Short but tight, Sequoyah State Park Golf Course is deceiving with its elevated tees and plentiful doglegs. The number eight hole is a downhill drive w/ an elevated green. Tip: Use more club! Read more.
Golf Digest Magazine put Fort Cobb SP Golf Course on the "Places to Play in Oklahoma" list for three years in a row. The back nine is a challenge, be sure to pack plenty of Gatorade and golf balls. Read more.
Surrounded by the tall pines of the Kiamichi Mountains, Cedar Creek was chosen by Golf Digest Magazine as the top municipal course in the state in 2009. No sandtraps but plenty of water hazards. Read more.
Although the course is surrounded by gorgeous sparkling water from Lake Murray, don't let that fool you! Hole number 7 is a monster with southwest winds blowing and a waterfall guarding the green. Read more.
The natural canyons create beauty & a certain degree of difficulty at Roman Nose State Park Golf Course. Hole number 17 takes some finesse - downhill, over a creek & ending w/ a three-tiered green. Read more.
The only nine hole course in the Oklahoma State Parks system, Grand Cherokee Golf Course is a challenge no less. Historic Pensacola Dam is not a golf hazard but it provides impressive scenery. Read more.