When do registrations end for Midwest City youth sports?
Youth Sports: TBall/Baseball/Softball registrations end March 31! The Parks and Recreation Department is looking forward to bringing youth sports back to Midwest City! We offer youth sports for all ages and levels; there is something for everyone!
What does Midwest City senior center do?
Senior Center The Midwest City Senior Center is a safe place of fun, community, and life shared with others. We offer programs, classes, events and activities for individuals age 55 and older who have a common…
How many yards is a beginner golf course in Georgia?
Due to the unusual size and length of the course, 1,900 yards, it enables senior golfers or junior golfers a course to easily walk. This excellent facility is the best place in the state for junior and beginner golfers to learn the game of golf.
Midwest City officials Tuesday night approved a contract for the renovation of John Conrad Regional Golf Course. The city council approved a contract for architectural and engineering services with PDG, LLC d.b.a. Heckenkemper Golf Course Design. The contract is not to exceed $371,000.
Midwest City is proud to offer two beautiful and challenging golf courses, John Conrad (Currently closed for renovations) and Hidden Creek Family Course. For the health and safety of our residents, we are currently accepting credit and debit only. No cash transactions. CDC recommended social distancing of six feet between individuals is in practice city wide.
Hidden Creek Family Golf Course. Hidden Creek Family Golf Course was designed and built in 1957 by Floyd Farley to provide the city with an executive size nine hole golf course. Due to the unusual size and length of the course, 1,900 yards, …
Currently Closed for Renovations Until 2022 (2018 G.O. Bond Project) The John Conrad Golf Course, designed and built in 1971 by Floyd Farley, lies on 160 acres of challenging tree-lined roughs, meandering creeks, beautiful water features …
Midwest City, Oklahoma. APRIL 2022. Website POC’s: Rick Horn 639-8332 or [email protected] & Doug Harrison 473-7408 or [email protected] PURPOSE: To stimulate interest in golf & promote morale, physical and recreational. welfare of its members by instituting and supervising competitive golf. tournaments among the members in the greater Oklahoma City area.