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Tulsa Country Club has hosted more USGA sanctioned tournaments than any other course in Oklahoma!

1908Tulsa Country Club formed in March; clubhouse, tennis courts and a nine-hole golf course with sand greens built on 80 acres leased from Dr. S. G. Kennedy.

1909: Country club members from Oklahoma City, Shawnee, Muskogee and Tulsa meet at TCC to form the Oklahoma Golf Association.

1910: TCC hosts first Oklahoma State Amateur and First Oklahoma Open.

1916: Fire destroys original clubhouse.

1918: Golf course expanded to 18 holes.

1920: Famed golf course architect A. W. Tillinghast engaged to design new course and put in grass greens.

1923: Bill Mehlhorn wins Oklahoma Open (a PGA Tour event), on the TCC course. Mehlhorn previously served as TCC head pro and later played on the first U.S. Ryder Cup team.

1927: Oklahoman Dick Grout edges out Gene Sarazen and other tour pros to win the Oklahoma Open at TCC.

1960: Club hosts U.S. Women’s Amateur Tournament.

1968: New $1 million clubhouse opens on west side of grounds and holes renumbered.

1984: Miller Barber wins Roy Clark Senior PGA, a forerunner of the Champions’ Tour.

1999: Club hosts NCAA Women’s Division I Championship.

2001: First of three straight years of Tulsa’s stop on the LPGA Tour played at Tulsa Country Club.

2008: Club hosts U.S. Senior Women’s Amateur Championship.

2011: Golf course reopens after redesign and complete renovation by “The Open Doctor,” Rees Jones.

2014: Club hosts NCAA Women’s Division I Championship.

2015: Host of the U.S. Girls Jr. Championship
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