The three nines which are named Luna, Stella, and Sole are quite similar. Luna has water on seven of the nine holes and starts with a challenging uphill par 4 protected by two bunkers – one of which is a deep pot bunker. Two interesting par 3’s – the 5th requires an accurate tee shot to a narrow green protected by a large bunker and the downhill 7th has plenty of hazards waiting to catch the errant tee shot. A very tough finish as the final hole is a par 5 which is fraught with danger all the way to the green.
The Stella course has a plenty of water and you will often have to either carry a hazards off the tee or have a creek or canal protecting the green. After a relatively simple start the course gets longer and more difficult. Although this nine has only one par 3 it’s a memorable hole with a daunting tee shot to a green with water on three sides. This is followed by a par 5 with water all the way to the green and the 7th is a drivable par 4 for the long hitter. Another tough finishing hole with numerous fairway bunkers and water in front of the green.
The Sole course is possibly the easiest course with less water than the other two but don’t get complacent as plenty of dangers lurk. The par 3, 3rd requires a tee shot over water to a green protected by a large bunker. The 6th is another testing hole with water and bunkers in play most of the way to the green and the 7th is a 600 yards par 5 off the back tees. Yet another tough finish with a par 5 starting with a long carry over water and then a daunting approach into a protected green.
Excellent clubhouse and locker facilities with a restaurant offering a range of cuisine but specialising in Korean delicacies.
Tee Time Bookings at Twin Doves Golf Club
This is a private members club so not that easy to get a tee time but we have excellent connections with the golf course and we can help you book at discounted rates.