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Auburn Hills Golf Course
443 S. 135th St. West
Wichita, KS 67235
(316) 219-9700


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The Auburn Hills project was approved by the Wichita City Council in December 1996. Construction on the course began in the fall of 1998, with the course completed in the fall of 2000. The clubhouse was started in 2000 and completed in early 2001.

The course represents a public/private partnership, with the planned development of nearly 800 houses surrounding the course.

The course was designed by Dye Designs, International, based in Denver, Colorado. The company is lead by Perry Dye, who spearheaded the design work at Auburn Hills. The third generation firm has designed over 200 courses throughout the world.

What can be found at this golf course...

o   52 sand traps, 14 lakes

o   full-service clubhouse with banquet facilities available - seats 150

o   full-service Pro Shop, club repair, teaching available, 30 station driving range with target greens

o   soft spikes only allowed

o   the golf course has 5 sets of tees per hole to offer everyone an opportunity to play to their skill levels

o   the golf course is one of the best municipal golf courses in the mid west.

o   Bentgrass Greens, average 7500 sq ft., Zoysia tees and fairways with fescue rough.

o   major tournaments and golf outings are welcomed.

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Mr. Troy Hendricks,
PGA Golf Professional, Manager
(316) 219-9700

Mr. Ron Mosher
Golf Course Superintendent


Auburn Hills Clubhouse
The Auburn Hills clubhouse features a bar and grill area, a full service Pro shop, and a large driving range. The clubhouse design also includes a large community room which is available for neighborhood meetings, as well as banquets and receptions. In addition, there are two practice greens and a practice bunker.