- Proshop, (580)442-5441
- Mulligans Snackbar, (580)442-5391
- Public Phone, (580)442-5203
Dawn to Dusk
Closed on Mondays, unless it’s a holiday
Now through Nov. Grab a $10 Lunch Special with a bucket of balls.
*Fort Sill Golf Course offers arena lights for the practice facility which includes range-putting green and pitching green. Golfers can practice chipping and putting after the sun goes down with plenty of light!
New Golf Learning Center open now for all ages
The Golf Learning Center provides patrons the opportunity to practice the fundamentals of golf. Patrons can perfect their swing mechanics, their chipping and their putting abilities all in one location – on the corner of Fort Sill Boulevard and Upton Road. The five swing stations allow patrons to improve their swing mechanics at full speed. The putting area allows patrons to improve their abilities to “read the putts.” All of the five holes in the putting area help the patron to determine subtle breaks in the anticipated path of the putt. The chipping area provides a great opportunity to learn and feel the differences of hitting from sand and hitting from rough. The Golf Learning Center is open for use by all patrons. Anticipated programming for the Golf Learning Center will include lesson packages which incorporate instruction of the fundamentals for all ages. Also included in future programming are golf camps in conjunction with Youth Services. Individuals who may not have equipment are encouraged to visit the Fort Sill Golf Course for potential rentals. Long-range plans are to continue developing programming to assist in providing family members an additional outlet to learn a new life skills and values resulting in a more resilient individual and family member. For more information regarding programming, or use of the facility, call the Fort Sill Golf Course at (580) 442-5441, or Youth Services at 442-6745. You can view the rules for the new facility here.
You can enjoy the renovated 18 hole golf course, driving range, practice putting and pitching green, Pro Shop, carts, rental clubs, Mulligan’s snack bar and banquet facilities. Fort Sill Golf Course offer junior golf clinics, unit A&R rates, lessons, and evening scrambles.
The Fort Sill Golf Course wasn’t always the size or the location it is today. The original Officers’ Club Golf Course was nine holes and featured the first grass greens on post. The present day FSGC, designed in 1946, was heavily wooded and used by the Artillery Hunt Club.
The Fort Sill Golf Course is a parkland wooded course, rare to southwest Oklahomaand measures over sixty-five hundred yards from the back tees. Medicine Creek flows throughout the beautiful back nine of the Fort Sill Golf Course. Burr Oaks and numerous types of nut trees line the fairways. Historical sites lie in and around the golf course boundaries. Flipper’s ditch, which crosses the 15th and 16th fairways, and General Custer’s Bivouac, which was located on the 14th fairway, are testimony to the history of the area.
A & R Rates
Rates are for units desiring to use the golf course for A&R Program:
- Minimum number of players – 4
Maximum number of players – 12
- Days available – Wednesdays and Thursdays
- Times available – Pro Shops will determine based on course schedule
Unit A&R representatives are required to call the Pro Shop to schedule a tee time and provide a by-name list of players prior to date of play.
If you are interested in hosting your own golf tournament, please call 442-5441.
Fort Sill Golf Course offers one-stop shopping when scheduling a fund raiser or tournament. When booking your event information will be provided regarding catering services. Catering packages ranging from mererefreshments to continental breakfasts to lunch cookouts or if needed table or buffet service, can be accommodated at competitive prices. For more information on available catering packages please contact the Golf Course manager at (580)442-5493.
Current policy prohibits the introduction of food and beverage products or service into Morale, Welfare, and Recreation facilities by “outside” agencies.