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Hillcrest Country Club1901 Price Rd
Bartlesville, OK 74006
Phone: (918)333-0687Fax: (918)335-3710
This course offers enough variety of terrain to challenge the most experienced golfer. The course's signature hole is #18, a 575-yard, par 5, which is not only scenic, but considered the most difficult hole on the course. The head professional, Jerry Cozby, was named the 1985 PGA Professional of the Year. Floyd Farley redesigned nine holes in 1960, followed by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay, who redesigned the entire course in 1985.
|Holes: 18||Greens: Bent Grass||Fairways: Bermuda Grass|
|Dress Code:||No denim, collared shirt required|
|Season:||Open all year (closed on Mondays)|
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Course reviews for Hillcrest Country Club
Average Golfer Review (4.5 Stars):
Number of Reviews: 2
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| 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Great Golf Course, Jul 10, 2004
|reviewer: Moore King
from Tulsa, Oklahoma
|One of the nicest golf courses I have ever played. It was in great condition, and it is just a really nice traditional golf courses. Not a long course, but you must keep your ball in play. The greens are not big, but many of them have two or more levels. Lots of elevation changes, as well. But if you get the chance to play it, you will fall in love with it, I promise. It's a shorter Southern Hills, if that makes any sense to anyone.|
| 12 of 14 people found the following review helpful:
Miniature Southern Hills, Feb 11, 2004
|reviewer: Jack Baker
from Tucson, Arizona
|Hillcrest is an old (built 1926), established, traditional golf course. Originally designed by Perry Maxwell (Southern Hills, Prairie Dunes, Colonial), it was updated in 1980 by Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay. The course features tree-lined fairways, lots of doglegs, and difficult small greens. It has hosted numerous USGA Qualifiers, an NCAA regional, numerous OGA state amateur events. While short in length, it plays longer because of the doglegs and elevation changes. Course record is 65 and is held by Justin Leonard and several others. This is an excellent golf course that you will want to play again.|