2924 E. Orvilla Road,
Hatfield, PA 19440
About Twin Woods
Golf Course Description:
Twin Woods is a nine-hole regulation public golf course featuring 3,062 challenging yards, two par-3s, two par-5s, bunkers, a pond, a stream and 5 doglegs. There are at least two tee boxes for every hole to offer golfers a variety of distances to the greens.
Our course is rated at 35.0 from the rear tees and 36.2 from the forward tees. The slope rating is 117 from the rear tees and 115 from the forward tees.
Also, there is a putting/chipping practice green and a driving net (see photo) for customers who want to warm up before playing. The practice area is used for golf lessons and for others who want to reserve half-hour sessions for a modest fee.
Our Pro Shop offers a variety of golfing supplies and merchandise for sale, golf club rentals and a snack bar.
The merchandise includes new and used golf balls, golf gloves, tees, towels, caps and shirts.
To order one or more Twin Woods logo caps online, click here.
Snack bar items include soft drinks, candy, crackers and hot dogs. Box lunches that include a sub sandwich and a soft drink can be ordered in advance and will be ready when you finish your round.
Drinks also may be purchased at vending machines in the gazebo and behind green #3.
Golfers may rent riding carts or pull carts in addition to their green fees.
Keys for riding carts are available in the Pro Shop and the carts can be driven to the parking lot to load your golf equipment. Riding carts and keys must be returned to the Pro Shop.
Pull carts are located under the car port in the parking lot and must be returned to the car port after your round.
Cart rentals are: $2 per person for a pull cart, $10 for an electric cart for 9 holes; $3 per person for a pull cart, $15 for an electric cart for 18 holes.
Play 13 Discount Card:
Twin Woods offers a discounted fee for golfers who purchase our "Play 13" card for $195.
This credit-card size card provides 13 nine-hole rounds during weekdays.
To order one or more "Play 13" cards online, click here.
Here are the card rules:
- The card offers 13 nine-hole rounds of golf.
Gift certificates for any amount can be purchased in our Pro Shop or online.
To order a gift certificate online, click here. We will promptly authorize the gift certificate and mail it to you within five business days.
If you want to mail us your order, click the blue text below to retrieve and print a blank gift certificate. Fill out the blank certificate and mail it to us with your check and a self-addressed and stamped envelope. Our address is Twin Woods Golf Course, 2924 E. Orvilla Road, Hatfield, PA 19440. We will promptly authorize the gift certificate and mail it back to you within five business days in the envelope you provide. Click here to retrieve a blank gift certificate.
Course Rules and Etiquette:
A full set of course rules and etiquette, as well as out-of-bounds restrictions, is available by selecting the Course Rules button in the left column. This information also is printed on all scorecards.
The primary reason for these rules is for YOUR SAFETY and the SAFETY OF OTHERS on the golf course.
Golf lessons are available with Gary Rodgers, the PGA golf professional at Twin Woods.
History of Twin Woods:
The Carvolth family moved to Hatfield in 1935 and settled on a 40-acre farm on East Orvilla Road.
After years of hobby farming, Bill decided with his father to build a golf course on the family's farm. This was an easy decision because it was difficult to get a quality yield of crops on the land.
Bill, an avid golfer, had a hard time getting out to play the game he loved because, in those times, there were few public golf courses. The courses in the area would be backed up, making it difficult and frustrating to get a round in.
So, over three years Bill and his father worked tirelessly on the weekends and whenever they had time to build Twin Woods Golf Course.
In 1962 the golf course opened as a 9-hole daily-fee facility. In the early 1980s an automated irrigation system was installed for the greens and tees.
Betty Johnston, sister of Bill, owns the golf course.