Twin Pines Country Club
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I played the front 9 in continuous rain and had such a great time the Sun must have decided to reward me on the back 9 with zero rain. Even through the conditions I could not be more pleased with this track. Twin Pines rewards course management and good shots but will take your lunch money on poor ones. This is a golfer's golf course and the love for the game is written all over it. Also the GM( I'm assuming) was incredibly helpful and welcoming.
Course is in good shape. Local knowledge is necessary to play this course well. Greens are very difficult to play. Lots of undulations and extremely difficult pin placements. Lots of water and trees to avoid. The Course owner was very nice to me.
Great course for the hot deal
Got to play this course for about $12. Great course for the money. Nice layout also
Good course, friendly staff
Had a great time playing Twin Pines! Enjoyed the course (the greens are bent grass and are challenging) and appreciated the warm welcome we received from staff.
We played in some cold weather, but the course was in good shape considering the recent rain and cold weather. Challenging course on some holes and scenic views on others. Cart paths could use some work, but overall enjoyed playing here very much.
Hope to be back when weather warms a little!
Great folks, great value
Played here with my son and two grandchildren. It was cold and windy, but the course was in good shape and the staff were warm and friendly. Will return when next in the area.
Fun course to play
Played here a few times. The course has nice greens, bent. The course is a par 71 and is a little on the short side but still has challenges. Several holes you have to lay up on because of water in front of the greens. Good value for the buck.
The first couple of holes lacked character, but then things changed. The rest of the way had interesting holes and was in reasonably good shape. It was an excellent value for the money. No sand traps and fairly open made it an easy track, although there was plenty of water.
I love Twin Pines
As stated above, I love Twin Pines! It is a nice cozy course set in Littleville, AL and it is worth the play! Greens are kept very nice and the layout of the course is great. I will definitely be back to Twin Pines
The course is groomed very well. Very challenging with the water greens were very nice. Had a pleasant day.
If you go to this course during the week before 11:30, it is one of the best value courses in the area. You can play 9 for 14.50 or 18 for $30. The course is well worth that as it is in good condition. The only thing that is lacking is the cart path which can be quite rough in some spots. However, that is a small problem when you play a solid course at a great price. The course is not extremely difficult but it is not too easy that it doesn't challenge you either. If you're in the area and want something different than the RTJ trail one of your days, I would highly recommend.
The course was a bit wet therefore cart path only. Interesting and fun layout. Some hidden water .... not good for a first time (holes 3 and 11) Enjoyed the course and Im sure it is a fun course when dry.