The Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club is a 100 year old exclusive private club that is nestled in Nichols Hills. As one of the oldest private clubs in Oklahoma, the Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club has an outstanding reputation for being the center of social life as well as a tradition of excellence. With a membership of over one thousand families, the 90,000 square foot English Tudor-style clubhouse and surrounding golf course is the setting for championship golf tournaments for men and women, tennis tournaments, celebrations, balls, holiday festivities, debutante debuts, parties, wedding receptions, dinners, and lazy summer afternoons by the swimming pool.
Oklahoma City Gold and Country Club’s signature venue is its golf course. The course is an impeccably maintained Perry Maxwell designed constructed in 1929, and has been recognized by many, including golf Digest, as one of the state’s premier courses. The 6,861 yard (Championship tees) par 71 course has a course rating of 73.2 with a slope of 128. It is maturely landscaped with tree-lined holes throughout the rolling hills, and has eleven holes with either lakes or meandering creeks in play. There are no green fees charged to members.
The Club has hosted several regional and national tournaments, including the U.S. Amateur (1953), the Trans Mississippi Amateur (6 times dating back to 1932), NCAA Division I Southwest Regional (1994), Western Amateur (1939), Women’s Western Open (1949), Women’s Southern Open (1936), Oklahoma City Open (1929), as well as several women’s and men’s U.S. Amateur qualifying tournaments. Also, the Club has hosted U.S. Open qualifying on several occasions. The Club hosts a variety of member tournaments throughout the playing season, including numerous mixed foursome events and the always popular “Boomerang”, a three-day men’s-member-guest event held every other year.
The Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club is the premier country club in Oklahoma and is a Distinguished Emerald Club of the World. The club’s amenities include golf, tennis, swimming, athletic center, and dining. The club recently underwent extensive renovations of the lower level of the clubhouse including, the men’s & ladies locker room, several banquet rooms. Additionally, the aquatics areas were fully renovated including the deck, pool surface, dining spaces, and a 1950’s diner. The club is currently in the process of renovations at the tennis and fitness centers to be completed in the fall of this year. Upon the completions of these renovations the club will have renovated every room in the clubhouse in the last 6 years.
The club maintains a $14M operating budget and does $5.5M in food and beverage annually.