Oak Tree East Course
Designed by the renowned golf legend Pete Dye, the East Course at Oak Tree is without question the ultimate expression of Dye's guarantee of uncompromising standards in golf course design. Since 1986, it has been the host course for many events, including the NCAA Championship, AJGA Rolex Tournament of Champions and the Oklahoma Open.
Oak Tree West Course
Designed by the renowned golf legend Pete Dye, the West Course at Oak Tree is a target-style golf course that requires golfers to plot their way around, providing fun and a great challenge for experienced and novice golfers alike. The stunning course has hosted numerous events, including play during the 1984 U.S. Amateur.
Your golf experience at Oak Tree doesn't end after 18 holes. We offer amenities to help take your game to the next level and programs to foster friendship and community.
- Two 18-hole Pete Dye championship golf courses
- Quality practice facility including a driving range, large putting green, bunkers and chipping
- Player services to handle your golfing needs
- Driving range service
- PGA Professionals to assist in improving your game
- Active golf associations for men and ladies
- Junior Golf Academy
Golf Members enjoy full Club amenities including access to: unlimited golf on both golf courses, unlimited cart fees, use of the golf practice facility, range balls, club storage, unlimited outdoor tennis, fitness center, aerobic room, indoor jogging track, swimming pool, Kids' Club, men's and women's locker rooms and lounge areas, and the clubhouse for dining and social events.
Crush It! Kids' Golf Program
Our new junior golf program, Crush It!, will not only teach your children how to play golf, it will give them a lifelong appreciation for the game. Crush It! is a nationwide program at ClubCorp courses for kids between the ages of 4 and 16 that follows the American Development Model (ADM) of teaching. Making the game fun is one of the core values of Crush It!, and the program tries to include as many games as possible so that kids experience little wins in their journey to learning the game. To find out more, stop by or call the pro shop.