About Dornick Hills Golf & Country Club
Dornick Hills Golf & Country Club is the Private Country Club of Southern Oklahoma. Work on the Golf Course began on the west nine in 1913 by Perry Maxwell. Today, we have a challenging 18 hole championship, par 70 golf course. The Land was part of a dairy farm owned by Maxwell. Work on the Club House began in 1914.
Dornick Hills enjoys two distinctions. It was Oklahoma's first golf course with Bermuda grass greens. It was the first Oklahoma Golf Club to be affiliated with the United States Golf Association. This occurred on July 20, 1914 and for the next six years no other Oklahoma Golf Club enjoyed such a distinction. Before Perry Maxwell died in 1952, he had designed about 75 golf courses — many of which were in Oklahoma.
519 Country Club Rd
Hours of Operation: Dawn to dusk
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