Twin Rivers Golf Course
Twin Rivers Golf Course in Fall City, Wash. is located just 30 minutes outside of Seattle and offers one of the best values in the area. The player-friendly layout is a relatively short par 70 at just over 6,000 yards from the back tees. The course is ideal for beginners since the elevation changes aren't dramatic and the landscape is fairly open. You will still find challenges throughout the course though including strategically placed sand traps and the occasional water hazard. The tree-lined fairways are generous but the small greens require accuracy. The seventh is arguably the most challenging hole. This long par 4 plays into the wind with a green that slopes from left to right. Twin Rivers Golf Course finishes with a tough par 3 that features a multi-level green that makes putting quite the challenge.
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|Red (W)||70||4668 yards||65.8||104|
|Blue M: 68.3/111 W: 74.0/125||398||184||171||339||140||414||420||281||485||2832||344||396||133||583||513||179||408||218||468||3242||6074|
|White M: 66.3/109 W: 71.3/118||375||171||155||326||130||398||391||275||452||2673||301||364||100||503||475||146||366||181||454||2890||5563|
|Red M: 62.1/97 W: 66.3/109||300||145||108||284||114||341||296||220||395||2203||286||325||83||416||383||135||326||138||373||2465||4668|
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They’re replacing the tee box on #3!!!!!
Play here often, great course for practicing. Always have struggled keeping the course dry and the tee boxes in reasonable shape. You can tell they’re investing in getting the course ready for summer time, so that’s great to see!! Aerating greens next week I believe
Hidden Gem (really don't want to share)
I don't want everyone to start bombarding this course, so I write this review hesitantly... :)
It's a hidden gem that's incredibly well-kept. The fairways are gorgeous; the greens are 8/10 - rolls nicely; and the tee boxes are mostly good. Some tee boxes are bowled or have mats (which are really unnecessary in my opinion), which downgrade the look and feel of the course. But, I still love the course. Three water crossing holes; 3 holes along the river; and the mountains are picturesque in the background.
Great job Twin Rivers Crew!!!
Good ole' Twin Rivers.
First time playing here in a couple of year's. Course is in nice early spring condition. Fairway grass growing in nicely. Greens are in decent shape. A few putts may have wobbled offline due to some imperfections.
place not better
ok I do love the idea of the course, but year after year it goes DOWNHILL. tee boxes are a mud-pie so slip slide on nearly all of them and then greens that a total mess. Very bad. They need re-seeding and attention now. wow, so bad. wish the place was in better shape but basically unplayable if you want a fair conditioned round. really love the location, staff but wow, condition is a disaster right now.
if you insist
I already did this once.
How many times do I have to review this course before you stop sending this to me?
if you insist
I only did this because you wouldn't stop sending me emails until I did.
I hate being asked to review things or take surveys.
They are simply designed to get the answers the surveyor wants while lending legitimacy to the results by saying this is what the public is saying.
18 homes 18 bucks
Twin Rivers is a getaway for players. It’s cheap flat and not too challenging. The course was in great shape for January and no waiting!!!
Fast paced and fun
Early spring in Pacific Northwest, so some tee off areas were being worked on. Otherwise good to decent course, great value for your money. Staff is friendly , convenient parking. I am a beginner, so for me, this is a great course (since it’s not too hard) ... only lost a couple of balls ;).
A bit muddy post Christmas
Love the solitude of the course but most tee boxes were very muddy and a few had temporary mats in place.
Twin Rivers disappointing
Got a Golf now rate which was good. After very friendly check in went to range and was very disappointed as the balls dropped from the machine into the basket. Most of the balls were covered in dirt. Apparently they don’t wash them (even during none Covid time you would expect the balls to be clean). Netting was next to non existent. The place is just run down. They did blow the now present leaves off the playing area. Green were in bad repair but I understand it is first week of November but not sure they would be this bad if they weren’t bad during the regular part of the year. Just really disappointed. Needs some money invested to do some basic upkeep.
The course is OK as far as layout. It is flat so I would think they would have more bunkers to add some challenge and add some personality to it.
Terrible Condition, But Expected
Golf course was extremely muddy and in pretty bad shape. Hard to tee up in the tee box and keep your footing. "Fairways" had weeds and clover, and were half mud. Greens were patchy and rough. I only played to 13 because it was getting too muddy.
The good thing is I only paid $20 and I played 13 holes in 2 hours. There was nobody else there.