The Top Ten Golf Courses in Tulsa
Visitors to Tulsa, also known as “Oklahoma’s Green Country,” quickly realize that spending a day golfing on the greens is truly one of the best ways to enjoy the breathtakingly scenic views and beautiful landscape that Tulsa has to offer. Whether your focus is competition or connecting with others, Tulsa’s top ten golf courses offer endless opportunities for you to match your love for golf with your love for the outdoors. From individuals retiring in Tulsa to young professionals and teens, Tulsa provides a golfing experience that you are not soon to forget.
While Oklahoma has numerous beautiful and well-kept golf courses throughout the state, Tulsa is proud to welcome our visitors to enjoy these top ten golf courses:
- Woodbine Course at Mohawk Park Golf Course
- Pecan Valley Course at Mohawk Park Golf Course
- Championship Course at Southern Hills Country Club
- West Nine Course at Southern Hills Country Club
- Olde Page Course at Page Belcher Golf Course
- Stone Creek Course at Page Belcher Golf Course
- Tulsa Course at Tulsa Country Club
- LaFortune Park Course at LaFortune Park Golf Course
- Par-3 Course at LaFortune Park Golf Course
- Meadowbrook Course at Meadowbrook Country Club
Mohawk Park Golf Course
Those who visit this premier 36-hole public course will be overwhelmed by the beauty of the surrounding backdrop naturally created by Mohawk Park. Along with the Page Belcher Golf Course, Mohawk Park Gold Course is professionally managed by Billy Casper Golf. Mohawk Park has two equally enjoyable courses for you to choose from: Woodbine Course and Pecan Valley Course.
Originally built in 1927 by Perry Maxwell and later updated by William Diddel and Floyd Farley in 1934, Woodbine Course is known for its generous fairways, large greens, and minimal water hazards. Woodbine Course provides a beautiful setting of mature pecan and oak trees to practice your putting strokes.
Pecan Valley Course
Built almost thirty years later in 1953 by Perry Maxwell, Pecan Valley boasts more mature trees, tight driving areas, and more water hazards. The front nine of Pecan Valley has recently been turned into a 9-hole course of par 4’s and 3’s for young golfers to enjoy as a First Tee Instructional Facility, but it is still available to golfers of all ages. And all ages will be able to enjoy the new driving range with grass hitting areas and practice bunkers near the practice greens.
Mohawk Park is located minutes from Downtown Tulsa and is adjacent to the Tulsa Zoo. They offer golf passes, golf lessons, and junior golf camps.
Southern Hills Country Club
Originally started as a member-owned country club, the private course at Southern Hills Country Club has received recognition as one of the top 100 courses in the world. Southern Hills Country Club was first established in 1935 and was designed after the style of an English Country Manor.
The course was designed in 1946 by Perry Maxwell and later renovated by Keith Foster. This course poses critical tee shots with every hole bending to the left or right. The majority of the putting surfaces have been guarded by simple yet effective bunkers and they each carry the classic “Maxwell Rolls.” Southern Hills Country Club has hosted fifteen major championships including four US Opens and three USPGA Championships. Golfers at Southern Hills enjoy Bermuda grass fairways lined by mature deciduous trees.
West Nine Course
In 1992, Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw designed the West Nine creating a total of 27 holes. The club offers many activities including swimming and diving pools, tennis, and a fitness center.
Page Belcher Golf Course
Named after Congressman Page Belcher, Page Belcher Golf Course features an all-grass practice range, short-game area, and putting green. This 36-hole public facility is the home of the Tulsa Golf School and offers two championship courses: Olde Page and Stone Creek. Golfers at Page Belcher will enjoy the beautiful Zoysia fairways and bentgrass greens.
Olde Page Course
Designed by Leon Howard, Olde Page first opened in 1977, Olde Page has hosted the 1988 USGA Women’s Pub-Links Championship and continues to have many golf enthusiasts returning year after year to enjoy its rolling hills.
Stone Creek Course
In 1987, Page Belcher opened another course, Stone Creek, designed by Donald Sechrest and Craig Schreiner and managed by Billy Casper Golf. When you experience Stone Creek’s incredible scenery, you’ll understand why it was named one of America’s Top 50 New Public Courses with the first year of opening. An 18-hole course with a course rating of 72.3 and a slope rating of 126, Stone Creek features 6,539 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71.
Tulsa Country Club
A private club in Tulsa, the Tulsa Country Club, was ranked as one of the top five courses in Oklahoma by Golfweek Magazine. The club was founded during the Tulsa oil-boom and has one of the best views of Downtown Tulsa. They offer family activities, social events, sports tournaments, swimming, and dining options.
Tulsa Country Club Golf Course was originally designed by one of the most famous golf course architects, A.W. Tillinghast. It’s natural creeks and tree-lined fairways give the perfect contrast to the downtown skyline in the background. It is the second oldest course in Oklahoma and has hosted exhibitions and tournaments that included some of the top PGA and LPGA professionals.
LaFortune Park Golf Course
Recently renovated, this 1960’s cornerstone to the Tulsa community has been appropriately labeled, “The Pride of Tulsa County”. LaFortune Park Golf Course’s 18-hole championship layout includes water hazards, sand bunkers, and bent grass greens. Their Golf Shop is also proudly known as the #1 Golf Shop in the state of Oklahoma. They offer superior fitting services and they have won GSO’s Top 100 Golf Shops in the United States multiple times as well as Golf Digest’s Top 100 Clubfitter’s 2011.
Golfers will also enjoy the 18-hole Par-3 which reopened in October of 2018 after it was renovated by Randy Heckenkemper. There they will experience stadium lighting throughout the course between April and October as well as a cart path.
MeadowBrook Country Club
Originally designed by architect Press Maxwell, MeadowBrook Country Club’s par-72, 6,810-yard 18 hole championship golf course is surrounded by mature trees and stunning flora and fauna. Golfers will enjoy walking along the rolling fairways and manicured greens as they take in the picturesque water features.
MeadowBrook’s course has hosted many state and regional championships including the 2011 Oklahoma State Amateur and the 2016 Oklahoma Senior Stroke Play Championship. In 1997, the course was redesigned by Jay Moorish and Carter Morrish and has a course rating of 31.1 with a slope rating of 129.
MeadowBrook Country Club is a private equity facility golf course with an “Accompanied By Member” guest policy. The club offers competitive golf activities throughout the year including tournaments, outings, men’s and women’s association play, couples’ mixers, leagues, clinics, and inter-club competitions.
From the casual golfer to the professional golfer and everyone in between, Tulsa’s top ten golf courses offer something for everyone. Golfing can be a great way to spend the day with your buddies, an excellent Tulsa date night idea, or a good way to decompress after the workweek.
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