Cedar Creek Golf Course
|Red (W)||72||4922 yards||69.5||123|
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|White M: 69.8/117 W: 75.1/131||382||162||330||488||363||493||163||487||367||3235||334||154||464||162||439||393||398||170||490||3004||6239|
|Red W: 69.5/123||331||101||274||416||277||403||122||403||294||2621||280||115||382||125||354||238||287||91||429||2301||4922|
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The course is surrounded by natural beauty that can’t be beat. We saw deer while playing and the views of the lake and down the tree lined fairways was awesome. The course could use some maintenance, some of the greens are still in pretty bad shape from, I assume, last winters terrible freeze and there were quite a few tee boxes that were just plain bad. The fairways also need to have the turf cleaned up to remove a lot of weeds. It’s a pretty challenging course with narrow fairways and quite a bit of uphill play. We did enjoy our day there (even with fighting through a couple hours of rain sitting under trees, but we made that decision to play) and we would definitely play again when in the area.
Layout was cool and unique. The scenery there was awesome! The par 3 with the creek running along the side is one of the nicest?
Cedar Creek Golf Course
The course is in a beautiful setting, with tall pine trees and some holes running along the lake. A few of the greens have fungus . The greens are large. I realize that it is hard to find people to work but the course could use maintenance. The State of Oklahoma needs to step up and spend some money on the course , I believe it has a great potential for the area. The Broken Bow, Hochatown area is attracting large crowds of people and is a great tourist area.
This was a vacation trip to Broken Bow. Beautiful golf course and enjoyed playing. Would highly recommend.
Nice design but a goat ranch
Back 9 was closed for maintenance. Greens were very spotty with a lot of bare spots. Same with fairways. Tee boxes were rough with bare spots and crab grass. It’s a shame because layout is challenging but no money being put into the course.
If you are visiting the area find a different course. Hole 16 was closed for maintenance. Truth is they need to shut down 9 at a time and work on all of it.
A group of friends and I played while visiting Broken Bow. The course views were beautiful and the fairways were pristine. Looked like they just re did the greens, which were in good condition. There were a couple greens that still had sand but other than that great condition!
Would definitely recommend to anyone traveling to Oklahoma!
This is my home course that I’ve played since I was a little kid. It’s a Beautiful area and the course layout is awesome! You truly will never find another like it. Tree lined and narrow fairways, demands accuracy off the tee as well as shot shaping, greens are demanding with lots of slopes, and a lot of elevation changes throughout the golf course. They work with a small budget and crew, but they do the best they can to keep it looking good and in good shape. This past year as many have noted went through a really tough time with the greens, on the positive side they’re putting money back into the place and have planted new champion Bermuda greens and have started a big renovation, removing trees from around greens to help the grass, along with much more that is planned for the future! Excited for it to reopen and see this place at its best!
You can’t find a course like this—tucked way back in the woods with fairways lined with pine trees—anywhere else in Oklahoma. It’s unique and charming. Once they get new greens, which they’re working on, it will be even better. I enjoyed Little Augusta, and will be going back!
This used to be a great course in SE Oklahoma. The clubhouse staff was friendly and helpful but it looks like the greens keeping staff has left their job. Almost no grass on the greens. Hard packed mud instead. The layout has always been good, cut into the forest, with even some beautiful lake views. This is not worth the time until management decides to hire a greens keeping staff. Stay away until the locals call you back.
It's clearly apparent their funding was cut. The "greens" were literally rolled, hard-packed mud and grass. There were large black spots "clay" on the greens. In 40 years of playing golf, I have never seen anything like their greens. If you demand at least a decent green, you may want to wait until these come back or are repaired.
Once the greens recover, this would be a great place to play...short and tight. Great scenery, but currently in a maintenance phase I hope.