Nestled in western Montgomery County, Twin Ponds Golf Course is one of PA's best kept secrets. At 5,646 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70, the course features seven water holes and many well-bunkered undulating greens which will challenge even the best golfers yet satisfy golfers of all abilities. It has a course rating is 65.5 and a slope rating of 111.
Twin Ponds is celebrating their 50th anniversary this year. The course opened in 1963 when Donald Hoffman converted his farm acreage into a golf course. His plan was simple... Be nice to those who walk in the front door, provide them a course that’s worth every cent they paid to play it, and always be grateful they did.
Hoffman passed away in 2010, but his legacy is carried out by his family who still owns and operates the course according to his original vision and standards.
The first thing people usually comment on when talking about Twin Ponds is how well the course is maintained. The family strives to keep the greens, fairways, and everything else in tip-top shape. I am always personally amazed by the greens especially... Usually they are nicer than courses that have double the greens fees. This is just one aspect that I find remarkable.
Truth be told, the course is rather "old school." This comes as welcomed change-of-pace compared to the new wave of golf courses. Sure, you have to pay cash at the register, but it's a lot less than you might expect.
Twin Ponds has a new Friday special where two players can play 18 with a cart after 3pm for just $40 (or walk for $35). That's unheard of!
For more information check out their website or call 610.369.1901... You'll be glad you did!