You “raise” a golf course like you raise a family.
With our Centennial already in the rear view mirror, we here at Twin Lakes Country Club are focused straight ahead to see what our second century will hold.
Established in 1912, in the early days, Twin Lakes was known as Commodore Barry Country Club. Back then, the property stretched all the way to Lake Mary.
Our course architect, Leonard Macomber – designed several courses in this region. Mr. Macomber designed in the “Golden Age” of golf course architecture, when the characteristics you find here at Twin Lakes were the norm and not the exception. When fairways weren’t designed like freeways and greens were a true test of your short game. We thank him for leaving us this living, breathing legacy to the game “the way it was meant to be played.”
The property has undergone many changes over the years, but maintains its old-time feel.
What we were known for then is what we’re known for now:
- A golf course with exceptional, challenging small greens is still the gathering point for golfers of all skills and abilities.
- The Red Barn clubhouse and restaurant, our gathering point, was at one point an actual barn. We’re known as much for our food as we are our golf!
Pictures and news clippings throughout the building tell the story of the history of the facility.
Twin Lakes has been owned by the Cantwell family for over 30 years, with a commitment to a high-quality guest experience at an affordable price.
Our staff is led by our superintendent Matt Gronke. Since 1975, he has been responsible for our dream. Each day his staff improves the conditions of the course and their efforts keep the price affordable for every golfer.
Since 2001, Chad Cantwell has served as our Head Golf Professional and Director of the Twin Lakes Junior Golf Academy. His passion for the game and commitment to excellence guarantees that your time spent with us is enjoyable to you and personal to us.
We’re extremely proud of our Junior Golf Program, at over 150 members strong. The focal point of the program is our six-week instructional academy, as well as a scholarship program and season pass. Juniors at TLCC earn money for college while learning proper swing technique, rules, etiquette and playing the game of a lifetime.