Guthrie Golf & Country Club
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Guthrie Golf & CC
Greens are in good shape and good grass in all fairways.
Pluses and minuses aplenty!!
Cost of renting a riding cart was higher than expected at $30.00. Collars and greens were "rock-hard " and nearly impossible to hold for chips and pitches from 100 yards or less. Fairways were in pretty good shape and overall layout was attractive and visually pleasing. Pace of play was good but should have been since we were the only players on the course at 9:00 a.m.
Has a great layout and good price
Fun course to play pretty challenging. We will go back soon
My Favorite Course
It's a 9-hole that I always play twice from different tee boxes and that changes EVERYTHING! Love this course, which happens to be the oldest course in Oklahoma. Bermuda greens take the Oklahoma heat quite well and are nice and consistent, though quite a bit different compared to the usual expectation of greens in Oklahoma. Beautiful lines...wide fairways...big trees and lots of evergreens...not easy, but not difficult. Doesn't seem that popular, though I'm not sure why.
Great for beginners
Wide open with some trees. Great course for beginners learning the game. Not crowded.
Guthrie 9 hole
Pretty decent course. Greens were very dry, fairways are wide open and that's good for a 15 handicap golfer. Challenging little course. Pace of play was great because it wasn't very busy.
Neat layout, but the greens were so SLOW!
Nice old course, but a little furry, especially the greens! Lots of good holes and the opening and closing part threes are demanding. Quicken the greens up and this could be a contender!
9 hole course
Had a good time because we were able to play at our own pace.
Course is a nice hideaway!
Overall, had a great time, really liked the layout of the course and even enjoyed the finishing par 3 over the water.
The course is in good shape for late winter. It's a great place to play a relaxed round, plus you get to play each hole twice.
Good, old course. Better layout than you might expect.
Always a bit strange to start off with a par 3, especially one that stretches about 200 yards, but there are some really good holes out there. Need to be straight off the tee because there are plenty of very old, very BIG trees. The par 5's are legit (another odd thing, they play back to back) and all three of the par 3's are challenging. Hilly enough to make you feel it if you walk. From the tips this course is tougher than you might think. The clubhouse/pro shop is quaint but the staff is very friendly. This is not a place with an unlimited maintenance budget but they do well enough so it's definitely worth checking out.
Older course, Great Value!
I took my teanage son for his third game. It's an older course (founded in 1900) and doesn't have some of the amenities and design of newer courses. We were hoping to eat in the restaurant but it was closed mid day on Sunday. The layout is a little confusing so make sure to have the staff explain it. The first hole is bordered by a highway to the right so watch that slice! After that the layout and scenery is nice. It's only a nine hole course so when they sell 18 holes you are playing through twice. The staff was very friendly. For the cost it was an enjoyable day of golf!