Twin Lakes-Lakes Course Reviews

6201 Union Mill Road Clifton, VA 20124
Average Rating: 
4.0
 of 5.0  
Based on 6 member reviews
Average Cost: $40.50        
2 member(s) paid on avg $40.50
Twin Lakes-Lakes Course is a public golf course that features 18 holes of fine golf in Fairfax County. This par 73 golf club is located in Clifton, VA. We offer Twin Lakes-Lakes Course Tee Times for this course below.
Par: 73 Holes: 18
Phone: 703.631.9372
Website: Twin Lakes-Lakes Course
Range: Grass
Courses Near By:
Twin Lakes-Oaks Course... ~ 0 miles, Virginia Golf Center an... ~ 1 miles,

Twin Lakes-Lakes Course Reviews

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Twin Lakes-Lakes Course Reviews ~ ( 6 )




Washington, DC
7 Reviews
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3.0 out of 5.0
  Cost: $30
...5 hours of beating the crap out of a golf ball or two. The Lakes is a *very* wide-open hitter's course with a few patches of long rough tucked away that you don't have to work too hard to avoid. Its main characteristic is that it's long, straight and open, a bomber's course. The only thing that makes it hard is the tendency to hook or slice a ball that you're trying to crush out the 400+ yards of fairway (or 225yards of par3) sitting in front of you, and the craftily-placed hazards that cross the fairway from time to time. The lake comes into play mainly in that regard, as a penalty for a hooked or sliced shot. Fun but almost too easy if you have any real distance and control in your bag and without a doubt a lot of work if you don't.

The Oaks is basically the same but much tighter and more vertical.

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Arlington, VA
134 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
Lakes Course was in its usual excellent condition.

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Bellevue, VA
5 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
Played the Lakes Wednesday afternoon. Light rain for the first hole and a half, then just cloudy and cool. Course is in good shape, fairways and greens held up well this year. We saw more deer than golfers out there, and finished in 3 hrs. 10 min. Good value for weekday afternoon round.

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Annandale, VA
2 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
good condition

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Springfield, VA
16 Reviews
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5.0 out of 5.0
Greens are in excellent condition, but putts are slow because greens are cut high for durability. Saw small deer.

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Mc Lean, VA
9 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
  Cost: $51
This is a course locals attend for its admirable qualities other than the quality of golf. The grounds have a history that the seniors which frequent Twin Lakes look forward to reminisce on when they arrive. The course was remodeled a couple of decades after it was built, and besides a few other courses, was up until 10+ years ago was the only decent enough regulation course anyone could really play on. The Lakes is the more old-fashioned of the two and features a more traditional design still kept post-reconstruction. It is one of the better Fairfax County courses, this, the Oaks course on the same property and Laurel Hill, are the Top Three. The greens are very receptive, especially after a dry spell, but the grounds tend to hold water for a while after precipitation. The staff are the same people that play the course, so if aren't one of the group, you are a stranger, which is not necessarily a bad thing. The shop is well-sized, but lacks a selection of equipment, rather, focuses on the apparel, which most people do not need when they arrive. The shop lacks a selection of golf balls, making it up are the run of Titleist, senior-played Pinnacles, and a chest-full of used Golf balls, consisting of mostly Pinnacles and other bulk balls. The Range is quite good, the grass tees are open occasionally during the summer season. The practice green is okay, and the approach-shot area is basically a backyard cut patch with golf holes and pins. The green, however, does not feature practice holes, instead, the punch-in practice pins. The course quality is good when the weather cooperates, but I still feel they can lower the price. And as a warning, don't get spooked when the cart doesn't have a parking brake, it brakes automatically. The executives of the course must make a price compromise and make the cart included in the price for those needing the cart for a round of 18, although if you are up to it, the terrain is easily walkable.

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