Twin Parks Country Club

Dripping Springs, Texas     2 courses · 36 holes     Driving directions

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-  +0 votes  + David EdmondsonPark Hill › November 18, 2010
A
Come pay a minute fee for camping and some golf and hang out with wonderful hosts. Watch out for herds of elk! It's situated on the edge of the Texas Hill Country. Lots of burly challenging shots. Have fun!
-  +0 votes  + David EdmondsonParkshire › November 18, 2010
A
Come pay a minute fee for camping and some golf and hang out with wonderful hosts. Watch out for herds of elk! It's situated on the edge of the Texas Hill Country. Lots of burly challenging shots. Have fun!
-  +0 votes  + Patrick PlazeParkshire › April 9, 2011
A
Nice private property country club course. The fairways are mowed short and the rough, left rough to punish bad shots. Nice place with 3 tees for each hole. They will deliver drinks to you on the course if you call the clubhouse. 10$ for non-members
-  +0 votes  + Nichola LandryPark Hill › June 2, 2011
A
I really love this course along with Parkshire!!
-  +0 votes  + Nichola LandryParkshire › June 2, 2011
A
awesome and simple course!
-  +2 votes  + Patrick PlazePark Hill › January 10, 2013
B-
Rough land, lots of scrub brush. Rough walk on the legs for sure
-  +0 votes  + Michael CarvalhoPark Hill › October 27, 2014
A+
-  +1 votes  + Jonny TPark Hill › June 30, 2015
F-
I give this course an F because I "Failed" to play all 18 holes. They had no maps of the course printed, the online map didn't actual correspond to the true layout of the course, and the guy behind the counter told us that not all the tee boxes were correctly numbered, and not all the baskets were correctly numbered. There is no way to find the holes! We left because we actually could not find the 10th tee. This course has a ton of potential, and I'd rate much higher if the owner would get his sh*t together.
-  +1 votes  + Jonny TParkshire › June 30, 2015
C
This course is slightly better marked than the Park Hill course, but it certainly does not live up to the "country club" appeal that it's going for. Most holes are wide open and not very technical.
-  +1 votes  + Tyler BPark Hill › June 30, 2015
F+
So much wasted potential. Horribly labeled holes. Dirty old signs left over from a tournament when the holes had different numbers. Shouldn't be called a 'country club' much less charge $10. The owner needs to visit a real country-club style course and see the difference. If they spent $50 on proper signage for the tee boxes and pins I'd give this a better score because some of the holes on this course are awesome.. after you find the damn basket.
-  +1 votes  + Tyler BParkshire › June 30, 2015
C-
This course was a bit easier to navigate than Park Hill, but not by much. We had help from other players. Unfortunately the guy in the 'country club' pro shop didn't know the first thing about disc golf nor photocopiers because they were out of maps. Get a printer please if you're gonna charge $10. Again like Park Hill, lots of wasted potential here. Not much of a reason to come out here when the public courses in Austin are better put together. Please get rid of the pro layout and give the 2 ...
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