The Lodge

Pawhuska, Oklahoma     2 courses · 36 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Ron SeemannMoccasin Creek › March 17, 2012
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-  +0 votes  + Ron SeemannIsland Course › March 17, 2012
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-  +0 votes  + jason priceIsland Course › May 13, 2012
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loved course exceptional layout
-  +0 votes  + jason priceMoccasin Creek › May 13, 2012
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beautiful course and well thought out
-  +0 votes  + steven kelsoMoccasin Creek › July 27, 2012
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-  +0 votes  + Justin BrownMoccasin Creek › July 27, 2012
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Long, grueling course. Heavily wooded, great use of elevation, trees, and ponds. This along with the island course should be the inspiration of what a disc golf course should be! Great job course designer Jim Taylor!
-  +0 votes  + Justin BrownIsland Course › July 27, 2012
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Amazing! Tuff treading after a long grueling 18 at moccasin creek (right next door), but well worth it! Very cool 200' true island hole number 17.
-  +0 votes  + erik johansenIsland Course › September 8, 2012
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Great course. Every kind of shot you can imagine
-  +0 votes  + erik johansenMoccasin Creek › September 8, 2012
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-  +0 votes  + steven kelsoIsland Course › September 15, 2012
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-  +0 votes  + Bryan TieckeIsland Course › June 30, 2013
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Amazing course. Great elevation. Requires a full set of skill shots.
-  +0 votes  + Cody TaplinMoccasin Creek › November 26, 2014
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This course is a MUST PLAY. Leah was so welcoming, you can contact them through their own website. A Hanging basket, a 325 ft shot over 300 ft of water, elevation changes, rocks, trees, open shots, long wholes and hard dueces, and an absurd amount of water. This course is for big time players. If you are driving through Oklahoma, this course will make every other course in the state look like a joke.
-  +0 votes  + Cody TaplinIsland Course › November 26, 2014
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Another Jaw dropping course, this one feels like your avoiding water on every whole. #9 gold Teeshot was the coolest Teeshot I have ever seen. #17 is literally on a small island. 2 teepads, sometimes 3 on each unlike moccasin. A MUST PLAY