This is a State Park owned and operated golf course. It is adequate condition for playing golf but you don't come here for the "great golf" experience; you come here for the fantastic scenery and views of the trees, forest, deer that walk along the course and Broken Bow Lake! This place USED to be called Oklahoma's Little Augusta and you can see why. I think they had to quit using the term because the Masters folks got mad but it's an appropriate description given that most of the holes wind through the cedar and pine forest. Their "signature" hole is probably 16 where the green is built right into a peninsula into Broken Bow Lake. Look out for boaters yelling and screaming at you as they ride by.........but it's part of the atmosphere.
Now, as to golf rating for the players..........condition is spotty. It's a State Park golf course. Tends to be better in spring after rains. During summer or heat of summer, it can be a little dry and not as lush. Fall is a good time to play to view the foliage and temps are not as brutal. You WILL see deer along the course IF you are observant. Small bermuda greens; very TIGHT fairways and plan on losing a few balls if you do not split the fairways. Clubhouse has all the basic amenities. Balls, clubs, some clothes, etc. Driving range. Gas carts which tend to mar the experience due to noise but once you see the hills and distances that you drive, probably understand why they have to use those.
So all in all, go for the experience and scenery; not just for the golf. :)
Located farthest north entrance to the park; sign marked. North of Hochatown. Then you have to drive a few miles into the park to course but nice winding drive and you will see some of golf holes before you get to the actual "clubhouse".