Indian Springs Country Club, located in Broken Arrow at 16006 E 131st St., is a first class country club with two excellent golf courses and amazing tennis facilities. Owner Jim Pharr, who resides in a beautiful home just a short walk from the clubhouse, says, “Indian Springs Country Club is not for the elite, but for everybody.”
The 450-acre luxurious club, situated in a lovely rural, private setting with rolling hills and fresh ponds, springs and creeks, prides itself on its focus on families and family togetherness. With two exceptional golf courses, Pro Shops for golf and tennis, two pools, outdoor and indoor tennis courts, as well as a Grill and Club House, Indian Springs offers families a wonderful place to have fun, relax and enjoy togetherness. The Club was recently fully renovated and offers top of the line amenities and service, golf, tennis and swimming lessons.
In addition to offering golf, tennis and swimming lessons for all levels, Indian Springs offers “clubs within the club.” Members have a variety of options to choose from: a networking club for professionals, a book club, and women’s investment club, a dinner and bingo club, and bridge clubs for couples and ladies.
General Manager John Phillips, former TU Golden Hurricane head basketball coach, encourages everyone to visit Indian Springs Country Club to see all the great things it has to offer and enjoy, what he calls, “the friendliest country club in Oklahoma.”
The two golf courses meander along dense forest, traverse up, down and around bluffs carved by the Arkansas River and are generously endowed with numerous creeks, springs and ponds. As one would expect from such a pristine location, the property is a great escape for those who want to get away.
Established in 1968, Indian Springs has provided a private, relaxed and safe family environment where the members have been able to spend quality time with one another. To ensure that the days at the Club are what the members expect, the friendly and attentive staff is committed to excellence in both social and athletic activities.
The club golf pro is money-winning golfer Michael Boyd, a Union High School and University of Tulsa graduate.
The Creek Expressway extension has made the trip to Indian Springs a quick one from throughout the greater Tulsa area. The trip can be made from downtown Tulsa in about 20 minutes on a normal driving day.
For more information, visit www.indianspringscc.com or call (918) 455-7431.