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Oklahoma is roughly divided into two regions. The east and northeast part of the state is founded on rolling hills amidst ample lakes, rivers and watersheds. Heading west about halfway to Oklahoma City, one notices a change in the topography, and the soil becomes red. Hills begin to smooth out, and the watersheds come less frequently. The people are supremely friendly, and can be unexpectedly sophisticated. Whatever you thought of Oklahoma, if you haven't golfed there before, be prepared for a pleasant surprise.
Two impressive, championship courses are waiting for you at Lincoln Park Golf Course in Oklahoma City. The East course at Lincoln Park is sure to test your skills and is certain to provide an enjoyable round of golf every time you play it. The West course is the featured golf course at Lincoln Park. At nearly 6600 yards from the black tournament tees, this par-71 course is one you don't want to miss. The par-5 #1 hole is a dogleg left that vaults you into this thoroughly gorgeous and challenging 18-hole masterpiece. Both of these courses are always maintained in tournament condition.
Grand Cherokee Golf Course near Langley is the only nine-hole course in the state park system. Set against the beautiful backdrop of Pensacola Dam, tree-lined fairways, bent grass greens, well-placed bunkers, minimum water hazards and a spectacular view of the Pensacola Dam. Facilities include a driving range and pro shop with cart and club rentals, snacks and drinks. Private and group lessons available. Recreation and RV camping available at nearby Cherokee State Park where non-golfers will enjoy a variety of water sports and outdoor activities.
Lake Murray Golf Course near Ardmore could prove difficult for the not-so-average golfer. Located at Lake Murray State Park, this 18 hole golf course features towering oak trees, tree-lined fairways, strategically placed water hazards and a breathtaking natural waterfall. The front nine holes are tight, with trees lining almost every fairway. The bent grass greens are small and vary in degrees of slope. Five of the first nine holes and four of the back nine holes have doglegs and are surrounded by trees. Murray's signature par-three 16th hole is surrounded by water on three sides, including a natural waterfall that tumbles 12 feet over rocks. The course is well-manicured and challenging. Golfers of all ages and abilities are welcomed. A pro shop and practice range are located on-site and individual or group lessons are available. Also, an airstrip is located nearby the golf course.
Cedar Creek Golf Course at Beavers Bend. Known for its pine-rimmed fairways, Cedar Creek Golf Course is one of the most beautiful courses in the state. Nestled in the foothills of the Kiamichi Mountains, the long, narrow course is surrounded by pine forests and the deep-blue waters of Broken Bow Lake. Crystal-clear Cedar Creek runs through the course, providing beauty, wildlife and hazard. 18 holes, par 72, Bermuda grass greens, tees and fairways, putting green, driving range, pro shop with cart and club rentals, snacks and drinks. Nearby Lakeview Lodge and Beavers Bend Resort Park provide lodging and other recreation.
Roman Nose Golf Course ($47.00 per person, per night) near Watonga, the degree of difficulty is twofold compared to other courses. The least of your worries on this course are the sand bunkers, since there are only three. The deep canyons, panoramic mesas and different elevations of the course are tough as well as beautiful. Canyons border 15 of 18 holes, and the fourth hole was listed as one of the most difficult in the nation. The signature seventh hole is known as the "Canyon Hole" for its natural hazard. This 18 hole, par 70 course offers sloping bent grass greens, bermuda grass tees and fairways, natural hazards (but no sand or water hazards), lake views, canyon walls and mesas. Facilities include a putting green and pro shop with cart and club rentals, snacks and drinks. Private or group lessons available. Lodging and other recreational opportunities available at nearby Roman Nose Resort Park.
Sequoyah State Park Golf Course. This Floyd Farley designed 18 hole, par 70, 5860 yard golf course offers Bermuda grass greens, tees and fairways, well placed sand bunkers and lake views. Facilities include a pro shop with cart, club rental, snacks, drinks and gift shop. Take a moment to enjoy the abundant wildlife along the way. Recreation, restaurant and lodging available at nearby Western Hills Guest Ranch. RV camping also available at Sequoyah State Park. Nature Center, mountain bike and hiking trails, riding stables, marina and other water-related activities available for the non golfers.
Arrowhead State Park Golf Course. This 18 hole, par 72 course offers bent grass greens, Bermuda grass tees and fairways, lake views, minimal water hazards and well-placed sand bunkers. Facilities include a putting green, driving range and pro shop with cart and club rentals, snacks and drinks. Driving range golf clinic and private or group lessons available. Built on the banks of Lake Eufaula, beautiful hills, wildlife of all kinds can be seen every day. Airstrip located nearby. Recreation and RV camping available at nearby Arrowhead State Park.
Fort Cobb State Park Golf Course. This 18 hole, par 70 course offers bent grass greens, Bermuda grass tees and fairways, a wide open front nine, and challenging back nine, well-placed sand bunkers, and lake views. Facilities include a putting green, driving range and pro shop with club and cart rentals, snacks and drinks. Recreation and RV camping available at nearby Fort Cobb State Park. Senior discount offered Monday through Thursday. Junior rates available daily. Private or group lessons available. Golf Digest has included Fort Cobb in their Places to Play in Oklahoma list with 3 stars for 3 years in a row.
Fountainhead Creek Golf Course At Eufalla State Park (while not now in the state park system) is an 18-hole regulation length golf course in Checotah, Oklahoma. This medium-length layout features 4 sets of teeboxes for the enjoyment of golfers of all skill levels. This 18 hole, par 72 course offers oversize bent grass greens, Bermuda grass tees and fairways, water hazards, well-placed sand bunkers, lake views and watchable wildlife. Fountainhead is a fine test of skill for any golfer. Views of Lake Eufaula provide the backdrop for the 12th hole, a 200-yard par three. Facilities include a putting green, driving range, and golf shop with cart and club rentals, snacks, and drinks. A pond in the front of the sloping green protects the landing area of the signature par-five ninth hole.
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