Fort Sill Golf Club is a Military, 18 hole golf course located in Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
Fort Sill Golf Club first opened for play in 1947. The Fort Sill Golf Course wasn't always the size or the location it is today. The original Officers' Club Golf Course was nine holes and featured the first grass greens on the post. The present-day FSGC, designed in 1947, was heavily wooded and used by the Artillery Hunt Club. The course was designed by Robert Huber. The course was redesigned in 2007 by Kevin Tucker.
The Fort Sill Golf Course is a parkland wooded course, unusual to find in southwest Oklahoma, measures over sixty-five hundred yards from the back tees. Medicine Creek flows throughout the beautiful back nine of the Fort Sill Golf Course. Burr Oaks and numerous types of nut trees line the fairways. Historical sites lie in and around the golf course boundaries. Flipper's ditch, which crosses the 15th and 16th fairways, and General Custer's Bivouac
The Fort Sill Golf Course is an average length course that places a premium on straight tee shots. The finishing hole, #18, is the signature hole. It requires a tee shot to a slight dogleg left fairway. The green on this hole is elevated to approximately thirty feet above the fairway. The only hole that you hit a tee shot over water is #14, which has out-of-bounds to the right and a slightly elevated landing area with a forty-degree dogleg to the left. The course allows for up to three guests to play while accompanied by an authorized member.
The Fort Sill Golf Club plays to a maximum distance of 6,585 yards and a par-72.
$31 (cart included), played on Friday, March 2015 at 10:30 AM
Rating of course is based on the fact that it's winter and lack of water
$26 (cart included), played on Tuesday, July 2013 at 10am
Course has been renovated but I do not believe it is any better layout than before. Course in best condition it has been in several years.
$31 (cart included), played on Saturday, March 2012 at 8am
Course is in excellent condition considering the drought conditions that have existed in this area the past two years. Personal opinion is that the renovations on the golf course did not improve the course, and the course is too short for a championship caliber golfer. Well worth the money for the average golfer. Fairways are tree lined, many trees that are hundreds of years old. Wildlife is abundant and visible.
$31 (cart included), played on Friday, July 2011 at 2pm
This is a private course but is funded by the military so that may contribute to the overall rating of this course.
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