The Course

Mohawk Park Golf Course is set in north Tulsa in the beautiful and natural Mohawk Park.  Two of Tulsaís most historic and challenging courses await you here.

Woodbine Course was built in the late 1920ís, then redesigned in 1934 by Floyd Farley, who designed more than 100 layouts, most notably Quail Creek Golf and Country Club in Oklahoma City.  Woodbine features mature oak and pecan trees with little water hazards.  It has generous fairways with large greens.  A par 72, there are 3 par three holes and 3 par five holes on the classic design.

Pecan Valley Course was built in the 1950ís and features tight driving areas causing you to work the golf ball, more mature trees than you can count (or hit!), and water coming into play often. The water is mainly beside or behind hitting areas with few forced carries. The front 9 of Pecan Valley has been redeveloped into a 9 hole course of par 4ís and 3ís and used as a First Tee instructional facility for youth golfers.

An added feature for all golfers is the new driving range with grass hitting areas and practice bunkers near 1 of 2 practice greens.

Scorecard

Course Statistics

Woodbine

Holes 18    
Par 72    
       
Tees Rating Slope Yardage
Gold 72.8 122 6,855
Maroon 70.7 117 6,482
Green 67.0 114 5,775
Silver (M) 65.8 111 5,295
Silver (W) 70.8 118 5,295

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pecan Valley

Holes 18    
Par 68    
       
Tees Rating Slope Yardage
Gold 67.5 120 5,702
Maroon 65.2 108 5,288
Green 63.4 103 4,909
Silver (M) 62.2 96 4,562
Silver (W) 66.4 113 4,562