Welcome to Firekeeper Golf Course
We will open Firekeeper Golf Course on April 2 at 9:00 am and everyone will be off the course at 6:00 pm, 7 days a week unless closed due to inclement weather. We will disinfect each golf cart after every use. Each golfer will have the option of taking his or her own cart. We will eliminate as many things as possible that can be touched. Unfortunately, we will not be offering the pro shop or food and beverage service. The clubhouse restrooms will remain open and cleaned every hour by our EVS staff. Guests will go to firekeepergolf.com website to pay for their rounds in advance. Please call the clubhouse at 785-966-2100 to make your tee times or to make payment. We will also offer a $40 walking rate. All other rates will be the same and include cart rental. There will be no Twilight rates available. The driving range will be closed during this time. Please leave your golf cart in the parking lot after your round.
It is our hope that during these unprecedented times we can offer you a hint of life as it was. Firekeeper has taken every effort to provide for your safety.
Firekeeper golf course is an economic endeavor of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation and the #1 Golf Course in Kansas according to Golfweek® magazine. The course is located in Mayetta, Kansas 15 miles north of Topeka just off Highway 75.
Firekeeper is the first signature course of the four-time PGA TOUR winner Notah Begay III, the only full-blooded Native American on the tour. He designed Firekeeper in partnership with Jeffrey D. Brauer, ASGCA. Completed in 2010, the course opened in the spring of 2011.