Affordable Championship Golf
The Links at Stillwater delivers a fantastic golf experience due to the clever design by Lyndy Lindsey. Generous fairways reward you, while winding creeks can catch you if your not paying attention. The large greens give you a sigh of relief during your round.
A good starting hole over Boomer Lake with a dogleg to the left. Several bunkers guard a fairly flat green.
A straightforward Par 3 with no bunkers around the green that is nestled in a wooded area.
Number 3 is a tight par 4 with a small green. A few fairway bunkers near the green should make a smart player lay-up.
A dogleg left that passes over Boomer lake twice with a tight second shot required. Bunkers guard the green.
This straight shot to a fairway green travels by an old silo built in the early 1900’s.
Bunkers are placed in front of this short hole to make you think twice about an easy birdie.
13 sand traps. Pay attention on this hole or your going to be in trouble.
Players must avoid the two fairway traps to be successful on No. 8. An elevated green is protected in the front by bunkers on either side.
With a hard dogleg left, this hole has large bunkers guarding the green.
A dogleg left par 4 hole that is not extremely tight, but the greens sit in a grove of trees.
A dogleg right par 4 with a lake view left and a creek between greens makes this hole tough in the woods.
A straight away par 4 out of a shoot of Cottonwood trees. This is a great hole.
A straight away hole in the Cottonwoods, accuracy is a premium.
Still in the Cottonwoods, this is a great par 3 with a creek to the left of the green.
A straight forward par 4 right in line with the trees making this a very natural hole.
A tricky little sucker. Let me know how you did!
This is another great par 4 in the woods to a small green.
A fun hole with a hit drive over the creek then a second shot over the creek then a third shot over Boomer Creek.
Tees Total Yardage
Black (Championship) 6258
Orange (Mens) 5788
White (Seniors) 5361
Red (Ladies) 4728