Auburn Golf
Auburn Arena
 

 Quick Facts
 Name  Auburn University Club
 Size  225 acres
 Holes  18
 Designer  Bill Bergin (1999)
 Course Rating  75.3
 Slope Rating  138 (Bermuda)
 
The Auburn University Club provides a championship golf course and first-class practice facilities. Located just minutes from the Auburn University campus, the AU Club is the official home of the Auburn Tiger golf teams. Located in what Golf Digest ranked No. 1 "Best Golf City in America" (Auburn-Opelika, 2005), Auburn University Club at Yarbrough Farms features a 12,000 square foot clubhouse, pool and tennis facilities.
 
The 18-hole, 7326 yard championship golf course is situated on 225 acres of beautiful rolling hills and woodlands. Designed by Bill Bergin in 1999, the course surrounds the 25-acre Yarbrough Lake and is partly bordered by Saugahatchee Creek. It has a course rating of 75.3 with a slope rating of 138 on Bermuda grass.
 
It offers a 22-acre practice facility featuring a range of nearly 400 yards. Tees are located at both ends to allow players to train in a variety of wind conditions. The new 8,300 square-foot Jack Key Golf Teaching Facility at the North end of the range features three indoor hitting bays, lounge and locker rooms, club repair and video analysis. It also offers a unique situation practice area, so shots may be recreated and played onto actual greens from every conceivable lie.
 
The Auburn golf teams also have privileges at the Grand National Lake Course, Grand National Links Course, Farm Links, Auburn Links, Moore's Mill Golf Club, Indian Pines and Saugahatchee Country Club.