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Buffalo Hills Golf Course and Restaurant


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Buffalo Hills Golf Course and Restaurant has been nestled in the stately oak trees just south of Pawhuska since 1919. During most of its 86 years of operation, this challenging course, as well as the food and beverage service, was only available to members. Pawhuska Bar and Grille, located in the clubhouse, now offers a picturesque, relaxing setting for the finest cuisine and drinks in this historic community.

The former Pawhuska Golf and Country Club is now operated as a public course with renovated greens of Bentgrass, automatic underground spinklers and improved Bermuda fairways. Multiple tee boxes create the feel of playing 18 holes on the "back 9" of this 9 hole course. In addition to the beautiful setting, the challenge of the longest Par 5 hole in the state (665 yards) draws golfers from a wide area. A new pro shop has been added in the club house and improvements have been made to the kitchen and the restaurant. The elegant yet casual atmosphere of the dining room and affordable fine cuisine attracts frequent visitors from a 40 mile radius. There is long tradition of this location as "the place" for a nice lunch or dinner.

Golf facilities include a cart space rental shed as well as storage space for the leased carts and a maintenance shop for the groundskeeper. Current golf and clubhouse facilities utilize approximately 49 of the 80 acres. There are three types of memberships available for those avid golfers--Family, which includes restaurant and bar charge privileges; Links, which is golf only, and Corporate.


Admission: Golf: $15.00 Cart Rental: $10.00
Address: 424 Farrell Avenue, Pawhuska, OK
Phone: 918-287-1695
Fax: 918-287-2640
Our Email: buffalohills@sbcglobal.net
Our Website:www.buffalohillsgolf.com

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