Not good. The course is not the easiest to find if you're using Apple maps (don't follow the instructions, it'll take you out into the middle of corn fields on a gravel road - total "Children of the Corn" moment) - and if you live in OKC, definitely not worth the hour drive. I think the place is under construction, so the course doesn't have a club house, instead, you get a worn down mobile home. The grass was WAY to high; the fairways were more like other courses' first or second roughs. Putting was more like a round of ping-pong, as the greens had just been plugged (which is actually not the course's fault, as all of them have to do it at one point or another), but even so, the quality of the grass was still no bueno. On a bright note, the holes were short (I'm a fan of less than 300 yards par 4s) and laid out in a fun manner, but again, the fairway quality was just atrocious. Do yourself a favor and play somewhere else.
I play FireLake 2-3 times a week at least and have to say unlike the last reviewer that the course is in excellent shape. Yes, the tees were all moved up but that was because they were overseeded with rye grass. You should see them now! Green, green, green! In 2008 they converted to Champion Bermuda greens to combat the Oklahoma heat and they are nice! Nicely priced place for the money. Try the pizza upstairs when you go!
I had heard about this course a while before playing it. I was not impressed at all. Very lacking in maintence of the course, just a simple mowing would have been nice! the greens were covered in granual fertilizer and needed to be watered in. Every time you putted, the ball would be covered in fertilizer! the other golfers seem to have an extremely bad attitude. The man and woman behind us would throw their clubs and cuss up a storm on EVERY bad shot. and that was not uncommon out there. The course has a nice layout, but no maintence at all, the water looked like a swamp! all the teeboxes were moved up to the ladies tee box. Blue, White and red all together. played on 9-19-10