normanok.gov • Phone Number: 405-292-9700

• Green Fees: $33 weekdays, $39 weekends, $27/$33 twilight, $22/$23 super twilight, $23 seniors weekdays, $16.50 juniors weekdays, includes cart • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts, banquet pavilion • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunker • Email: whitehawk@americangolf.com • Website: whitehawkgc.com • Phone Number: 918-366-4653

Whispering Meadows

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: Interstate 35, Exit 1, Just north of Texas • Address: 10813 Pro Shop Rd., Thackerville, 73459 • Par/Yardage: 72/7144 blues (west & south); 7116 blues (west & east); 7214 blues (south & east) • Course Rating: 75.6; Slope: 126 • Architect: D. A. Weibring • Year Opened: 2006 • General Manager: Michael Ferguson • Head Professional: Scott Bishop • Superintendent: Charles Wise, OKGCSA • Green Fees: Rates range from $79-$129 with casino players passport card • Amenities: pro shop, clubhouse, restaurant, golf carts with GPS, casino, banquet hall • Practice Facilities: WinStar Golf Academy and golf schools, golf carts with ceiling fans and USB ports, driving range, putting green, chipping green, short-game area, SAM putting labs, GEARS fitting system • Lessons: Lessons through Golf Academy • Email: Michael.ferguson@chickasaw.net • Website: www.winstarworldcasino.com • Phone Number: 580-276-1240

• Address: 5631 E 203rd St South, Warner, 74469 • Par/Yardage: 36/3400 • Architect: Ken Pruitt • Year Opened: 1993 • Director of Golf: David & Lori Arion (owner) • Superintendent: David Arion • Green Fees: $12 weekdays (9 holes), $14 weekends (9 holes), $18/$22 (18 holes), includes cart • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts • Practice Facilities: putting green • Phone Number: 918-463-5333

White Hawk Golf Club PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 14515 S. Yale Ave., Bixby, 74008 • Par/Yardage: 72/6509 whites, 6982 blues • Course Rating: 74.6; Slope: 135 • Architect: Randy Heckenkemper • Year Opened: 1993 • Director of Golf: Elizabeth Haddock (GM) • Superintendent: Robert Dreeson, OKGCSA

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PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: Altus Air Force Base • Address: 209 Fir Dr., Building 35, Altus, 73523 • Par/Yardage: 71/6234 whites, 6763 blues • Course Rating: 72.3; Slope: 115 • Year Opened: 1997 (second 9) • Head Professional: Rusty Wortham, PGA • Superintendent: Rusty Wortham, PGA • Green Fees: $18 weekdays/weekends + $10 cart • Amenities: pro shop, snack area, golf carts • Practice Facilities: lighted driving range, putting green • Lessons: Rusty Wortham, PGA • Email: lacy.wortham@altus.af.mil • Website: www.altusfss.com

Winter Creek Golf & Country Club

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 2300 Clubhouse Dr., Blanchard, 73010 • Par/Yardage: 72/6658 whites, 7106 blues • Course Rating: 73.8; Slope: 128 • Architect: Rocky Rocquemore • Year Opened: 2003 • Director of Golf: Jarod Lundy, PGA • Superintendent: Chad Weinrich, GCSAA • Green Fees: $50 Tues.-Thur., $65 Fri.-Sun. Junior and senior fees available. Fee includes cart and range balls. Dress code strictly enforced. • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts with GPS, full service restaurant, pool (members only), fitness center (members only) • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunkers • Lessons: Jarod Lundy, PGA; one assistant • Email: info@wintercreekgc.com (redirected to reach all management staff) • Website: www.wintercreekgc.com • Phone Number: 405-224-4653

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Wolf Ridge Golf Club

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• Address: 24175 Clubhouse Lane, Wister, 74966 • Par/Yardage: 72/6466 whites, 7016 blues • Course Rating: 74.1; Slope: 121 • Year Opened: 2005 • Superintendent: Jon Obermark, GCSAA • Golf Professional: Matt Brown • Green Fees: $37.28 weekdays, $42.60 weekends, 9 holes $20.24 weekdays, $30.89 weekends. Fall and Winter rates $26.63, includes cart + tax • Amenities: clubhouse, pro shop, restaurant • Practice Facilities: putting green, driving range • Email: wolfridgeclubhouse@hotmail.com • Phone Number: 918-647-2582

PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Address: 11872 S. 274th E. Ave., Coweta, 74429 • Par/Yardage: 70/5862 whites, 6192 blues • Course Rating: 72.4; Slope: 123 • Year Opened: 1981, 1998 (redesign) • Director of Golf: Lonnie Thompson (GM) • Superintendent: Jackey Yocham, OKGCSA • Green Fees: $12 weekdays, $15 weekends plus $11.50 cart, $8 juniors/seniors weekdays, after 1 p.m. $7.50 walk, $14.70 with cart • Amenities: pro shop, snack bar, golf carts, players lounge • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green • Lessons: Contact pro shop • Email: barbara@woodsgolfclub.com • Phone Number: 918-486-3117

Wolf at Tenkiller, The PGA GOLF PASS MEMBER • Location: 4.5 miles East of Lake Tenkiller Dam, 1.5 east of Hwy 82 and Hwy 100 • Address: 453579 E. 965 Rd., Vian, 74962 • Par/Yardage: 72/6451 • Course Rating: 72.6; Slope: 132 • Head Professional: Kyle Fulbright, PGA • Superintendent: Charlie Fulbright • Green Fees: $20 weekdays, $25 weekends (includes cart) • Amenities: Four lane Duck Pin Bowling, bar and grill, golf carts. • Practice Facilities: driving range and putting green • Lessons: Kyle Fulbright • Email: Kfulbright@pga.com • Website: www.thewolfattenkiller.com • Phone Number: 918-773-5093

Woodward Park Golf Course • Address: 2500 Whittaker Way, Woodward, 73801 • Par/Yardage: 35/3323 • Course Rating: 69.7; Slope: 113 • Architect: Robert C. Dunning • Year Opened: 1954 • Head Professional: Robert Wood (GM) • Superintendent: Robert Wood (GM) • Green Fees: $14.55 weekdays, $16.85 weekends, $7 twilight • Amenities: pro shop, golf carts • Practice Facilities: driving range, putting green, chipping green • Lessons: Gene Endersby, PGA • Phone Number: 580-256-9028

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