Chickasaw Pointe Golf Club
Kingston, OK 73439
This 7085-yard championship layout has rolling hills, picturesque lake views, exquisitely manicured Bermuda grass fairways and Bentgrass greens. The par 72 course offers four sets of tees that give golfers of all skill levels an enjoyable time. Currently, Chickasaw Pointe is ranked in the top 20 best golf courses in America for under $50 and has ranked as the #2 public access course in Oklahoma since opening. A pro shop and restaurant are located on site. Golf lessons and clinics are also available.
Discounts: Senior Discount
Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Credit Cards Accepted, Gift Shop, Handicapped Parking, Restaurant on site
Golf Course Amenities: Chipping Area, Driving Range, Golf Lessons, Practice Greens, Pro on site, Pro Shop, Sand Practice, Walking Allowed
Golf Course Information: Course Designer: Randy Heckenkemper, Year Built: 1999
Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Group Rates Available
Number of Holes: 18
Rentals: Golf Cart Rental, Golf Club Rental
Special Rating: 4 1/2 out of 5, Golf Digest
Tee Information: Championship Par: 72, Championship Rating: 74.5, Championship Slope: 125, Championship Yardage: 7085, Men's Par: 72, Men's Rating: 70.8, Men's Slope: 122, Men's Yardage: 6390, Senior Par: 72, Senior Rating: 67.8, Senior Slope: 116, Senior Yardage: 5780, Women's Par: 72, Women's Rating: 72.3, Women's Slope: 129, Women's Yardage: 5285
Located 4 mi E of Kingston on Hwy 70.
Ryan Chapman, PGA
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