Twin Run Golf Course
Twin Run Golf Course is a municipal course in Hamilton, recognized for being the third best city in Ohio for golf, and one of the top 100 in the country. The course is popular for its affordable rates and the challenging but playable layout. At just over 6,500 yards from the back tees, it is not an overly long course but it offers some fairly difficult holes. The fairways are very player friendly though, providing some room for error, but accuracy should still be a priority. The layout is diverse enough to appeal to a wide range of skill levels. It is not too intimidating for beginners but it's still a fun round for better players. Twin Run G.C. is known for being one of the area's best values, especially when you take into account the excellent conditions on the greens and fairways.
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|White M: 63.9/105 W: 67.9/111||345||383||130||250||125||439||338||265||365||2640||165||395||251||101||370||291||155||260||297||2285||4925|
just now starting to aerate course. but other than that, was a really nice day.
Well taken care of course
Impressed with course condition and layout, especially for price. Amenities were lacking. There is a point where holes overlap that has no signs and is confusing. Couple spots become complicated at one point I was lining up a wedge shot to the green maybe a 10 yard shot and I had guys asking me to move because I was about 5 yards from ladies tees of a different hole. One that’s way to close to put a tee box and green, two my major complaint wasn’t pace of play it was the people. What are grown men doing on ladies tees, who talks to someone lining up shot (I was on my hole not there’s). Also somebody I don’t think was staff but was driving around in a cart selling chips, drove by at least 4 times while teeing off, would drive by talking while I was trying to tee off, even hit our golf cart when it was parked and my daughter was in it. It’s a shame, good course but I’ll probably never go back because of the people, not staff the other players. I’m not from the area so maybe its normal but I play to enjoy myself and I found myself angry and irritated at rude people all day. It’s a shame. Also Carts in Fairways only was weird.
Don’t be in a hurry!
Played 3 holes in one hour on back nine. No offense but old men taking too much time for each hole. Must be wanna be pros I strongly suggest not making tee time until 12 we thought we were safe at 1030 no way!!
Don’t pick the wrong day to be in a hurry!
Course in great condition but slow play as usual! Rangers don’t enforce slow play or two ball players
Slow pace but good course
Playing early requires patience. A lot of groups with standing tee times
The course was in great shape.a good time with friends.The only thing was concession.our lunch was served on bread that was about 10 days Old!! If your going to serve food, it should be on fresh Bread!!
nice course! forgiving fairways, fast greens. really enjoyed both course and great weather today!
cart path really bumpy in places.
Slow & Over booked
Way too many foursomes, saw two foursomes waiting to tee off on #10 when I was walking into the clubhouse. Had 2 foursomes waiting to tee off on #1 5 minutes before my tee time (behind both foursomes). Just awful and walked away, left the course and didn’t even get off the tee.
The course was in good shape.
Play was good. We did not have to wait. And the course was in good shape. We enjoyed our day .
Slow but good round
Course was in excellent condition considering all rain we’ve had. Slow pace but everyone trying to play before next rain chance.
Simple and Playable
This course won't blow you away with any gorgeous scenery. Twin Run offers a fun round of golf available at more than fair prices. Fairways are decently kept. All greens are circle cut, but offer different elevations and hole placement to make up for the lack of creativity in the shaping. Most fairways are straighaways, a few dog legs. Not too many trees to lose your ball in but it does require some escape shots for golfers who slice or hook the ball. The tees are long compared to what I was used to, making long hitting a must.