Presentation of a unique slice of Oklahoma golf history reopens at Turner’s Lodge

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The Turner’s Lodge Pro Golf Museum in Burneyville reopened this week after an extensive renovation, it was announced by curator Barbara Sessions.

The colorful opening exhibit in the Pro Shop highlights the LPGA Tour, PGA Tour, and South-Central Oklahoma PGA championships held at Turner’s Lodge, mostly from 1958 to 1965 and attended by some of the top professionals in golf history. QR codes lead to audio tours. The course was made famous by Waco and Opie Turner who threw lavish parties and paid handsome appearance fees to attract some of the world’s greatest competitors. Check out the museum online here and look for a complete review coming up in the April-May issue of Golf Oklahoma.


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