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Civic Prides

Goddard Center for the Visual and Performing Arts

Goddard Center for the Visual and Performing Arts

The Goddard Center for the Visual and Performing Arts stands today as a testimonial to the dream of Ethel McClure Goddard, Ardmore educator and librarian. Dedicated to the memory of her husband, Charles B. Goddard, the Center provides Southern Oklahoma with a vital cultural complex serving theatre, dance, music and visual art.

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Memorial Square

Memorial Square

The Oil Patch Warrior and Memorial Square welcomes visitors to downtown Ardmore, standing in silent tribute to the energy industry and to the veterans who fought for the American freedom we enjoy today.

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Noble Stadium

Noble Stadium

Football is big in Oklahoma. And in Ardmore, civic pride is big as well. During the late evening of a crisp, Ardmore autumn you can hear the roar of 4,500 screaming Ardmore Tiger Football fans, cheering their team to victory in the Noble Stadium.

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Ardmore Regional Park

Ardmore Regional Park

Ardmore Regional Park is the gem of our city park system. Here you can find a lake, disc golf, a softball complex, hiking and jogging paths, a skatepark, and playground equipment for the young.

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Dornick Hills Golf & Country Club

Dornick Hills Golf & Country Club

Listed in the National Historic Registry, Ardmore’s popular Dornick Hills Golf & Country Club is one of the oldest and most prestigious clubs in Oklahoma. It boasts the first Oklahoman golf club affiliation with the United States Golf Association, as well as being the site of numerous tournaments including the Ardmore Open, a PGA tour event, from 1952 to 1954. It is also home to the clubs signature event “The Oilmen’s” since 1963, and the premier college event of the region “The Maxwell” for over 10 years.

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