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Play 11 Golf Courses in Oklahoma
Whether you're headed for Tulsa, OKC, or Guymon way out west, be sure to bring your golf clubs the next time you visit Oklahoma. Choose any of these sterling golf courses and enjoy pleasant spring temperatures, scenic views of the plains, and plenty of unique challenges.
1. Silverado Golf COurse
Enjoy an authentic southern Oklahoma golf experience in Durant when you play 18 holes at the Silverado Golf Course. Drive in form nearby Madill or Atoka and enjoy 18 holes at this public course – it was opened in 2001, and designed by Terry Reynolds.
2. Lawton Municipal GOlf Course
Another charming southern Oklahoma city is Lawton, where you'll find the Lawton Municipal Golf Course. You can make the short drive in from Altus and play 18 holes measuring in at 7,142 yards. The Ben Hogan-designed course was opened in 1956.
3. Earlywine Golf Club
Almost directly south of downtown Oklahoma City, and a short drive from Moore and El Reno, the Earlywine Golf Club makes for an ideal destination for any trip into the greater OKC area. Choose from the Lakes Course or the North Course, both 18 holes, and enjoy shooting for par in OKC.
4. Trosper Park Golf Course
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Continue your exploration of the Oklahoma City area when you book a tee time at Trosper Park Golf Course. Make the short drive from Edmond, Yukon, or Midwest City and play 18 holes of exceptional golf at Trosper Park. It plays to 6,631 yards, and was opened in 1953.
5. Stroud Municipal Golf COurse
When your Oklahoma travels have you visiting Stroud, be sure to play some of the finest holes around at the Stroud Municipal Golf Course. Opened in 1970, Stroud Municipal Golf Course is a fun, nine-hole executive course – drive in from Cushing and play through twice for a full 18.
6. LaFortune Park GOlf Course
Experience the pride of Tulsa when you play 18 holes at LaFortune Golf Course. Make your way to Tulsa from nearby Muskogee or Glenpool. LaFurtune Golf Course is open April – September, and features lights throughout the course for night golf.
7. Page Belcher Golf Course
Keep the Tulsa golf trip going strong with a round of 18 at the Page Belcher Golf Course. Drive in from nearby Owasso or Broken Arrow and check out the Donald Sechrest designed golf course. Opened in 2003, Page Belcher plays to 6,539 yards from the back tees.
8. Kartsen Creek Golf Club
Stay and play in Sillwater. Book a tee time for the Karsten Creek Golf Course and play 18 exquisite holes. You can make the drive in from Guthrie, or enjoy a fun time in Stillwater. The course starts with a 542-yard par 5 – be sure to warm up with a bucket ball at the driving range.
9. Blackwell Municipal GOlf Course
A fun executive course in Blackwell, the Blackwell Municipal Golf Course is a challenging and well maintained course. With a slope rating of 120, the Blackwell Municipal Golf Course is a mature course – it was opened in 1926.
10. Pheasant Run Golf Club
Back in the Panhandle region of the state, find your stroke and shoot for par at Pheasant Run Golf Club. The city of Enid is a vibrant and charming setting for such a challenging and entertaining course – Pheasant Run is an 18-hole, par 72, with two of Oklahoma's top-10 par 3 holes.
11. Sunset Hills Golf Course
Any stay in the city of Guymon should include a round of golf at the Sunset Hills Golf Course. Found just west of downtown Guymon, and easily accessed from Highway 54, Sunset Hills Golf Course is an 18-hole thriller. Ideal for all levels of golf skill, Sunset Hills Golf Course is a par 72, with a slope rating of 120. It was opened in 1920.