The WinStar Golf Course first opened for play in 2006. The course was designed by D.A. Weibring and Steve Wolfard. Designed by Weibring-Wolfard Golf Design led by Champions Tour Player D.A. Weibring and Golf Course Architect Steve Wolfard; this daily fee course allows golfers to have fun and enjoy their round in a resort style setting.
The course is located a half mile southeast of the WinStar World Casino. WinStar World Casino is an hour drive from Dallas/Ft. Worth and two hours south of Oklahoma City.
WinStar Golf Course plays to a par-72 and a maximum distance of 7,340 yards. There are five sets of tees providing options of play from 4900 to over 7300 yards.
From tee to green the course provides a safe route with no forced carries or blind shots.
Back Tee: par-72, 7,340 yards, course rating 75.1, slope rating 124.
Forward Tee: par-72, 4,993 yards, course rating 69.6, slope rating 117.
$76 (cart included), played on Friday, August 2014 at 8am
Enjoyable round of golf with great conditions. Interesting layout. Was a little slow as the tee times were jammed together while not many golfers on course. Should have spread everybody out more. Overall nice experience.
(cart included), played on Thursday, January 2014 at 6am
You just have to play this course just once.
$76 (cart included), played on Tuesday, May 2014 at 2pm
expect very windy conditions in this location. course layout not a problem but i expect more for the price ($79). also, several water cooles located throughout the course but no cooler of water in any of theem. several ponds located throughout the course but most were severly low due to drought in the area over the past several years. starter on the course had a great personality and fun to speak with. not so much for the guy working in the pro shop. this is advertised as a vacation/resort facility, cheer up pro shop guy!
$76 (cart included), played on Saturday, May 2014 at 10am
Used to love this place. Went there on 5-10-14 Sat.. There was 10 cars in parking lot. Thought it was closed. They had a tourney scheduled to start in 2 hrs but course was available for play. Then they laid on the new rates. I play this course alot and on a Sat it used to be around $65. Now they want $98. I told the lady forget it, that's why you only have 10 cars in the parking lot. Also found out that they double the rates at the RV park that you pass on the way in to the course from $25 a night to $50 during the week. Heck for $100 on a Sat I will take my money to either the Tribute or Tour 18. Even Bridlewood is cheaper.
$46 (cart included), played on Tuesday, May 2011 at 8am
Now has 27 holes. The new holes are in a heavily wooded area. Nice course and great teaching staff. Membership in the golf academy is one of the best deals in golf.
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