Members and their guests
Pete Dye claims that his work at Oak Tree National, which is located near Oklahoma City, is his best course not on the sea. The club occupies more than six hundred acres of wooded countryside, taking its name from a particularly striking tree on the 5th. The establishment was known as the Oak Tree Country Club when it opened in 1976, but took on the new moniker after changing hands awhile back. Refurbishment of the fairways, tees, bunkering, irrigation and practice areas in recent years has brought the layout back to Dye's original conception. A number of PGA Tour pros make Oak Tree their home base, and it is no wonder since the course is incredibly demanding; even accomplished players will have a hard time walking away with more than a couple of birdies, and casual players may be overwhelmed by the demand for pinpoint accuracy.