|Overall Difficulty (1-5: 1=Easy, 5=Difficult)||Green Speed (1-5: 1=Slow, 5=Fast)||Rough (1-5: 1=Short, 5=Long)||Bunkers (#)||Water Hazards (#)|
|Condition||1-5 : 1=Poor, 5=Excellent|
|Short Game Area||Yes|
We recommend Langston because of its value. We also find the staff to be very friendly, which always makes a day at the course very pleasant. Take a minute and read the Wikipedia write-up on the course, as the course does have some interesting history.
The layout is decent with some interesting doglegs. The course is short and pretty open, so even high-handicappers should not lose too many balls. Water only comes into play on the 13th hole. The course is also flat, making it very walkable.
However, as with the other city courses, the Langston can suffer from some maintenance issues. Do not play here expecting pristine greens, lush fairways, and excellently manicured bunkers. The course is relatively easy, which makes it popular with high handicappers, so it also can be slow on weekends.
There are stakes marking 100yds (red) and 150yds (white). Pin placements are marked by flag color, red being front of the green, white the middle, and blue the back.
When you are finished, stop in the grill and grab a half-smoke.