For 30 years, Twin Wells Golf Course has offered residents and visitors the opportunity to use a low-cost, recreational course in the heart of Dallas-Fort Worth. Now, the course will undergo infrastructure renovations, which will breathe new life into this Irving fixture.
Changes already in the works include a new irrigation system made of high-density polyurethane pipe, which will hold up to the course’s shifting soil, as well as a water transfer pump station to draw raw river water from the Trinity River to irrigate the course.
The renovation project also will include rebuilt greens, as well as new grass on the greens, tee boxes and fairways. Several changes will be made to the layout of the course including rerouting eight holes, as well as the realignment of the driving range and practice putting green.
The footprint of the course will change, too. The grounds where the former back nine used to sit will now be used for the front nine. The revised back nine will include a new layout to provide a more compelling golfing experience.
Twin Wells is bordered by Loop 12 to the west, West Fork of the Trinity River to the south and E. Shady Grove Road to the north. The course is slated to open by the end of 2018, once the new grass has matured. Twin Wells will be competitively priced with area municipal courses and will offer residents and visitors a much-improved golfing experience.
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