Course Layout

Course Layout

27 Hole Course Layout

South Course Layout

The South Course at Broken Arrow will find you among the landmarks of this historic farm. The silo and original farm house are visible from the first teebox. Flanked by 22 bunkers and 7 ponds, the South Course will present sufficient challenges for golfers of any level. Young trees and multi-tiered greens add a pleasant touch to this links-style course.

South Course – Hole 1

Green View

Distance
Par 4 Hcp 4
Red 297
White 377
Blue 389
Gold 432
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South Course – Hole 2

Green View

Distance
Par 4 Hcp 6
Red 295
White 259
Blue 367
Gold 375
Flyover View

South Course – Hole 3

Green View

Distance
Par 4 Hcp 7
Red 255
White 327
Blue 341
Gold 356
Flyover View

South Course – Hole 4

Green View

Distance
Par 3 Hcp 8
Red 133
White 165
Blue 172
Gold 198
Flyover View

South Course – Hole 5

Green View

Distance
Par 5 Hcp 1
Red 422
White 513
Blue 528
Gold 562
Flyover View

South Course – Hole 6

Green View

Distance
Par 3 Hcp 9
Red 107
White 133
Blue 147
Gold 161
Flyover View

South Course – Hole 7

Green View

Distance
Par 4 Hcp 3
Red 360
White 418
Blue 429
Gold 440
Flyover View

South Course – Hole 8

Green View

Distance
Par 5 Hcp 2
Red 485
White 519
Blue 532
Gold 545
Flyover View

South Course – Hole 9

Green View

Distance
Par 4 Hcp 5
Red 288
White 366
Blue 383
Gold 400
Flyover View

East Course Layout

The East Course may remind you a bit of Florida. Your second shots will be at a premium on this nine. Ample landing areas off the tee lead to approach shots that will be challenged by hills, bunkers, and water.

East Course – Hole 1

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
Favor the left side of the fairway off the tee. There’s trouble on both sides, but a good tee shot will give you an easy approach into the green.

Flyover View

East Course – Hole 2

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
Pray for wind out of the south, as a North wind will make this a very challenging hole. Any errant tee shot to the right will lead to a very difficult and blind approach shot.

Flyover View

East Course – Hole 3

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
One of the shortest holes on the course but it can still pose as a challenge. Be wary of a back left pin position here. The wetland area on the right is surely a place you won’t want to visit.

Flyover View

East Course – Hole 4

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
One of the longest par 5’s on the course, it is reachable in two, but only by the most talented and with a little luck. Whether it takes 2, 3 or even 4 or more shots, make sure to stay below the hole.

Flyover View

East Course – Hole 5

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
The 5th hole is a longer par 3 that is well guarded by a front right bunker. Keep in mind a dominant west wind will most likely affect your tee shot.

Flyover View

East Course – Hole 6

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
Don’t get too greedy here! It’s best to play smart and lay up with an iron or fairway wood down the center of the fairway. A fairly easy approach awaits to a fairly large green.

Flyover View

East Course – Hole 7

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
A “straight forward” par 4. Try to keep your approach towards the right half of the green. Most shots tend to roll down left. Roll too close to the ridge and you’ll be swimming.

Flyover View

East Course – Hole 8

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
Risk to reward? Keep that in mind as you try and place your tee shot up near the green. The pond cuts in closer and closer from the left creating a surprising close hazard as you approach the green. A simple layup may be the best and easiest option.

Flyover View

East Course – Hole 9

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
If you like golf and enjoy bowling leagues, then this is the hole for you! “Gutter” balls off the left and right will flirt with the hazards that guard both sides of the landing area for your tee shot. With the many hazards, hills, bunkers, and wind conditions, this is another difficult par 5 to reach in 2 or even 3.

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North Course Layout

Perhaps the most scenic course at Broken Arrow, the North is truly one of a kind. Molded from woodlands, the North Course is the only course of its type in the Midwest. Featuring dual greens, a concept designed in part for players to control the difficulty, golfers have a choice of playing to either of the 2 flags on each hole.

For players seeking a shorter, less difficult approach shot, the red flags are ideal. In contrast, the more experience player will appreciate the distance of the blue flags. Bring your sand wedge and putter -with 30 bunkers and dual greens, there’s plenty of room for error!

North Course – Hole 1

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
Big hitters can reach the green off the tee on this par 4. Not a difficult hole but it can present its challenges. While the red flag tends to be the easier of the two flags on each hole, the red flag here can be a tough pin to get to.

Flyover View

North Course – Hole 2

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
Conservative players will aim down the middle of the fairway. Long knockers will aim over the left bunker to catch the downslope of the fairway. The red flag here, though shorter in distance, tends to be more challenging as it is usually tucked right behind the front bunker.

Flyover View

North Course – Hole 3

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
A short iron shot into a huge green. Just make sure if you hit the green, you went towards the correct flag or you’ll end up with a very, very, very long putt.

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North Course – Hole 4

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
A claustrophobic par 5. Unlike the rest of the links style course, this one closes in on you literally. You’ll need to hit your second shot straight as there isn’t much room to play any type of draw or fade. Both greens can produce some challenging putts, but the smaller and more undulated blue green presents the real challenge.

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North Course – Hole 5

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
A mid-length par 4 with a tight driving area. The forest to the right may not look too dense but has a tendency to hide many golf balls. The two flags on the green are separated by a big hump in the center of the green so you’ll want to make sure to be on the correct side.

Flyover View

North Course – Hole 6

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
One of the more challenging par 3’s on the course. A downhill par 3 guarded by a large pond in front. A shot to the blue flag will need to be all carry.

Flyover View

North Course – Hole 7

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
A long par 4 with a very wide fairway. A bombers delight as this hole usually plays with the wind at your back. Playing to the blue flag is at least 1 to 2 more clubs than the red.

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North Course – Hole 8

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
A “straight forward” par 4 with one of the largest greens on the North. If you hit it left into the residents yards, leave it. It belongs to them now. Plus why would you want a golf ball back that had the nerve to go there in the first place? Watch out for the deep green side bunkers towards the end of the hole.

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North Course – Hole 9

Hole Overview

Tips From the Pro:
One of the longest par 5’s on the course. Long hitters will have a shot at this green in two. Although the blue pin is longer, it can be more accessible than the red with fewer bunkers guarding the blue side of the green.

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