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Tulsa offers up four municipal courses: LaFortune, an 18-hole lighted course designed by Floyd Farley, and Randy Agckenkemper which opened in 1960. This mot reasonable course has fees currently set at $20 on weekdays, $22 for weekends, plus cart fees.

Mohawk Park offers up 36 championship holes and participates in the First Tee youth program. The Page Belcher 36-hole course is similarly featured and likewise incredibly inexpensive. Finally, Tulsa offers up the South Lakes in Jenks, an 18 hole course that keeps step with the other exceptional public offerings. The city of Tulsa clearly believes golf is a game which should be enjoyed by all.

Oklahoma City also has municipal courses. The 18-hole 6576 yard par-71 "West" course at the Lincoln Park Golf Course enjoys a course rating is 70.1 and a slope rating of 122 on Bermuda grass. This was originally an Arthur J. Jackoson design when it opened in 1921, but was updated by Randy Heckenkemper in 1999. 12 years later, the "East" course opened, another Arthur J. Jackson design which would be redesigned by Floyd Farley in 1965. Comparable course with similar ratings and a slop of 120 each, they are but two of the courses available from Oklahoma City. The Lake Hefner North course, originally designed by the same Perry Maxwell who designed Southern Hills, was likewise updated and revamped, as was the south course. Generally speaking, these courses are all at a dollar per hole, with about the same charge for the optional cart rental.