Roman Nose offers unique setting for State Parks Two-Person Scramble

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Oklahoma golfers, you can support the Oklahoma State Parks Foundation and have a great time playing one of the state’s wildest and most unique courses by joining the fun at the Oklahoma State Parks Foundation Two-Person Scramble Sept. 15. at Roman Nose Golf Course in Watonga.

The event will be a shotgun start at 9 a.m. with competition in open, senior and co-ed divisions. Cost is $400 per team and includes greens fee, cart, lunch, t-shirt and gift items. Winners in each category will receive a one-year, all access pass to all Oklahoma State Parks golf courses, including Arrowhead, Lake Murray, Roman Nose, Western Hills, Grand Cherokee, Cedar Creek and Fort Cobb.

This golf tournament is a benefit for the Oklahoma State Parks Foundation. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose purpose is to assist the Oklahoma State Parks/Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department with funding for historical preservation of facilities, educational programs and land conservation through charitable support. The Foundation is not affiliated with any political party or assembly.

“We look forward to hosting this tournament at Roman Nose State Park Golf Course,” said Oklahoma State Parks Foundation President Ben Davis. “Money paid for entry fees for this tournament will benefit Roman Nose golf course directly and will assist in helping the Foundation achieve our goal of charitable assistance to Oklahoma State Parks.”

Roman Nose in western Oklahoma is one of very few canyon-style courses in the state of Oklahoma. The course has no water hazards and very few sand traps. However, the mesas, undulating fairways and canyon walls make it one of the most challenging and unique state park golf destinations.

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