Cherokee Nation reopens its three golf courses

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Three golf courses owned by the Cherokee Nation reopened today (June 1), among the last courses in the state of Oklahoma to reopen after the closure of many in early April due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cherokee Hills in Catoosa, an amenity of the Hard Rock Casino, has reopened. Also Cherokee Trails and Cherokee Springs in Tahlequah, home of the Cherokee tribal headquarters, have reopened.

Specific plans for the reopening of the Hard Rock Casino and the other casinos owned by the Cherokee Nation are expected to be released soon.

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