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Baton Rouge Open Invitational

For the former Nationwide Tour event, see Baton Rouge Open (Nationwide Tour event).

The Baton Rouge Open Invitational, first played as The Baton Rouge Open, was a PGA Tour event that was played in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in the 1950s and early 1960s. It was played at the Baton Rouge Country Club every year except 1961; that year course renovations were taking place and the event was played at Sherwood Forest Country Club. The Baton Rouge Country Club's par-72, 18-hole "Baton Rouge" course was designed by Joseph S. Finger and opened in 1916.[1]

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