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9th Hole (Scissortail)

The 530-yard par-5 9th rounds out the front nine with a good birdie opportunity. Two well hit shots and the help of the prevailing south wind could have you putting for eagle. Keep your tee shot between the bunkers and you may well have a chance to catch the speed slot. Make sure your miss […]

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8th Hole (Redbud)

The 408-yard par-4 8th requires a well-placed drive. Make sure you miss the fairway bunkers on the left, and the trees on the right. An errant approach shot can cause you trouble right and left of the green, so a well-placed second is key! […]

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4th Hole (Redbud)

The 381-yard par-4 4th hole is forgiving to anything hit right of the fairway bunker, which will leave a short approach and a good chance at a birdie. Anything hit left of the fairway bunker will often lead to a bogey or worse. […]

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A WinStar Colosseum Weekend

August is the best month of the year, hands down. It’s the end of summer, it’s my birthday month and there are always fabulous concerts to go to in August. I think some artists know that their music is meant to be listened to in the summer.

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Redbud

If you’re searching for your new golfing obsession, then congratulations, you found it. The Redbud Course at WinStar Golf Club is the other half of WinStar World Casino and Resort’s full championship golfing experience. This course, designed by world-famous golf course designer D.A. Weibring and Wolfard Golf Design, has many different playable yardages depending on […]

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14th Hole (Redbud)

The shortest hole at WinStar Golf Club, the 159-yard par-3 14th is another good chance to score well. This hole plays downhill but into the prevailing south wind. Pending pin placement, make sure to hit the correct side of the green, as there is a ridge dividing the left and right halves. Shots missed to […]

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10th Hole (Scissortail)

The 341-yard par-4 10th kicks off the back nine with a short dogleg that presents another good scoring opportunity. The best play is a fairway wood straight down the middle. Trying to cut the corner, however tempting, provides little advantage and plenty of sandy risk. […]

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4th Hole (Scissortail)

At 361 yards, it’s tempting to challenge the left fairway bunker on the par-4 4th, but the smart play is to stay right of it. Any decent drive that avoids the sand will leave a short approach and good birdie opportunity – as long as you don’t miss short and right where a deep bunker […]

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2nd Hole (Scissortail)

The 398-yard par-4 2nd is simple, but still demanding. This straight chute-like fairway is heavily lined with trees on either side. Stay straight off the tee or you’ll likely need to take your medicine and chip out sideways. Don’t miss long when the pin is at the back – the trees are waiting there for […]

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16th Hole (Redbud)

The 441-yard par-4 16th plays a bit uphill from the tee, and usually into a hurting wind. This green has 3 tiers to make club selection a premium on approach shots. A small bunker on the left side of the green will catch pulled iron shots. […]

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