Twin Lakes-Oaks Course Reviews

6201 Union Mill Road Clifton, VA 20124
Average Rating: 
3.6
 of 5.0  
Based on 7 member reviews
Average Cost: $43.00        
2 member(s) paid on avg $43.00
Twin Lakes-Oaks Course is a public golf course that features 18 holes of fine golf in Fairfax County. This par 71 golf club is located in Clifton, VA. We offer Twin Lakes-Oaks Course Tee Times for this course below.
Par: 71 Holes: 18
Phone: 703.631.9372
Website: Twin Lakes-Oaks Course
Range: Grass
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Twin Lakes-Oaks Course Reviews

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Twin Lakes-Oaks Course Reviews ~ ( 7 )




Arlington, VA
134 Reviews
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3.0 out of 5.0
  Cost: $56
The Oaks was a bit frayed due to the lack of water. Several fairways were in distress as were a number of greens. Unless you're a Fairfax County resident and/or willing to spring for a multiple player pass, this course is not worth the $56 we had to pay to play during the week. So, there's really no need to write reviews of this course as they have plenty of county residents willing to fill it up regardless of current conditions.

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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, longer, tighter, thicker & deeper rough, and more vertical with a lot more doglegs. The Oaks is a real course especially when the grass is decent, though they both can get outrageously hot and humid in the summer. The Lakes is a much lower-level degree of stress for 18 holes with the occasional "chippy" hole thrown in to keep you awake, basically just a good chance to get out and walk around and hit balls...the Oaks is 18 holes of "...it's on, baby!" strap in and have fun

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Centreville, VA
27 Reviews
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3.0 out of 5.0
I'm a life long Fairfax County resident and it seems like all of the courses hire poor staff to run there facilities. I guess they really don't care considering the county is assuring them they will get there paychecks. It's a shame because there are some really nice layouts but not worth the aggravation!

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Arlington, VA
58 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
Played the Oaks Course on Sunday, which was a last minute decision. Let me say this first - I have been playing Twin Lakes for about 8 years and have never had this happen before, ever. Review: Walked up to the Starters Booth, who are great people, and asked if I could get on the walk on list, told me sure and they would see if they could get me out. I was at the course at 10:30. Anyway, ran in and got myself something to eat and waited near the starters area, so I can hear if and when I play and get my ticket. About 20 mins into my wait, I hear my name being called, but its the Tee Coordinator? He says "Last Call for my name" I rush into the Pro Shop and tell them I have been outside waiting and now I got a last call? So the GM calls up to the Tee Coordinator and they get into a little argument. Anyway, I get my ticket, and head up to the Coordinator. This guy see me coming up to his booth and he comes out looking pissed and says - are you so and so? I tell him yes, and try to explain what happened. I'm holding my ticket, he grabs it out of my hand, pokes it with his pen and tells me get off the tee box and head down the fairway - You are late. I tell him to calm down, since he is red faced and upset. He just tells me to get going and walks back into the booth. Later, I see one of the Marshals and tell him the story and he surprised because most of these guys know me. So, after the round is done, I run into the GM or let's say he is looking for me. He asks what happen with my round, and I tell him it was good. He asks about the 1st tee and I tell him about the incident with the Tee Coordinator. He says - are you saying they did not hold those guys up and you did not tee off? This review is about some of the so called Volunteers who work at Twinlakes. I have known most of these "retired" people and they are all wonderful guys and gals. However, they got one bad apple who thinks he is god and can give a paying customer attitude, because of what?

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Potomac, MD
5 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
The Oaks course was in good shape for late March. It seems to be well taken care of and reasonably priced. It has a variety of par 4 holes and is walkable. It's a nice course, one of my local favorites.

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Arlington, VA
134 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
We have not played the Oaks Course in a while, and what were we thinking!?!?!? In contrast to my golf game,this course was in great shape in all respects-full and firm tee boxes, really good fairways to the end of the season, and great greens... although they continue to cut them long to keep up with the heavy usage. Golf and gas index from Arlington was $25, because we walked.

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Pimmit, VA
11 Reviews
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4.0 out of 5.0
This is a surprisingly good course, but overpriced for a muni. When I mentioned it the guy at the counter justified it by saying "it's cheaper than Westfields." This is no Westfields. Still, I enjoy playing here and there are some great holes.

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