Cedar Creek is in the southeast corner of Oklahoma on the west side of Broken Bow Lake.
Parkland style of course with pine tree lined fairways in the rolling hills of the Kiamichi Mountains. It's got it's own Amen Corner here the 14th-16th holes, which are three long and tough par 4's, and a challenging way to finish the round. Its namesake, the Cedar Creek snakes through a number of holes on the course, and will claim plenty of shots. It's run by the State, was designed in 1973 by Ken Farley, and plays to around 6,582 yards, 72.3/125, course/slope from the back tees with a variety of shorter tee boxes. Great views of the lake on a number of holes, very challenging layout, and almost never busy.
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