Tulsa County Club celebrates 100 years on Wednesday. While members reminisce about the past, they're also looking to the future at 701 N. Union.
In September, they'll welcome the USGA Senior Women's Amateur Championship. It's that kind of event, the club says it's hoping to attract by showcasing its course.
"The first clubhouse was a log cabin and it burned down. They built a clubhouse around 1920 on the east side of the course that stands now," said Bob Kenney, Centennial Committee Chairman.
The main facility was built in the 1960s and has seen its share of remodels and additions, including a new pool and deck.
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