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1400 Twining Rd
Dresher, PA  19025-1632
United States
P: (215) 659-9917
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Twining Valley Course

18 hole regulation length course

Municipal golf course

70 par | 5,916 yards | 116 slope

66.3 rating

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Twining Valley Golf Course

The 18-hole "Twining Valley" course at the Upper Dublin Golf & Fitness Club facility in Dresher, Pennsylvania features 5,916 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. The course rating is 66.3 and it has a slope rating of 116. Designed by Jock Mackenzie/(R) Hugh Reilly/Gardner Dickenson, the Twining Valley golf course opened in 1931. Hugh P. Reilly, Jr., PGA manages the course as the Golf Professional/Director of Golf.

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Time5am - 9pm
Price $0 - $500
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Reviewed July 26, 2013

This where my buddies and me sometimes okay.we only play great because we can play for like 12 dollars, and that's to walk after 430, during the week.if you want a reasonably priced fun to play golf course in the area, try pinecrest. It is a short ride up 202 by the home depot, after 1pm you can party for 21 dollars and takea cart for no extra charge, it is in good condition and they have great food.check it out.

Reviewed July 28, 2012

This course really really has the potential to be a fabulous course if it were maintained properly. As many of the reviews previously said, the fairways are exactly like concrete and the maintainance....well there isn't any so the rough is just overun grass mixed with weeds. However, the uniqueness of the holes is outstanding, many with water or carrys over some marsh. Really nice courses often don't have the quality of holes that are here, which is the real shame of it all. The course is definately challenging, not just because of the poor maintainance, but because of the holes themselves. The value, very good, $16 to walk twilight holiday is a deal. They do not have logo balls which is a disappointment. This course has it all except for the maintainance and typically could get an A rating, but because the conditions were so poor the rating is hurt dramatically. Overall rating B-.

Reviewed July 20, 2012

I recently played this course after work with a few of the guys I work with. I read all the reviews so that I wouldnt be shocked when I got here. First off, the fairways are hard as a rock. You'll probably gain an extra 30 yards on drives just because of the ground roll. The rough was basically overgrown weeds and really tall grass. Good luck finding your ball in that stuff. The greens were the slowest Ive ever seen. For a 15 ft putt you should not be swinging like your hitting a 30 footer. The one nice thing with the greens being super slow is that pitching on them is nice if you hit a little hard. The tee boxes are sometimes fake grass but most of time rock hard ground. Im a big guy and I had trouble grounding the tee on some of the holes. The one bright thing about the course is that it is cheap and they are very lax about the rules (if there are any). Also, the 15th hole is actually very nice. They took a lot of time and effort it looks like in making that one up. Too bad the course conditions didnt get more attention. I give it one star because I dont think that Ill go back there for the price of $22 at twilight. I can pay $10 more and get a course that is 50x better.

Reviewed July 17, 2011

Wow,i guess i should of read these reviews before i played this course.The course is in bad shape. Fairways are like cement. Sand in
some of the bunkers. Good luck trying to get your tees in the ground.
I've played there before,seems like they are not doing much to care for this course.They still charge you full price through.

Reviewed July 03, 2010

Reviewed August 23, 2008

Greens were in good shape, but fairways play like asphalt. Traps were even worse. Back nine better than front - good thing is that people know it's in bad shape so you can easily get a tee time the day before. Plays short and easy except for the crazy bounces you get from the "grass".

Reviewed June 30, 2008

Played here last Monday and course conditions were terrible. Most fairways were so dried out it was like trying to hit off the concrete!! Your only real chance at hitting a clean shot was to hope your ball sat up enough in the rough to get under the ball. Even the rough in most places is ridiculously long. You could lose a dozen + balls here without batting an eye.
On the positive side it's cheap to play. Greens fees on Mondays are 29.95 with hot dog & soda at the turn. Some of the greens have been maintained nicely. On the whole, it was a bad experience and I will not return.

Reviewed June 14, 2008

Pass. Course should be half the price. I paid 30 bucks to ride after 4:00 which is ridiculous for what you have to put up with here. Some parts are simply crap. Good luck finding your ball among the unmown clover. Drive a little more and play someplace much nicer for about the same price.

Reviewed December 07, 2007

I hate this place. My friend always wants to play it because it is close to his house. After every round I swear I will not be back, buut find myself playing it a lot. Cart paths start and stop randomly. The maintenance is non-existant. I do like the sid eos the course across the street. The par 5 13th is a challenging hole.

Reviewed September 27, 2007

A challenging course for a novice golfer with some fairly tight fairways and elevated greens. Unfortunately, the greens were being aerated, so were not in the best playing condition. Didn't like the numerous driving range balls abandoned on the 4th fairway - makes it harder to find your own ball and suggests that you are liable to be hit by a stray ball from the range. An undulating course - a cart is a must unless you enjoy hill walking. Overall, reasonably priced, the course is a good option that adds variety to the budget golfers itinery.

Reviewed September 16, 2007

I've played this course twice, once in 2001 and again a few weeks ago and I noticed a bit of a difference. Holes had changed a little bit and the upkeep seems to have gone down as well. The course is still pretty good for medium to low level players who need a good challenge or those who are tired of par 3 nine hole courses and want to step up.

Reviewed August 30, 2007

I have been golfing for the past three years, the for the most part i have been going to the Philly Public Courses. Going to Twining Valley was a treat for me, i have never been there and it is a good step up from the public courses in philly.

Reviewed August 10, 2007

What a badly run golf course! The course is in very bad condition. This was my first and last time to ever visit Twining Valley. The only good thing about the golf course is the price. Honestly, I would rather pay twice as much to play anywhere else. For anyone serious about golf, dont waste your time.

Reviewed August 02, 2007

It is true that the course could be better tended but it is cheap. The size of the course is good for players like me of medium or beginning skill. Getting my free round every month for being a fitness member at Twining is also something that makes the course worth playing.

Reviewed July 20, 2007

Reviewed July 09, 2007

I agree with DuckHook78. I lost my ball amongst the strays from the driving range that where all over the fairway on one of the holes. Plus there where was more then one group going to random holes that appeared to be open.

Reviewed June 28, 2007

Great for beginners

For the past five years, I have known the course to NOT be under some kind of construction/repair. The price is cheap, but you get what you pay for here. Real short course. However, since it is not manicured it is very difficult. Lower handicappers should stay clear of this course. Excellent course for teaching people how to play, or improving your game.


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Rank Golfer Name Handicap Gross Net Date
1 Brian H. 29 49 20 09/10/09
2 kenneth N. N/A 58 58 08/20/09
3 Eric S. 25 88 63 11/02/07
4 Robert M. 25 90 65 07/27/11
5 Big D. 17 82 65 08/27/08
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About Upper Dublin Golf & Fitness Club, Twining Valley

Upper Dublin Golf & Fitness Club

Golf Only facility

40 tees driving range

18 regulation holes

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Course Staff

Hugh P. Reilly, Jr., PGA, Golf Professional/Director of Golf
Pat Reilly, Superintendent
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