Roman Nose State Park Golf Course

Roman Nose State Park Golf Course Highway 8A
Watonga, OK 73772

Phone: 580-623-7989
Toll Free: 866-602-4653
Fax: 580-623-7992

The Roman Nose State Park Golf Course is an 18-hole, par 70 course that offers sloping bent grass greens, Bermuda grass tees and fairways, natural hazards, lake views, canyon walls and mesas. Facilities include a putting green and pro shop with cart and club rentals, snacks and drinks. Book a tee time online with the booking link provided.  Cabins, lodging and other recreational opportunities are available within Roman Nose State Park. 

View the rate sheet for this golf course by clicking on "View Roman Nose Golf Course Rates" link in upper right-hand corner.

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  • Discounts: Senior Discount

  • Facility Amenities: Concessions, Credit Cards Accepted, Gift Shop, Handicapped Parking

  • Golf Course Amenities: Practice Greens, Pro Shop, Walking Allowed

  • Golf Course Information: Course Designer: Floyd Farley/Tripp Davis, Year Built: 1959, Year Last Renovated: 1998

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): US-270

  • Number of Holes: 18

  • On-site Activities: Golf Course on site

  • Rentals: Golf Cart Rental, Golf Club Rental





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Open daily. Closed Christmas Day and Thanksgiving Day.

Located in western Oklahoma within Roman Nose State Park, 7 miles north of Watonga on Highway 8A.

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From KD Tovar on 08/14/16

Absolutely beautiful and really fun course! The design is genius. Challanging canyon gaps and rolling hills but still enjoyable for beginners. We will most definitely be returning to this course again and again! I'm already looking forward to coming back!

From Todd G on 08/03/15

This is a short par 70 course that is very tight with many blind shots. Several of the greens are perched on top of hills so a shot that is 10 yards short or long are penalized. Its a state owned course so the upkeep is average. The greens were all in good shape. Overall its a fun course but I don't think I would travel a long ways to play it.

From Bryan Bos on 04/18/15

what a super great golf course very challenging the design still stands the test of time....the more times I play it the more I appreciate what a great design it is ....Floyd Farley did great

From Kenneth Butler on 03/18/15

This is the most unique golf course in Oklahoma. Granted, it's super challenging, but worth the trip to go play. Highly recommended.

From Staff on 10/07/14

Steve, we are working to get an updated price list posted on this page, but in the meantime your best bet is to contact Roman Nose State Park Golf Course directly at 580-623-7989. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Steve Sexton on 10/06/14

What are the rates for Roman Nose golf course and do they have any weekly specials?

From Ashley Cornelsen on 05/29/14

Is there any way I could get a gift card or gift dollars sent to me?

From Staff on 06/20/13

Rich, we're sorry but a golf course layout is not available. We do have a hole-by-hole description located on the upper right side under 'More Information' if you're interested. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Rich Meier on 06/15/13

If the Roman Nose golf course layout was added as requested last year, i'm unable to find it on the site. Was it, and if so please guide me to it.

From Staff on 04/13/12

Steven, that's a great point, thank you! We'll pass on your suggestion and see if we can upload those score cards and maps in the future. We appreciate your comments, we hope you enjoy a golfing weekend at Roman Nose State Park soon and thank you for using

From Steven Sayer on 04/13/12

It would be very helpful if you could include a layout of the golf course and score card on this site.

From Staff on 01/11/12

Dale - We apologize for the difficulty you experienced. We've updated the description and the link text to be more clear. Roman Nose Golf Course rates can be viewed by clicking on the second red link in the upper left corner of this page. Thank you for using and for bringing this to our attention! Best of luck on this great golf course.

From dale goter on 01/10/12

The website says to click on the view rates link in upper right hand corner. No such link exists on my page. When I tried to post this message, it said i used illegal characters. Apparenlty, quote marks are illegal in oklahoma

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