Golf & Rent Golf Clubs in Tulsa
Tulsa, Oklahoma is a wonderful mix of southern comfort and cosmopolitan style. From art deco architecture to a drive along Route 66, there is something for everyone to enjoy--including some great golf courses. Here are our five picks for golfing in the Tulsa area.
At Stone Creek you'll enjoy striking vistas with a modern layout. It's considered a shotmakers dream course and is the more challenging of the two courses at Page Belcher with water hazards and elevation changes. It is demanding but a fair test for golfers of all skill levels.
6666 S. Union Avenue
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74132
(800) 339-2997, (918) 446-1529
Green Fees: $17 - $28
If you are up for a little drive, Cedar Creek is well worth it. Located in Beavers Bend State Park, it's considered one of the most beautiful courses in the state and you'll get plenty of wildlife sightings in during your round. Set in the foothills of the Kiamichi Mountains, the course is narrow and lined with pines. Broken Bow Lake and Cedar Creek serve as water hazards and beautiful back drops.
Broken Bow, OK 74728
(580) 494-6456, (866) 602-4653
Green Fees: Contact for more information
This course is tucked away in the canyons just west of Tulsa near Sand Springs. Here you'll enjoy spectacular views of the Tulsa skyline and a challenging, lush and wooded course. Some of the biggest challenges at The Canyons are the major elevation changes and quite a few blind shots.
1801 N McKinley Avenue
Sand Springs, OK 74063
Green Fees: $29 - $40
This local favorite is consistently top rated by Golfweek. With a country club feel, this public course is narrow and challenging. Hazards abound with water, trees and sand. With four sets of tees to chose from, golfers of many skill levels can enjoy a round at Forest Ridge.
7501 E Kenosha Street
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74014
Green Fees: $30 - $70
Named "Best New Course" by Golf Digest the year it opened and consistently listed by Golfweek as one of "America's Best Public-Access Courses for Oklahoma," Karsten Creek features a championship Tom Fazio design. The course is also home to Oklahoma State's Men's and Women's golf programs so the course is always kept in a challenging and pristine condition. Here you'll find undulating terrain throughout while the back nine flows around the shores of Lake Louise. The green fees are pricey but locals say it's well worth the cost. Tip: If you can find a member to accompany you, you can cut your cost in half.
1800 S. Memorial Drive
Stillwater, OK 74074
Green Fees: $350 Unaccompanied Guest, $150 Accompanied Guest