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320 Twin Oaks Rd
Statesville, NC  28625-6447
United States
P: (704) 872-3979
F: (704) 872-2010
Twin Oaks Course

18 hole regulation length course

Public golf course

72 par | 6,368 yards | 112 slope

69.2 rating

Twin Oaks Golf Course

The 18-hole "Twin Oaks" course at the Twin Oaks Golf Club facility in Statesville, North Carolina features 6,368 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 69.2 and it has a slope rating of 112. Twin Oaks golf course opened in 1980. Chad Odom, PGA manages the course as the Co-Owner.

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed December 30, 2011

Ok, I played Monday Dec 26th. I came up from Mooresville with some buddies of mine because it was so cheap. There are some really generous comments made on this site. I have never in my life putted on greens this bad. This course is not a good value for golfers because it's not golf. This course is not even playable. There is nothing that can be done to help these greens other than blowing them up. Don't waste your time or money.

Reviewed December 26, 2011

I've played Twin Oaks probably 20-30 times within the past 9 years. I continue to say that the course has potential and with a new partner, hopefully more money can be put into the course and made to really stand out. The greens are finally starting to heal up after who-knows-what happened to them about three years ago. They are still sort of beat up, but in much better shape. The fairways are still spotty but they are challenging. I've never had a problem with the clubhouse, but I can't say they leave you smiling after leaving. For the price, like many have said, you can't beat it if you're an average golfer.

Reviewed August 20, 2011

The clubhouse is clean, and has cool beverages and tables. The tees, rough, fairways, and greens were all cut nicely. Although several fairways appeared to have not been cut as frequently as they should have, as evidenced by the amount of clipping piled around. The greens need attention, every green had a mixture of grasses to a large extent. The sand traps were clean of grasses and groomed.

Reviewed July 31, 2010

I have played a lot of "value" golf courses but this is the sorriest place that I have ever seen. There are literally 1/2" gaps in the sod on the greens. Where there are grass on the greens it is covered with weeds. There is dried up mud holes on some greens. Large clumps of cut grass left everywhere, the worst being around the edges of the greens, where they waited way too long to mow the grass. This course has a lot of potential but they need to invest some money to fix there course and hire someone who knows what the heck they are doing.

Reviewed May 11, 2010

Course layout is difficult with some evil left handed doglegs and greens that have tricky approach shots. Many of the fairways have patches of clover that swallow balls left and right and leave no distinction between the fairway and rough. Almost every green has rather patchy sandy edges that could use some work. Course has gotten better in recent years and if they plant some real grass to defy the fairways a bit more and fixed the greens it has potential to be a good intermediate course to play on.

Reviewed December 26, 2008

Well like i tried out twin oaks today. The driving range was cheap. And the golf wasn't bad what really made me not want to go back to twin oaks in the fact that there greens suck its like putting on carpet. Besides that it was alright. The lady was really nice. "BUT FIX YOUR GREENS"

Reviewed July 03, 2008

Reviewed June 01, 2008

I Have played Twin Oaks about 5 times , and I think that for the amount of money that you are spending you are getting a really nice golf course . i have played the more costly courses in lake Norman area and Twin Oaks is one of the most fun , I would recommind this golf course to any new golfer who is just started taking up golf . Really Friendly people .. Not sure where the other person played at but thats not Twin Oaks .

Reviewed September 02, 2007

I've been playing for 4 months now, about every weekend and I've played Lakewood, Foxden, 3rd Creek, Rock Creek (Wilkesboro), and just this past weekend SiloRun (Boonville). After playing the others, I won't go back to Twin Oaks because of 1. the clover in the middle of the fairways, the non-friendly staff (they were not rude, just not friendly) and goose crap all over the greens.

Reviewed August 15, 2007

great course for learners

Reviewed July 30, 2007

i have played twin oaks for 15 years, and i hit my first iron in number1 fairway. i decided to test the water in statesville and went to lakewood. nobody greeted me, and nobody would acknowledge me. i also went to foxden, and was treated about the same way. an idiot behind the counter took my money and then started to give it back because i didn't have on a collared shirt, and he told me he would let me play today but to never come back without a collared shirt. i just left work and i didn't have time to show him the floor, the sun was going down. if i ever go back, it will be for free. the first time i walked in at twin oaks, patty said good morning to me. i have always been treated with respect and like i am one of the family. the workers at twin oaks lynn,roger,cecil,harold,patty, are the best people you will ever meet. this is coming from a hippie that shoots in the high 80's. the best all around course in statesville.

Reviewed June 30, 2007

Reviewed June 22, 2007

Reviewed May 07, 2007

Twin Oaks

Like the athelte with loads of potential, who never achieves. the price is right, but as in all of life you get what you pay for. The front nine was slow, because we were waiting for other groups, playing different holes, who were in our fairway. The fairways are too close together on the front. MOW THE FAIRWAYS! Abundant areas of clover make finding your ball in the fairway difficult if not impossible at times, not to metion playing your shot from these thick entanglements, unfair penalties for hitting a good shot. The greens were ok, understandable for their condition given the season, except for one which appeared as though the "new guy" must have mowed and left a couple of nasty 4 inch wide areas across the green.The biggest concern to us was that the yardage markers at the tee's and the the yardage on the scorecards were not even close on many holes so it was a guessing game. When I made the tee time the gentleman I spoke with was one of the nicest people I had the pleasure of speaking with, however at the club house (diiferent person) I felt like they were doing us a favor by letting us play there. This course will be a good value when it gets just a little TLC, and personality in all of the staff

Reviewed May 03, 2007

Great place to start!

I have been playing for almost one year now, and love playing at Twin Oaks. Having only played at 5 or six courses, and for less than a year, I can't comment too much on its difficulty (I still have yet to shoot under 95). But I can say that for the money, closeness to home, and for good clean fun... you can't beat the price! As far as customer service goes... ehhh, not the best, but I was never really looking for valet service or sponge baths. They seem to really try to keep the holes in shape and keeping their prices low. They even offer discount tee times on GolfNow.

Reviewed February 08, 2007

nice place for the price

we walk 9 holes on this course about every sunday afternoon and its always in good shape the greens and fairways are always cut neat and its a fun course and it always has the regulars on it thats what makes it so nice if you play it alot you'll surely make some new friends cuz the people are always nice and friendly

Reviewed January 27, 2007

Low cost decent golf

This course is priced for the working stiff. The clubhouse is decent and unlike the other reviewer I have had no problem withe the staff. This course does not use rangers or starters, but does have beverage service on the course, someting that most value (inexpensive) courses do not have. Yes there are several greens that have bad places and the view of the landfill is not the greatest one would wish, but what the heck. You are playing golf for under $30 so what do expect the Country Club.

Reviewed August 30, 2006

Reviewed August 27, 2006

not friendly

the fairways are pretty good .4 greens are in bad shape.the people that work behind the counter do not know what service means


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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Evan H. 17 47 30 03/10/08
2 brian S. N/A 44 44 01/29/13
3 Danny B. 33 95 62 10/31/10
4 Tim C. 19 86 67 05/31/09
5 kyle T. 11 80 69 06/21/07
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About Twin Oaks

Twin Oaks Golf Club

Golf Only facility

20 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Chad Odom, PGA, Co-Owner
Dickie Marsh, Co-Owner
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