Woods Golf Course
|Red (W)||70||5256 yards|
|Blue M: 72.4/123||394||557||602||308||148||423||386||175||154||3147||378||531||395||185||355||154||407||372||198||2975||6122|
|White M: 66.9/115||370||551||580||292||130||380||374||157||132||2966||347||518||385||163||341||138||387||358||171||2808||5774|
|Gold M: 66.5/110||350||487||459||278||117||363||338||146||121||2659||317||493||356||153||329||116||328||342||144||2578||5237|
|Red W: 66.5/107||333||477||455||262||106||275||330||137||105||2480||282||457||312||131||313||102||283||290||128||2298||4778|
OK don’t let the title scare you away because it is a decent course for the money. Not the greatest public course in the Tulsa area, but for the price, cannot be beat if you know the quirks of Frankenstein.
The course is laid out like a patchwork quilt. Bits and pieces laid out here and there. The course has been laid out and changed at least once. You can see old holes and tee boxes that have now grown over. From the looks of it appears they might have sold parts of it for residential development, and re-arranged the holes. Example when you play holes 1 and 2 you will be back at the clubhouse and the last time you will see the clubhouse until you finish on hole 18.
Take an ice chest with you with drinks and snacks. No beverage/snack cart on the course with a cute college coed with big (.)(.), just some ole guy with an ice chest and limited selection. Cheap enough though if all you want is a coke or bud. They do have a few bathroom facilities and water distributed around the course. A plus for the ladies..
For a par 70 is a bit long at 6800 yards from the tips. Decent fairways and greens. There are some water hazards, and several are hidden, so make sure you examine the holes if it is your first time. Otherwise a semi-good tee shot or approach can end up with a wet nasty surprise.
No tee times, weekend between 7:30 and 9:00 can incur a bit of a wait with the local guys, but once off never more than a 4-hour round. Course never gets really crowded. All in all, a decent course especially on weekends when Tulsa public courses are swamped. Just call before going as they do have tournaments on weekends time from time. Well worth the money.
I always enjoy playing this course. It offers a little challenge from place to place and allows you to locate mishits easier than most courses. I recommend it to all levels of amateur players.
I've played this course since I was thirteen. The course has always been fine and really it just needed more money to keep the grounds in better shape to be a great course.
Instead it looks like someone found the money and decided to add new holes and jack up the course of play. Now 9 plays almost as far from the clubhouse as can be and the new holes go into a new neighborhood.
Pointless layout. Hope you don't get hungry.
Took advantage of one of the HOT deals and tried it. It was a bargain for the money. If I would have paid more i would not rate it as high as I did. It is obviously under some sort of construction but very well marked with signage for new holes and such. Greens were in really good shape. Fairways pretty much packed down so make sure to watch the ball do to running after it lands. I would play it again. The only thing that I can complain about is the 3some in front of me jamming to music out of their cart....hey leave the music at ur car...ty.
this course was unquie
the amount of grass was weak . the course not pass the club house after the 9th hole.
Good Day in the Country
This par 70, 18 hole course is nearby the Tulsa metro area and only a short drive to the club. Greens are in very good shape, fairways well groomed, and although mostly flat terrain very challenging. Several dog leg holes and an abundance of water hazards make up for the lack of sand. We were unhurried here and didn't have to wait for groups ahead of us. Green fees are very fair, we will be back.
Convenient Country Course
The Woods is a good little course on the outskirts of the Tulsa area. I have played the course several times this year and it has been well kept. Due to the large amounts of rain over the last few month, greens have been slow but in good condition. In previous years, the heat of the summer has resulted in some of the greens burning up. The staff are moderately helpful and don't have the best course etiquette (in the pro shop or on the course). Playing 18 on this course, you will find wide fairways and can get through a round in less than four hours. I havn't ever had to wait or play through anyone. For the price, its a nice little course for some afternoon golf. It also helps that the course is close to home for me.
Not a bad course for the money
Never played course before. Brought my daughter who is a beginner. Fairways have some weeds but for the most part were in good shape. Greens in great shape. Course is not too difficult and it is easy to find your ball if you miss the fairways. Pace of play was good and the staff very friendly. Will definitely be back.
Good Practice and Fun
Country golf. No sizzle, but fun to play. You have to hit the golf ball... Good course for beginners and otherwise. Good value for the money.
Good value for money
Nice course for the money. Greens are in great condition for March. Would rather play this course over Whitehawk any day
Needs to be cared for
I last played this course three years ago and thought I'd give it another try. The greens were STILL in horrible shape even though Oklahoma had an outstanding year in 2015 with weather and precipitation. There is absolutely no reason for greens to be patchy and rough other than laziness or lack of knowledge. This course has lots of potential if someone would simply take care of it. The layout itself is good but the terrible condition of the greens just ruins it all.
The green were in rediculas shape! Definitely not worth the money after taxes and fees
Don't Waste Your Time
Played here a month or so ago and greens were good. Now, DEAD. Pro shop mumbled something about too much rain. In July? In Oklahoma? Greens were like putting on wet, sparse shag carpet. Horrible.
Good Value for the Money
You get what you pay for. This course in my opinion is a good deal for the price. There is not a real defined fairway on most holes. Only because the height of the grass is about the same as the rough. Overall the greens are in tough shape with fungus problems, but are much better than when I played the first time when we received so much rain. the sections of healthy grass are in great shape on the greens. I like the course overall, it is close to my house and is forgiving with a couple challenging greens. Good price to jump out after work and get a little practice in.
The greens were bad
I put a lot of stock is how well a course is maintained. Virtually every green had been damaged by the summer heat. So I could not recommend this course to a friend and think in fact that Golf Now should take it out of it's list of courses. It certainly not up to the quality of a course that one would expect in your inventory of courses.
The woods has a good course layout and a good value.
They are currently working on some of the holes but overall the course is still in good shape and a fun place to play. I feel that it's a great value and has some interesting holes that force you to make good decisions in the way that you manage the course.
Sunday afternoon getaway
I play this course occasionally. It is halfway between where I live and a golfing buddy lives. We both enjoy playing this course so occasionally on a weekend afternoon or after work, we can meet there for some golfing. Staff is very friendly and the course is great to play. Not a real challenging course but it is fun to play.
The greens were in excellent shape.
Only got to play front nine, before the wind pushed us off the course.
Pace of play was nice, let a couple of singles play through and seemed to have the place to ourselves. Will surely go back and weather permitting finish. Just try and stay out of driving range on opening drive, I think they put a ball magnet out there.