Golf

Oak Tree Country Club provides private lessons for golfers of all ages. The staff of trained PGA golf professionals provide high quality, modern golf instruction. Oak Tree has a long history of producing many of the state's rising golf stars and developing the next generation of professional golfers, such as Kevin Tway and Robert Streb, to name a few. Over the years, the Club has had many junior golfers earn Division 1 college golf scholarships. Our goal is for your child to not only improve their skills, but also develop an appreciation for the game that will continue to grow.

Oak Tree offers a Junior Golf Development Membership for children age 18 and younger who want to enjoy membership privileges to play and practice at Edmond's premier golfing facility.

Junior Golf Academy 

Oak Tree Junior Golf Academy’s mission is to provide a fun and nurturing environment for junior golfers to develop and grow a love for the game of golf.

The mission of the Oak Tree Junior Golf Academy is to provide a fun and nurturing environment with the goal of developing a love for the game of golf. The Oak Tree Junior Golf Academy is a year-round program composed of two ability levels. The program is one day a week with multiple class schedules. Each month will consist of five to six hours of group instruction with skills challenges held throughout the year.

For Information or to Sign Up, please contact the club.

Hit and Giggle Class

Ages 4 – 9

Hit & Giggle Class develops juniors in the beginning stage of golf. Students will have fun learning proper fundamentals, etiquette and rules. The program is offered one day a week with three class schedules to choose from.

Player Development Program (PDP):

Ages 9 – 13

Oak Tree’s Player Development Program prepares juniors for competitive play. Students will learn swing mechanics, short game, and pre-shot and pre-round routine. Advanced players will use video analysis for advanced swing mechanics, advanced short game, mental preparation, distance control and how to separate practice from play

Tennis

Oak Tree's Junior Tennis Program is well-rounded and diverse. The program offers opportunities for beginners to competitive players. The Oak Tree Junior Tennis Program consistently produces Division 1 college scholarship players, many national champions, Missouri Valley champions and state high school champions. Quality coaching, great facilities and attention to detail all create the overall atmosphere that create champions, whether at the national or local level.

Swimming

Oak Tree's swimming program includes a swim team and lessons. The interclub swim team practices through the end of July, and meets are held each week during the summer at different local clubs. The swim team's emphasis is on self-improvement and fun rather than tough competition. To participate, children must be able to swim one length of the Olympic pool without assistance. Registration begins in April and continues through May.

Private, semi-private or group swimming lessons are available. Classes begin after Memorial Day and continue into August.

Activities for Children & Families

Oak Tree Country Club offers a variety of camps and activities for all ages.

Check back in March for upcoming summer activities

Kids' Club

Even the smallest of Members have a place to call their own.  While they enjoy their own fun, you can play a round of golf, work out in the fitness center, play tennis or dine with us. There are lots of things for kids to do in Kids' Club, including movies, crafts and other activities that allow them to make new friends. Children can also spend time on school assignments if needed. Contact the club for more information, 405.340.1010. 

Family Activities

These are just a few of the activities that are tailored to the Club's youngest Members. The Club lifestyle makes each experience a true family affair. Browse through the Calendar of Events to learn more about the activities the Club has to offer.

  • Father/Daughter Dance
  • Brunch with Santa
  • Summer pool parties
  • Easter egg hunt
  • Fourth of July
  • "Drive-in" movies
  • Dive-in movie nights at the pool
  • Mother-Daughter Tea Party