Indian Pines Golf Course is an 18-hole public golf course located in Auburn, Alabama and adjacent Opelika, Alabama USA. In 2005 the course was cited by Golf Digest in their rating of Auburn as the "best golf city in America". It is a par 70 course measuring 6,310 yards with summer Tifdwarf bermuda grass and Poa Trivialis overseed in the winter. Indian Pines was originally constructed in 1946 as the Saugahatchee Country Club, a nine-hole course, with the first tournament being held July 4, 1947. The back nine holes, designed by Eddie Loos, were built in 1951.
In 1976, the course was sold to the cities of Auburn and Opelika, which have operated it as a municipal course since. The course was redesigned in 1999. After fire destroyed the old clubhouse, a new clubhouse was constructed in 2006. Indian Pines hosts the Indian Pines Invitational, an amateur event tournament drawing 200 participants and is the home course of the Auburn High School Tigers golf team.
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