The second round of the Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame Course Auction offers golfers a chance to play three of Oklahoma’s treasured courses.
Tulsa Country Club is one of the oldest and most storied courses in the state, having played host to numerous USGA championships as well as several NCAA championships. A recent renovation by Rees Jones restored much of the feel of famed Golden Age architect A.W. Tilllinghast while the clubhouse was modernized by Tom Hoak of Oklahoma City. TCC is unquestionably one of the top 10 courses in the state. Bidding starts at $500 for a foursome.
The Trails Golf Club in Norman is the second course we are offering this month Designed by Leon Howard and opened in 1982, The Trails is an entertaining journey through a series of wooded copses, lakes and streams and is a favorite championship venue for both the men’s and women’s state golf associations as well as high school and college championships. Now is your chance to play. Bidding starts at $300.
The Territory near Duncan has quickly become recognized as one of the best new courses in the entire Southwest. If you’ve long wondered about playing Randy Heckenkemper’s bold but classic design in a pastoral setting and being treated to a day of golf unlike any other, make your offer now. Bidding starts at $300.
Bidding for these three courses will remain open through noon on Sept. 27.
The foursomes are donated by the courses to help the Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame, a 501-C3 non-profit, offset costs of its scholarship, awards and induction dinners. The 2019 Induction Dinner will be held Nov. 24 at Southern Hills Country Club and tickets are still available. Inductees will be Bill Glasson, Melissa McNamara Luellen, Jim Awtrey, Orville Moody and William Nichols. Go to www.oklahomagolfhof.org or call 918-280-0787 for more information.