Away from all the crowded parks and city life, Twin Parks Country Club is a place like no other. Twin Parks is a private alternative sports country club that boasts 2 outstanding disc golf courses, a great clubhouse with outstanding food, cold drinks, and plenty of games and activities to help every disc golfer unwind and recharge between rounds. This outstanding facility is also the site of a Disc Nation Pro Shop.
Every Monday night we hold a one round fun mini event on the Parkshire Course. If you sign up for the mini, your green fees are covered for the entire day. Check-in around 6pm for a 6:30pm tee off. The format is singles and players are broken up into Am and Pro divisions depending on how many people play.
Amateur: $5 plus $5 optional ace pot. Merchandise payout.
Pro: $8 plus $5 optional ace pot. Cash payout.
Parkshire meanders through lush woodlands and pastoral beauty. Carved out amongst Live Oaks, Spanish Oaks and Pecan groves, this 18-hole gem provides scenery and shade while
The Twin Parks Parkshire Course
The Twin Parks Park Hill Course
testing even a veteran player's skill. Our superb driving and putting ranges, with our nature-conscious solar lighting, give you the time you need to hone your skills throughout day or night.
Park Hill rolls over meadows accented by ponds, grassy knolls and rock formations. Be sure to do your stretches or else this 7,500 ft monster will have you shooting from the short tees, all while you enjoy the county's most spectacular views. All holes have cement tee boxes for your safety and enjoyment.
Location & Directions
1111 Hays Country Acres Rd
Dripping Springs, Texas 78620
Disc Golf (also known as "Frisbee Golf" and "Folf" or "Frolf" and even "Disk Golf") is played much like traditional golf. Players use flying discs (golf discs or Frisbees®) and play holes that start with a tee area and end with a Disc Golf Basket or Target. The object: complete the hole by putting your golf disc in the basket in the fewest number of throws. The sport was formalized in the 1970s and is governed by the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA). There are over 3,800 courses worldwide with over 3,200 in the U.S.