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White Hawk Golf Club Scorecard

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Hole #1

On this short par 4, it’s a straight shot from tee to green. The green is protected by a greenside bunker on the left. The hole builds your confidence for the start.

 
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Hole #2

Ideally, place the tee shot away from the fairway bunker on the right. The key to this par 5 is the club selection on the second shot. A well-protected green dictates that you play to the center on your approach.

 
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Hole #3

Play smart off the tee—your downhill drive may carry through the fairway into the left fairway bunker or into the hazard. A tee shot played to the right side of the fairway will leave you an uphill shot to a narrow opening to the green.

 
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Hole #4

Hit plenty of club to carry both the water and the pot bunker in front of the green. Check the wind as it typically will be against you coming from the south.

 
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Hole #5

The most difficult hole on the front nine. Proper distance and placement off the tee is critical. A drive to the left side is the smart play as the right side of the fairway is protected by a large water hazard. Proper club selection is the key to the second shot avoid the pot bunker on the right side of the green.

 
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Hole #6

This downhill par 3 plays into the north wind so choosing the right club to navigate the narrow opening into the green is a must. The green is well protected with water on the right, a downhill slope on the left, and a pot bunker in the back.

 
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Hole #7

A challenging par 4 due to its length, drive the ball down the left center of the fairway to avoid the three pot bunkers on the right. Your second shot will be played into a narrow green with a greenside bunker on the right.

 
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Hole #8

One of the safer holes on the golf course, the only trouble lies on the left side from two fairway bunkers. Hit all you’ve got from the tee box, which will leave you a short second shot into a large wide-open green.

 
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Hole #9

The ideal placement off the tee is to the right of the fairway bunker. The key to this par 5 is the second shot to set yourself up to handle the narrow opening that plays into the south wind and into the green, which is well protected by bunkers on both sides. 

 
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Hole #10

What water? Your tee shot over the water on this short par 4 will determine success or failure on this hole. Ideal placement is to the left side of the fairway, leaving you a short second into the green protected by a greenside bunker on the back of the green.

 
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Hole #11

Hit all you can from the tee box! Doing so on this par 5 will leave you with two options: You can choose to go for the green, which is well protected by water and slopes off the backside; or, the smart play is to lay-up to the front of the green to leave you with an easy approach shot for a birdie opportunity.

 
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Hole #12

Be careful with your club selection as good position off the tee is a must. Look out—there’s trouble everywhere: right, left, long, and short. However, a good tee shot will leave you with a wedge to the green, which is protected by bunkers on both sides.

 
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Hole #13

This long downhill par 3 plays into the wind. Shots that stray to the left or right will end up in the trees. Don’t be short or you will find the creek or pot bunker protecting the front of the green. A par is a great score here.

 
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Hole #14

Drive the ball down the left center of the fairway. This will leave you with a narrow shot into the front part of a sizeable two-tiered green, which is protected by a greenside bunker in the back right.

 
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Hole #15

Typically this is one of the easier holes on the course. Drive the ball down the left center of the fairway and it will leave you with a wedge to a narrow opening of the small green protected by a greenside bunker on the right.

 
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Hole #16

Choose your club wisely, as you’ll need to hit plenty of club on this par 3 to carry both the water and the pot bunker in front of the green.

 
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Hole #17

What you see is what you get! Drive the ball down the left side of the fairway. Your second shot will be your biggest challenge as it’s into the wind and uphill to a large narrow green protected by bunkers on the left and right side.

 
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Hole #18

This finishing par 5 is our signature hole that brings you home toward the clubhouse. It’s a long dogleg right from tee to green that puts a premium on your approach shot into the green. A good drive and approach shot will set you up for great scoring opportunity. The front of the green is protected by a cascading waterfall that empties into one of our several ponds.

 
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INTOTMen'sWomen's
Championship41353940218641418346241149535054095574071914103612024125283477698274.6 / 135
Back38850136215937117541338047932283875213891733923301833855213281650972 / 130
Middle35546932713034613738135447029693615053651543773211733615063123609269.7 / 125
Handicap57111715153913 12261641810148    
                        
                        
Par M/W454343445364543443453672  
                        
                        
Forward3004242691013088833031441125453314032611303672741162584632603514872.8 / 134
Handicap11113151717795 82101861216144    

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White Hawk Golf Course

White Hawk - Green Fees

Public Mon - Fri Weekends / Holidays
Rack Rate $29.95 $36.95
Twilight (After 2 p.m.) $21.95 $23.95
Champion's Rate (Senior) All Day $24.95 N/A
Walking Rate $16.50 $25.00
Other Charges
Corporate Member (Max 1 foursome per day) $14.00 $14.00 (After 12 p.m.)
Replay Rate $10.00 $10.00

Weekday Rates: All rates include cart. Tax is excluded.

Tee times may be made up to 7 days in advance. When you call to make your reservation, our staff will ask the number of players in your group and the day and time you would like to play. We will do our best to accommodate you. We will require a phone number and a credit card number to reserve the time.

Cancellations will be accepted up to 24 hours prior to your tee time. There will be a charge of $10 for each no show and short show in your party, so please call in advance if your group size changes.

Proper golf attire is required.

Rates are subject to change without notice. 
Please call the course for current rates or if rates are not listed.

Golf at White Hawk Golf Club

Designed by award-winning architect Randy Heckenkemper in 1994, White Hawk Golf Club encompasses 225 acres just south of Tulsa. The 18-hole par 72 course, measuring nearly 7,000 yards from the back tees, features four sets of tees that allow players of all skill levels to enjoy themselves. The front nine is an open, links-style course, while the back nine is heavily wooded with several doglegs playing target-style golf. Four lakes on the golf course bring water into play on seven different holes and can require skillful precision to avoid the hazard. The signature eighteenth hole is a 530-yard, par 5 dogleg right with a lake on the right protecting the green. Come experience one of the area’s most dynamic, fun, and challenging golf course layouts that will inspire you to visit us again and again.

Directions

White Hawk Golf Club
14515 South Yale Avenue
Bixby, OK  74008
(918) 366-4653