Tulsa area golf course conditions after storm – picture update

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TULSA, BROKEN ARROW – Golf Oklahoma contacted area courses to check on course conditions.  We will post pictures of any damage as we receive them.  This is what we have so far.

Southern Hills
Limbs down over the course with no serious damage.  Course open.

LaFortune Park
Up to forty trees down throughout the course.  Greens and cart paths covered.  Shop has no power.  Closed today for clean up.

Battle Creek
Trees down along the fence line and perimeter of the course.  No serious damage.  Course open.

Cherokee Hills
A few trees and limbs down throughout the course.  Nothing serious.  Course open.

Tulsa Country Club
Quite a bit of damage.  Six large trees down and a lot of limbs throughout the course.  Course will be closed today for clean up.  Driving range open at noon.

Mohawk Park and Page Belcher
Unable to contact the courses possibly due to power outage.  Players report that Page had damage and will probably be closed today.  Still need to confirm.

Pictures of some of the damage sustained at LaFortune Park Golf Course.
Photos by Ben Johnson

 

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