Wichita Public Golf Courses
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Upcoming Events
  • Women's Golf Day

    Tuesday, June 7,
    All Golf Courses

  • Volunteer Day at Auburn Hills

    Tuesday, June 14,
    Auburn Hills

  • Queen of the Links

    Thursday, June 23, 8:30am
    Auburn Hills

  • 27-Hole Challenge

    Saturday, June 25, 8am
    Arthur B. Sim

  • Volunteer Day at Arthur B. Sim

    Tuesday, July 12,
    Arthur B. Sim

  • Parent-Junior Tournament

    Sunday, August 7, 2pm
    MacDonald

  • Volunteer Day at Tex Consolver

    Tuesday, August 9,
    Tex Consolver

  • Folds of Honor

    Monday, September 5, 9am
    Auburn Hills

  • Beat the Pros

    Saturday, October 8,
    Arthur B. Sim

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Come experience the four high-quality courses conveniently located throughout the city. Golfers may choose from a variety of unique course layouts that offer challenges for all skill levels. While browsing through the site, you will discover that Wichita Public Golf Courses has affordable prices, promotions, lessons, flexible tee-time schedules and a new convenient booking system. Thank you for visiting Golfwichita.com!

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Auburn Hills

443 S 135th St | 316.219.9700

Auburn Hills Golf Course was created in the heart of a residential development by world renowned golf course designer, Perry Dye.

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MacDonald

840 N Yale Ave | 316.688.9391

This stately par 72 golf course ranks among the most popular local courses.

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Tex Consolver

1931 S Tyler Rd | 316.337.9494

Tex Consolver Golf Course is located amidst the beautiful surroundings of Pawnee Prairie Park.

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Arthur B. Sim

2020 W Murdock St | 316.337.9100​​

The scenic Arthur B. Sim Golf Course is located in the center of Wichita, in the heart of the Museum District.

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