Golf Tournament

19th Red Earth Golf Tournament set
Monday, April 25 at Edmond's Oak Tree CC


For more than 30 years, Oak Tree Country Club has enjoyed its well-earned reputation as one of the best golf and country clubs in Oklahoma.

Now, you can play Oak Tree and benefit Red Earth and its programs at the same time by participating in the 19th Red Earth Golf Tournament. Meticulously designed by legendary golf course architect Pete Dye, the course winds gently through the Oklahoma landscape, preserving the character of the land while offering a challenge around every bend.

As a participant or sponsor you will not only support the ongoing educational programs of the dynamic Red Earth Art Center, but you will also enjoy the opportunity to golf and network your business. 

Players will have opportunities to make a hole in one for a new car from Seth Wadley Auto Group and a beautiful Rolex watch from B.C. Clark Jewelers.

The Red Earth Golf Tournament starts at 11 am with registration and warm up followed by lunch at noon.  A Shotgun Start is at 1 pm followed by awards at the conclusion of the Tournament.

A $1,000 Team Sponsor receives a four-player team, recognition at the Tournament and on the course, complimentary golf carts, lunch and refreshments. Individual players may participate for $250. 


Red Earth is the region's premier organization working with Native American traditional and contemporary fine arts. As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization Red Earth works to promote the rich traditions of American Indian arts and cultures through education, a premier festival art center and fine art markets.

The Red Earth Art Center is FREE TO THE PUBLIC and open every weekday in downtown Oklahoma City featuring a permanent collection of over 1,400 traditional and contemporary pieces of art and historical artifacts. While our web-based programming reaches teachers throughout the state who might not have access to current Native art and history lessons were it not for our FREE CURRICULUM.

The Tournament is held as a tribute to Muscogee (Creek) Indian and Oklahoma native Allie Pierce Reynolds.  Reynolds was a founding member of Red Earth and one of Major League Baseball’s most feared pitchers of the 1940s and 50s.  As a pitcher for the New York Yankees, Reynolds won five World Series in a row from 1949-53.