Best of 2017: Top 10 golf courses in Oklahoma according to golfer reviews

Golf Advisor is looking back on the top-rated courses in each state for 2017 according to your ratings and reviews. Golf courses needed to receive at least one review from an active and trusted member in the calendar year to be considered eligible for our state lists. To view more details on how we compile our best-of lists, visit our Top 50 U.S. Courses list .

Oklahoma golf courses reviewed in 2017: 49
Total reviews of Oklahoma golf courses in 2017: 491

Top 10 courses in Oklahoma in 2017

Norman


Perkins


National Course
Guthrie


Enid


Burneyville


Broken Arrow


Canadian


Sand Springs


Grove


Miami


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