Oklahoma

Top 100 Golf Courses - Oklahoma

Oak Tree (East)

11th Oklahoma - Best in Area

Set within a private gated golf community, the East course at Oak Tree Country Club is the longer and more difficult of a pair of 18-hole Pete and Alice Dye layouts located at this fine golf facility.

Tulsa

12th Oklahoma - Best in Area

Tulsa Country Club is the second oldest course in the state of Oklahoma, dating back to 1920 when A.W. Tillinghast set out the fairways. It’s been much modified down the years, most notably by Jay Morrish.

Jimmie Austin

13th Oklahoma - Best in Area

Host to both the male and female US Public Links Championships (in 2009 and 2013, respectively), Bob Cupp redesigned Perry Maxwell's course at the Jimmie Austin Golf Club at the University of Oklahoma in 1996 and Tripp Davis completed a renovation in 2017.

Dornick Hills

14th Oklahoma - Best in Area

Dornick Hills Golf & Country Club was where Perry Maxwell built his first course in 1914. Poignantly, when the respected architect died, he was buried in the family plot close to the 7th hole.

Stillwater

15th Oklahoma - Best in Area

Stillwater Country Club was Donald Sechrest’s inaugural design, which opened in 1966. Host to numerous important state championships, Stillwater plays tougher than its modest 6524 yards.

Hillcrest Country Club - Oklahoma

16th Oklahoma - Best in Area

A Golden Age design from Perry Maxwell in the late 1920s, Floyd Farley in 1960 and Arnold Palmer in the mid-1980s modified the course at Hillcrest Country Club, but it still retains much of its original charm.

Chickasaw Pointe

17th Oklahoma - Best in Area

Occupying high ground above Lake Texoma, the holes at Chickasaw Pointe Golf Club are configured in such a way that the two nines are laid out on separate peninsulas, affording wonderful lakeside vistas from many holes.

Cedar Ridge

18th Oklahoma - Best in Area

Joe Finger laid out the Cedar Ridge Country Club course in 1969 and it hosted the US Women’s Open in 1983 when Jan Stephenson became the first Australian to win the title.

Forest Ridge

19th Oklahoma - Best in Area

Set within a 1,000-acre residential development, Forest Ridge Golf Club is an upmarket public facility that debuted in 1989. Designed by Randy Heckenkemper, the course is hewn from a densely wooded landscape.

Winstar (East & South)

20th Oklahoma - Best in Area

Owned by the Chickasaw Nation, Winstar Golf Club is operated by the Winstar World Casino and Resort. The club’s original East and South nine-hole loops debuted in 2006, with the West nine appearing five years later. In 2017, an additional nine holes were built to form two 18-hole courses, which are now called Redbud and Scissortail.