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Historic Prominence

Perry Maxwell was an American golf course architect. He was a founding member of the American Society of Golf Course Architects and was an inductee into the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame in 2012. He was known as the "father of Oklahoma golf," and firmly believed that the land makes the course. Therefore, his beautiful design over our wild and undulating terrain has led many to believe that Twin Hills is a prime example of his mastery of routing.

The history of Twin Hills dates back to 1920 when five oilmen (Al Maidt, Bob Conliff, Gus Mattison, Leslie Norris, and Bill Buchholz) commissioned Maxwell to design and build the course on its present 160-acre site. The 18-hole course opened in 1923 and features 6,857 yards for golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 74.2 and it has a slope rating of 133 on Bermuda grass.

Rating Slope


Tournament    72.9/132
Blue    72.6/131
White    70.2/128
Yellow    67.9/119


Ladies Champ.    73.3/132
Red    70.6/127

Course History

1934 Western Amateur Zell Eaton
1935 PGA Championship Johnny Revolta
1936 Western Jr. Open Ray Watson
1955 Women’s Trans- Mississippi Polly Riley
1956 Oklahoma City Open Fred Hawkins
1959 Oklahoma City Open Arnold Palmer
1960 Oklahoma City Open Gene Littler
1961 Trans-Mississippi Herb Durham
1967 National USGA Jr. Championship John T. Crooks

1969 International Lefthanders Championship
1970 American Pro-Youth Classic
1991 NAIA National Championship

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