Saugahatchee Country Club was the home of the 2017 Alabama Golf Association State Four-Ball Championship
and is the future home of the AGA State Amateur Championship in 2020.
The most popular facility at Saugahatchee is our 18 hole, par 72 golf course which was ranked one of the top five
in the state by Golf Digest and reported by The Columbus Ledger Enquirer as having four of the best eighteen holes
in the Chattahoochee Valley. Our Ward Northrup designed championship course spans 7,040 yards from the back tees
with a rating of 73.7 and slope rating of 133. With a tee time always readily available to Members and their guests,
our course is open six days a week year-round for Member play.
Many events dot the calendar throughout the year for men, women, and juniors. We regularly host tournaments for men
and women golfers which are known as some of the best organized and entertaining competitions in the state.
Other events including Member-Member, Member-Guest, and couples events are offered from early spring through late fall.
Our PGA Golf Professionals and staff see that all operations at our course run professionally. Along with one-on-one and
group instructions, we offer an active and diverse junior program led by a PGA Golf Instructor.
Services offered include men’s and women’s locker rooms, bag storage, practice range and greens, new electric golf cart fleet,
golf club repair, and lessons and clinics for all ages (beginning at 4 years old) and skill levels.
At Saugahatchee Country Club our Members deserve the best – and we deliver through offering the most
respected and awarded instructors in the area:
Mike Voyles, Tennis Professional, was inducted into the Alabama Tennis Hall of Fame in 2010 and was named
Alabama Tennis Professional of the Year 2000. After retiring from Opelika Parks & Recreation, Voyles
continues to teach 6 days a week to a huge following of tennis enthusiasts.