For over 90 years, Duncan Golf and Tennis Club has been a place where family and friends can enjoy golf. The classic layout was designed by world renowned golf course architect, Perry Maxwell, in 1921. It has a course rating of 70.8 and is fun for all ages. It is the host of The Labor Day Invitational, the oldest consecutive running tournament in Oklahoma since 1928 where some of the best players in the country, including PGA Tour winners, have played. Other events include The Blowout over Memorial Day weekend and The Darren Hoedebeck Memorial.
Come explore the heritage of the Downtown Duncan Historic District. This organization not only hosts community events, projects and festivities in downtown Duncan, it oversees the 28,000 square feet of amazing architecture, antique shops and retail shops. The Historic Stepping Stone trail has various dedicated stones embedded in a sandstone colored sidewalk. Main Street Duncan is also home to the oldest working escalator in the state as well as the sensational Palace Theatre.