Golfing in OKC
Hit the links in OKC! Whether playing full rounds, practicing your chip shot or just puttering around on the driving range, Oklahoma City has excellent public golf courses.
Two impressive, championship courses are waiting for you at Lincoln Park Golf Course in Oklahoma City. The East course at Lincoln Park is sure to test your skills and is certain to provide an enjoyable round of golf every time you play it. The West course is the featured golf course at Lincoln Park. At nearly 6,600 yards from the black tournament tees, this par-71 course is one you don't want to miss.
Lake Hefner Golf Club features two challenging golf courses to choose from. The North Course stretches to just under 7,000 yards from the black tees. The South Course is the shorter of the two and measures just over 6,300 yards from its blue tees. Both beautiful golf courses are dotted by water hazards as well as bunkered fairways and greens.
Boasting two challenging courses, Earlywine Golf Club in Oklahoma City has much to offer. Featuring changes in elevation, nestled against natural areas, the North course is a balance of risk and reward. A creek winding throughout the course adds to the beauty of the North course. A new clubhouse is also under construction and slated to open in 2022.
The golf course at Trosper Golf Club is a favorite of local golfers. This heavily wooded course stretches to just over 6,600 yards from the black tees. Water comes into play on a total of eight holes while you will face bunkered greens on 17 of their challenging holes. Four sets of tees allow the entire family to enjoy the course.
Located in the heart of Oklahoma City, just three miles east of Downtown OKC, James E. Stewart Golf Course has a long tradition of great golf. The course offers fantastic views and challenging play for golfers at every skill level.
If you’re looking for a place to practice your swing, visit Topgolf. With climate-controlled hitting bays, you can practice any day, rain or shine.