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About the course
An 18 hole course with the front 9 on a 3 hole golf course and the back 9 in a park setting. The front 9 is challenging with an average hole distance of 415' while the back 9 has an average hole distance of 295'. The uniqueness of the design is that you can potentially play the back or front 9 twice, depending on your skill level or the elements that are ever changing in Oklahoma. The pro shop will be open during tournaments on the weekends and will be the headquarters of Tulsa Disc Sports Association.
18 Holes
Concrete Tees
DISCatcher Pro (28 chains) Targets
Mixed use, Golf course
Established 2022
Dogs allowed
Cart friendly
No drinking water available
No restroom available

Contact

Kyle Gibson / 918-629-4694 / kylegibson.ok@gmail.com

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Players usually spend 2 - 3 hours here.

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Upkeep
4.5
Shot variety/design
4.2
Tee areas
3.9
Signage/wayfinding
3.5
Amenities
3.5
Scenery/views
3.7
mauldinmj
@mauldinmj
55
0
Aug 29, 2023
Cool layout. Water danger on a few holes on the front 9, technical back 9. Tee pads flush with ground is a huge plus. A little difficult to navigate if you aren’t using the course map. Some long walks between holes.
blakeburke9
@blakeburke9
19
0
Aug 23, 2023
Long front 9, short back 9. Lots of water hazards on the front nine with very short tee pads. Lost 2 Envys on the front 9. I recommend playing the back 9 only.
rwhy45669
@rwhy45669
29
0
Aug 1, 2023
Good mix of shots, a few low ceilings could use trimming. Tees are a little on the small side but are flush to the ground so run ups are no problem. Overall solid course.
jrich44
@jrich44
7
0
Jul 22, 2023
I’d say it’s one of the better courses in Tulsa. The front 9 isn’t as bad as most people say. With the exception of hole 6, which is very tricky, the water hazards are pretty manageable. The back 9 has less water, but it’s no cake walk. The trees can force some technical shots. I think my biggest complaint is that tee boxes are kind of short. Overall though, it’s a great course for anyone regardless of skill level.

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