Twin Hills Country Club

Route 31, Coventry, Ct.

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Architect: Mike McDermott, George McDermott

Terrain: Parkland

Type of Course: Public

Driving Range: No

Club Pro: Eric DeStefano

Dining Options: Grill and Sandwiches

Year Opened: 1971

Green Fee: flag in holeflag in hole

Par: 71

Lodging: No

Tel: 860-742-9705

Rating: 4.8. From 1 vote.
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Snapshots

It doesn’t feel hard, but it will smack you around if you’re not careful


Numerous go-for-it / layup scenarios off the tee and on subsequent shots


Holes blend very well together from both a routing and difficulty standpoint


Demonic 7th hole has a 90-degree dogleg and requires a long tee shot through a chute just to see the green


Imaginative and compact use of land and terrain on the three sporty holes that start the back 9


Mastering the angles of this tricky layout is a prerequisite for success


Putts can be more difficult to read than James Joyce


Scorecard

Tee Station Yardage Slope Par Rating
Blue 6365 121 69.3
White 5992 117 68.0
Red 5249 116 69.5

Beyond The White Stakes

Brewskies The Bidwell Tavern & Café, Pub (5.8 miles)
Fine Dining Francesca’s Italian Bistro Italian  (5.8 miles)
Worth a Detour Nathan Hale Homestead (3.4 miles)
Splash! Coventry Lake (4.9 miles)
Native Nathan Hale, Continental Army Revolutionary War Hero

Pros:

  • Burgers at the turn
  • Excellent routing
  • Great for walking

Cons:

  • Both 9 and particularly 18 are anticlimactic

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Pricing

  • Weekdays:
    • Walking $35, Cart $48
  • Friday. Saturday, Sunday, Holidays
    • Walking $40, Cart $55

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One Comment

  1. John Mancini September 8, 2016 at 10:09 am

    A family-owned golf course that is a pleasure to play. Very friendly people make you feel at home. The course is very well maintained from tee to green. Don’t let the wide fairways fool you…the greens will test your putter.

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