Eighteen challenging holes are situated on a 200-acre site nestled along the Green River.
From the forward tees the course is 5,434 yards long. From the back tees it stretches out to over 6,314 yards. The Course is a Par 71 with a slope rating of 120 from the middle tees and 123 from the back tees. Over 20 bunkers, two ponds with fountains, and a waterfall will test your golfing skills on this well maintained facility.
Over the past several years, the golf course has undergone a complete transformation with the reconstruction of nine fairways, 15 greens and 17 tee boxes. The most recent renovation includes new greens on 1st and 10th holes.
The course was originally built in 1948 and purchased by the City of Auburn in 1968. It is operated by the City of Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation Department. All profits generated at the course go back into improvements for the course.
This medium short par 4 is a dogleg right layout. An OB fence lies well left of the fairway and trees line most of the right side. This green is sloped noticeably upward from front to back and has a hidden bunker guarding the left side. Try to stay below the pin. A putt from above the hole can be sneaky fast.
Longest par 4 on the course. Trees and an OB fence run the entire left side of this fairway. An OB fence is behind the green as well. The right side is lined with trees and two large fairway bunkers that are reachable for most players from the tee. A large undulating green features a lower tier in the back right portion which is protected by a deep greenside bunker.
Short but troublesome par 5. The fairway is guarded by two bunkers on both the right and left side which are reachable from the tee for most hitters. A large maple tree will also block the big hitters from trying to reach this green in two. Most players will be forced to lay-up on their second shot just short of a pond which protects the green. Your approach will carry over the pond which lines the entire front and left side of this green.
Straightaway medium length par 5. An OB fence and trees line the entire right side of this fairway and OB awaits long and left of the green as well. The fairway slopes slightly to the left where trees await and fairway bunkers will catch shots short and left of the green. The green is large from front to back and very undulating.
The "cliff hole" is a medium length par 4 with a stunning view from the tee. The drop in elevation from the tee to the fairway is over 60 feet on this sharp dogleg right. You may need to club down to avoid hitting your tee shot through the fairway and into one of the two bunkers that sit at the corner of the dogleg. The green is two tiered with a severe drop off to a right side pin placement.