History of Toka Sticks Golf Club
Toka Sticks Golf Club (formerly known as Williams Air Force Base Golf Course) is located just five miles south of US 60. You will find this golf course at the intersection of Power and Williams Field Roads. The original nine holes was built over sixty years ago by the Air Force personnel and local community members who volunteered their help in exchange for golf privileges. The newest nine holes was built by the Air Force in the mid 1980s, and has been open to the public since December of 1993. The course plays 6,700 yards from the back tees, and features some terrific holes that will challenge even the best of players. The large trees come into play on most holes, and require a straight tee shot to hit narrow fairways. The greens are some of the best in the valley. Overall, Toka Sticks Golf Club is one of the best values in town. The current course record is 60 held by Brett Paquet and Aaron Saromines.