Rio Pinar Country Club


Rio Pinar

The tradition-rich Rio Pinar Country Club serves as home course for the UCF men's golf program, including the annnual UCF/Rio Pinar Intercollegiate, featuring some of the nation's strongest college players.

Boasting over 50 years, Rio Pinar was first designed in 1957 by Mark Mahanna and features a competitive tree-lined course showcasing several large Florida oaks. With 43 bunkers and a winding canal which runs through five holes, Rio Pinar provides 6,978 yards of challenging championship golf.

From 1966-78, Rio Pinar staged 17 PGA and LPGA championship events, including the annual Florida Citrus Open. Golf icons such as Arnold Palmer, Lee Trevino, Hale Irwin and Gary Koch are former winners of the event. Following the 1978 event, the course hosted the Ladies Citrus Classic from 1978-81, an LPGA Tour event.

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