- The par is 72. Gold Tees are 6627 yards with a slope of 129. Blue Tees are 6239 yards with a slope of 124. White Tees are 5573 yards with a slope of 113. Rio Pinar is a stately, mature course that hosted the Florida Citrus Open on the PGA Tour in the 1970s. Tall pines shade a number of dogleg fairways. The compact greens are in excellent shape and are receptive to approach shots. Traditional bunkering guards the greens and intrudes into a few fairways. This is a good solid course. The par-5s on the front nine are short; those on the back nine are longer. Most of the par-3s will have you hitting long irons. Mark Mahannah designed this course, and it was finished in 1959. This is a private golf course. Soft spikes only.
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