Sequoyah State Park Golf Course

Sequoyah State Park Golf Course
19277 Park 10
Hulbert
,
OK
74441
Phone: 918-772-2297
Toll Free: 866-602-4653
Fax: 918-772-3277

***NOTICE*** Sequoyah State Park Golf Course is open with 9-holes for play.

This Floyd Farley designed 18-hole, par 70, 5,860 yard golf course offers Ultradwarf Bermuda grass greens, tees and fairways, well placed sand bunkers and lake views. Facilities include a pro shop with cart, club rental, snacks, drinks and a gift shop. Book a tee time online with the booking link provided. 

A disc golf course is also available on the regular golf course. The disc course can be played as a regulation 18-hole, par-70 golf game or as a shorter par-3 (par-54) disc game. Golf carts may be rented for use on the disc course, or walking is allowed. There is a small fee to play the disc course and cart rental is extra.    

Recreation, dining and lodging are available at the nearby Lodge at Sequoyah State Park. RV and tent camping is available at Sequoyah State Park. A nature center, mountain bike and hiking trails, riding stables, marina and other water-related activities are available for non-golfers.

View the rate sheet for this golf course by clicking on "View Course Rates" link under "More Information" below.

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Amenities
Discounts: Senior Discount
Facility Amenities: Credit Cards Accepted, Gift Shop
Golf Course Amenities: Practice Greens, Pro Shop
Golf Course Information: Course Designer: Floyd Farley
Number of Holes: 18
On-site Activities: Golf Course on site
Rentals: Golf Cart Rental, Golf Club Rental
Hours
Open daily, from dawn to dusk. Closed Christmas Day.
Directions
Located in NE Oklahoma on Lake Fort Gibson, 8 miles east of Wagoner on Hwy 51.
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