HomeFor ResidentsParks and RecreationGolfGolf Courses > Twin Pines Golf Course

Golf

Contact Information
Parks & Recreation Department

Twin Pines Golf Course
3800 42nd Street NE
Cedar Rapids, IA  52402
Phone: 319-286-5583

Golf Office
City Services Center
500 15th Avenue SW

Phone: 319-286-5588
Fax: 319-540-8843
golfemail@cedar-rapids.org

Administrative Office Hours
Mon - Fri 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Department Contacts

Twin Pines Golf Course
Visit this conveniently located Cedar Rapids golf course in its active urban neighborhood.  Generous fairways, lush greens and an easy to walk layout have made this one of Iowa’s most frequented and popular courses.  Variety of hole lengths serve families and players of all abilities while facilitating a fast round. 

Twin Pines is a perfect family golf course because of the multiple tee options. It has received the family course designation from the PGA and NRPA (National Recreation & Parks Association). The course is ieal for junior and senior players with beginner through intermediate skill levels.

Twin Pines is easy to walk, though a full fleet of carts are available. The layout is also popular for corporate outings where many of the participants do not regularly golf.
Twin Pines-Two green Pine trees standing side by side

Course Ratings  (rerated September 2014)
Men's White: 67.2/108; Front nine: 33.3/108; Back nine: 33.9/107
Men's Red: 64.9/97; Front nine: 32.1/93; Back nine: 32.8/100
Women's Red: 69.3/111; Front nine: 34.2/108; Back nine: 35.1/114

BOOK A TEE TIME

Twin Pines Golf Course Rates
Season Punch Card and Pass Prices
Directions

The course layout for Twin Pines Golf Course


Staff
PGA Professional: Steve Charters 
Head Superintendent: Chauncey Barry 
Private golf lessons by Steve Charters, PGA, are available. 
Call 319-286-5583 or email s.charters@cedar-rapids.org


TwinPines_Scorecard

History
 On July 4, 1962, the first round was played at the newly constructed Twin Pines Golf Course as an 18-hole facility. In June, 1965, the switch was thrown to light the 3,012 yard back nine of Twin Pines and rounds were played under lights until 1995, when the cost to upgrade was insurmountable.

 

© 2018  Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 101 First Street SE

Powered By Revize Login