Broadlawn Park

Ardmore, Oklahoma     1 course · 18 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + Gabe Brown › January 29, 2018
Pros: -Nice park where kids can play. -Concrete tee boxes -A great course for beginners and veterans that want to work on certain shots. -Back 9 can be very challenging if you are aggressive. -Some very long par 3s. -Benches at several holes. -Good use of space provided. -Most of the course flows along a concrete sidewalk. Cons: -The creek is very deep in spots so lost discs can happen. -There is a bit of trash around the creek. -No par 4s or 5s. -Baskets on the last two holes are s ...
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-  +1 votes  + Danny Ash › June 19, 2016
Great beginner course. Mostly wide open with some light elevation changes. There is a small creek that comes into play on 4 of the back nine and a few trees on a couple of holes. Some of the tee pads concrete is cracked and no signs up for any hole. There is a course map, but its not very descriptive.
-  +0 votes  + Steven D › June 6, 2016
-  +0 votes  + marc D › December 3, 2012
I have played several times and never felt challenged to shoot par. This is a fun little course if you like 250 ft. Wide open hyzer shots. Small creek chases the back 9 and danger is minimal. Locals play sidewalks safe ( bunk ) it will only make you better guys!! All in all 18 holes is 18 holes and I do play it occasionally. Ohhh and it is Well laid out for the limited amount of space is available to fit 18 holes. I would guess about 13 acre. = ;- )
-  +1 votes  + Tyler "Shanko" Raemhild › April 13, 2011
Fun, short course in a very nice park. A few holes with the baskets on top of small mounds, which was very interesting. A good beginner friendly course although there are a few 350+ holes.
-  +1 votes  + jim C › November 22, 2010
This course is layed out on a long thin park with houses all around the edges. Concrete tee pads most of the signs are missing. The baskets are all there and most have the hole number but some are way high and some almost sit on the ground. On the back 9 or so there is a little creek on the left that your discs like to skip into.
Wind plays a lot because its mostly open and lots of short ace runs.