Earlywine Golf Course
The Earlywine Golf Course in Oklahoma City consists of two 18-hole courses. The North Course is a 6,721-yard par-72 course. Designed by Randy Heckenkemper and opened in 1993, it has received a 71.9 rating and a 126 slope rating on Bermuda grass. Apart from its sheer beauty (accentuated by a winding creek), its changes in elevation and tight nature make it popular.
The South Course, opened in 1976, is a 6,728-yard par-71 course offering spectacular vistas of lakes and ponds. With a rating of 72.5 and 114 slope rating on Bermuda grass, it is more open than the North Course which is lined with trees. Par 4 #1 and Par 3 #10 feature a shot over water. Water hazards are characteristic to this course designed by Floyd Farley.
The Earlywine Golf Course in Downtown Oklahoma City is part of the Earlywine Park, a great outdoor recreation destination. The Earlywine Park also features a playground, tennis court, soccer field, trails, and the Family Aquatic Center, making it the right place for the family to head to during the weekends.
Guests of OKC hotels can look forward to a great time at the Earlywine Park and the Earlywine Golf Club. It is one of the many in-the-heart-of-nature experiences offered by Downtown Oklahoma City. Get in the mood for a game of golf at either of the beautiful courses, explore nature by traversing the trails, put to the test your soccer or tennis skills, have a swim at the aquatic center, or just enjoy a time of quite relaxation with family or friends.