Introduction: The Links at Oklahoma City Golf Club is a wickedly tricky and quirky 9 hole course, with 6 of 9 holes involving various water hazards.
Cost to Play: $10 Green fees per person for 9 holes and $7 per person for each person riding on a cart. Residents as well as non-resident members get free green fees, as well as access to the pool, tennis courts, basketball court and a small gym.
Membership options: Family membership is a $650 annual fee, which also includes similar privileges at other Lindsay Golf facilities including some in the OKC metro area: Mustang Creek, Moore and Yukon. This is very much a bargain for folks who enjoy golf, but especially in the hot summer months with the pool being included. I almost always go for a quick swim after a round of golf.
Pro shop: Nice folks work at the desk. They do sell used golf balls but at a relatively high price. No cafe but they do have soft drinks for sale at a good price as well as a vending machine.
Water stations, restrooms, etc: There are no water stations or portapotties on this course, however, the cart path takes one easily back to the club house after holes #3 and 6, which is a good time for a restroom or refreshment break.
Tips for playing: For beginners like myself, it is highly recommended to bring lots of balls, preferably some you don’t mind loosing. On my first game here I lost SIX balls, but lately I’m losing average of only one ball per round.
This course can be easily walked but beware that there is a pretty good hike from Hole #3 to the tee for Hole #4.
Here is a google map of the course, but with my overlay of the greens, tees, hazards, etc (click on the image to view the maps in Google maps):
This is very rough hand-drawn map of the course that I created:
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