"There are several things on the course we'd like to take a look at. We need to have this place be the premier course in Oklahoma." One potential change is replacing the fairways. "I'd also like to see some of the natural grasses on the course from many years ago come back," Evans said. Evans said he will discuss the club's new direction with its current 350 members. "I think we'll spend the bulk of this year looking at what we’ve got, and to let the membership know where we're going," Evans said. "Some members may elect to go elsewhere. We're not going to chase anybody off. That's not our intent. But we certainly hope to create a different golf club experience than what's been here previously." Evans said the club will still be open to women and minorities. "Absolutely," Evans said.