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Posted on: June 22, 2021

Kickingbird Golf Club Closing for Renovations at the End of June

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KickingBird Golf Club is closing for major renovations at the end of the day on Wednesday, June 30.  It is anticipated that the closure will last approximately 14 to 16 months for the upgrades.

“This project will have an Edmond Community focus and is the largest capital improvement project in the course’s history,” said Director of Golf Brian Soerensen.  “We are celebrating our 50th Anniversary this year and we feel this project will position us for success for the next 50 years.”  

The transformational renovation of Kickingbird will include the following:

  • Demolition of existing clubhouse and replacement with a new 13,384 square foot clubhouse
  • Construction of a new 6,670 square foot tournament/banquet hall
  • Addition of a 7,252 square foot underground cart barn
  • Expansion of the driving range tee area
  • Addition of a short game practice facility
  • Rebuilding all 18 greens and seeding them with bent grass
  • Redesigning Hole #9 and Hole #4 to accommodate the tournament/banquet hall
  • Replacing the irrigation system throughout the course
  • Numerous small improvements made to tee boxes and bunkers

It is estimated that Kickingbird will reopen to the public in Fall 2022 with events and tournaments available for booking on July 1, 2022.  The overall budget for the renovation is approximately $17 million and will be funded through Capital Improvement funds.


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