Twin Lakes Golf Course Opens Its Fairways To Public


Twin Lakes Golf Course Opens Its Fairways To Public

FORT THOMAS, Ky. — Twin Lakes Golf Course has reopened its fairways to the public. The course has undergone extensive renovations over the last two years, following a change in ownership and management. The new owners have made significant capital investments to improve the golf course and overall experience for members and guests.

Twin Lakes’ new superintendent, Chris Brown, has implemented major improvements on the fairways and greens of both courses, including drainage installation, tree removal and re-grassing. Brown is also revamping the landscape and bunkers throughout the property. In addition to improving courses, Brown is managing an aggressive program to keep carts off wet fairways by monitoring weather conditions via real-time radar. The greens have been aerated to promote root growth and improve turf health.

“This is an exciting time at Twin Lakes,” said PGA Head Golf Professional Matt Brown. “The new ownership group is dedicated to making this one of the premier private golf clubs in northern Kentucky.”

Brown will manage all aspects of operations at Twin Lakes, including membership sales, public play promotions, tournaments and special events, as well as supervise a staff of PGA professionals who will provide individualized lessons for members

Twin Lakes Golf Course opens its fairways to public

By David C. Larkins, The Winnipeg Sun

Tuesday, May 10, 2011 4:10:02 EDT PM

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The Twin Lakes Golf Course in Headingley was once a private oasis for the rich and famous. It was closed to the public, with members including former NHL star Bobby Hull and comedian Tom Arnold.

But times have changed, according to course owner Randy Lumax.

“We used to be a private club,” said Lumax, who also owns Grand Beach Golf Links. “It’s been open to the public for over five years now.”

Lumax took over the golf course in 2009 and is working on turning it into a top-notch facility that welcomes all levels of players.

“I want it to go back to what it used to be,” he said of the 18-hole facility that opened in 1967. “There’s a lot of potential for this course.”

Lumax has also been renovating some of the course’s holes and adding new cart paths, trees and traps. In addition, he has a new fleet of carts that he’s been leasing out at $30 per round.

“It’s like having your own

Twin Lakes Golf Course, located in the heart of the North Shore and only a short drive from downtown Chicago, opens its fairways to the public for the first time ever.

In a surprise announcement, Twin Lakes Golf Course opened its fairways to the public for the first time ever on Tuesday. Located at 184 Waukegan Road in Glenview, IL, Twin Lakes offers golfers a challenging round of golf that is sure to test their skills.

“The course has been under construction since early 2014,” said Jeff Hockert, general manager of Twin Lakes Golf Course. “We are so excited to finally share this beautiful property with the community.”

Twin Lakes Golf Course was purchased by the Oakton Community College (OCC) Foundation in December 2013 and has been under renovation since that time. The course is now open seven days per week and offers weekday and weekend tee times as well as weekly specials and discounts.

For more information about Twin Lakes Golf Course, visit their website at http://www.twinlakesgolfcourse.org or call (847) 635-7980.

Twin Lakes Golf Course, which has closed to the public for most of its 66-year history, will open its fairways to non-members for the first time in decades starting Monday.

The scenic course near San Jose is offering play to the public at $65 a round, compared with $90 for members.

Owner John Felice, who bought the course in 2005, said the changes are part of an effort to bring more business to Twin Lakes and make it more competitive with other area courses. He’s also hired a new general manager and pro shop manager and hopes to start a junior program for young golfers.

“I’ve been looking for ways to improve every aspect of the club,” Felice said. “It’s been a gradual process.”

Twin Lakes, off Highway 17 near Summit Road, was built by Italian stonemasons in 1939 and is known for its gorgeous scenery (with water on 13 holes) and hilly terrain. The original nine holes were designed by Warren Cantrell; Joe Finger did the second nine in 1968.

Felice bought Twin Lakes as part of a group that included former San Francisco 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr., former team executive Carmen Policy and NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon. But Felice

After a long, cold winter Twin Lakes Golf Course is open to the public. Willow Creek Golf Course will be opening at the beginning of June.

Twin Lakes Golf Course is a great place to play. It has a fun atmosphere and friendly staff. The course has been recently renovated by John Doe and it is looking better than ever! With new greens and fairways to play on, you won’t want to miss out on this opportunity!

The course offers a variety of levels for golfers of all skill sets. There are two courses available: the executive nine-hole course which plays around 1,650 yards with par 30 and full 18-hole course that plays around 6,600 yards with par 71. Both courses are challenging but fun!

Twin Lakes Golf Course, the private course for Queen’s University students and faculty, is undergoing a major revamp.

In the spring of 2019, a new general manager was hired to oversee both the course and the restaurant. The restaurant has been renovated with a new menu, offering indoor and patio dining. The course has improved its maintenance practices and added a new fleet of golf carts. Membership fees have also been reduced to allow more access to the general public.

The changes at Twin Lakes were announced in a press conference at Clubhouse on Thursday morning.

Twin Lakes Golf Course has been in business for over 50 years. We pride ourselves on our commitment to the local community and are excited to announce our new changes!

Twin Lakes Golf Course is now open to the public as of May 25th, 2017. Ownership has decided it is time to transition from a private club course to an open public course. The Twin Lakes owners want to say thank you for your loyalty and support over the past 50 years.

Twin Lakes offers a unique experience for all golfers by providing great value, challenging play and excellent conditions that appeal to golfers of all levels.

These new changes will allow us to provide more opportunities for golfing at Twin Lakes as well as increased revenue for maintenance and upkeep of the course.


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