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Meadowbrook Country Club

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  • 9300 E 81st St, Tulsa, OK 74133
  • (918)252-4121

18 total holes at facility
Green fees - $62 to $83 (estimate)
Designed by Perry Maxwell
Built in 1948
Bermuda Grass
Driving Range: Yes
Private golf course

#1 is a 400 yd par 4 with an elevated tee, driving down over Meadowbrook Creek to an uphill landing area. 2nd shot is usually an uphill lie with a medium iron to an elevated, undulating green. Five bunkers on this hole!
#2 is a dogleg left 412 yd par 4 from an elevated tee also. Keep your drive to the right to allow a long iron into a small green that slopes to the front. Bunkers left and right.
#3 is a short 365 yd par 4, straight as an arrow, but watch for the bunker 230 yds on your left. A large undulating green allows leniency with short irons.
#4 is the first par 5, and at 553 yds, offers plenty of trouble for errant shots to the right. Drive left and use a long iron from the top of the hill to an elongated green for an eagle opportunity! Only two bunkers on this hole.
#5 is a short 144 yd par 3 with heavy bunker protection front and left.
#6 is a beautifully-designed 380 yd par 4 with the opportunity for a long drive if you crest the hill. The deep valley in front of the green makes this hole play longer than expected, and front and back bunkers add to the challenge.
#7 is your first drive over Meadowbrook Lake. This uphill dogleg left 464 yd par 4 is the #1 handicap hole, but a hard drive will crest the hill and come to rest 170 yds from this dangerous, rolling green. Beware the hazard that devours a hook off the tee! Bunkers front right and water left.
#8 is the signature hole, a lovely 188 yd par 3 over the lake to a huge two-tiered green. Bunkers on every side. Think birdie!
#9 is a dogleg right 407 yd par 4 with the lake awaiting a wayward draw off the tee. Drive to the center and use your mid-iron to drop a birdie opportunity in the middle of this tiered green. Bunker protection front, right and back.
#10 is a downhill 411 yd dogleg left par 4 that offers a birdie opportunity with a straight drive. A dangerous wooded valley gobbles up errant hook drives.
#11 is a short 159 yd par 3 over Meadowbrook Creek from an elevated tee to an elevated green that slopes gently to the front.
#12 is a short 379 yd dogleg left par 4 with a transverse bunker 90 yds in front of the green that will catch a good drive. Aim left and use a short iron to this rolling green, but watch for bunkers front right and left.
#13 is a favorite 436 yd par 4 that gently turns to the right. A long drive leaves a long iron 2nd shot to a flat green downhill from your drive. Watch the bunker left!
#14 is a straight, short 338 yd par 4 that will deliver a birdie with a very short iron 2nd shot. Watch out for Meadowbrook Lake with your fade!
#15 is a rolling 507 yd dogleg left par 5 with two gaping bunkers 250 yds off the tee. A long iron or 5-wood makes a lovely 2nd shot downhill into a well-protected flat green. (Hint:a narrow alley between the bunkers will roll your ball onto the green for an eagle opportunity.)
#16 is a challenging 198 yd par 3 from an elevated tee to an elevated, undulating green. Birdie time!
#17 is the last par 5, a 507 yd dogleg right uphill. Drive left and use your fairway wood to softly land on this small flat green protected by front bunkers. Beware a fade off the tee — it’s No-Man’s Land in a thick arbor!
#18 is a bucolic finishing hole, a 458 yd par 4… uphill, then to the right. A 250 yd drive will crest the hill and come to rest for a well-placed long iron to a left-protected green. Stay right off the tee and end your round with a birdie!



TeesParYardageCourse RatingSlope
Back 72681073.1129


Golf Pro: Todd KinnikinCourse Superintendent: Gary HallettDirector of Golf: Bobby HaddenManager: Libby Meyer


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