The Links At Twin Towers, is a Public, 18 hole golf course located in Linfield, Pennsylvania.
The course first opened for play in 1998. The course was designed by Bob Sterret.
Linfield National Golf Club, originally named Sycamore Ridge Golf Club, and more recently as The Links at Twin Towers; became Linfield National following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington DC.
Linfield National is situated on rolling, hilly terrain. The design is very interesting in that the course is very tight with narrow fairways. Bunkers play a significant part in the strategy of playing this course. Trees line the perimeter of the course, and are also found randomly scattered through the layout. The greens are large and well maintained. Linfield National Golf Club is a hybrid layout, combining the elements of a links-style course with the traditional characteristics of water, trees and changing elevations.
There are a pair of signature holes on the course. They are holes #10 and 18. Hole #10, is a 393-yard, par 4. It has trees lining the fairway and one large tree just to the right of the fairway. Heavy bunkering makes this an interesting and challenging hole. The other signature hole is #18, a 460-yard, par 4, which has a pond in front of the tee box that requires a carry of at least 180 yards.
Blue tees; par-70, 6,164 yards, 69.3 / 118
White tees: par-70, 5,821 yards, 67.7 / 115
Red tees: par-70, 4,954 yards, 68.2 / 111
$21 (cart included), played on Saturday, December 2015 at 11:10 AM
The course in the past did not have a good reputation but tremendous improvements have been made. Interesting and challenging holes. A couple of Par 3 could be better but it is a very good course. Pro is good guy and always friendly. During the winter they have 4 stalls that you can play simulated golf for a reasonable price per hour.
Latest Golf Course Reviews
$16 (cart included), played on Thursday, October 2018 at 4:35 PM
Only time for a quick round on the Par 35 front 9 that plays 3,021yd / 69.8 / 123 Blues down to 2,551yd / 68.7 / 114 Reds. This course maybe short on yardage (6,365yd max) but the narrow fairways, ponds and well placed sand traps are ready to grab your strays. Clubhouse is located on the top of the hill and the course flows down, around and back up the hill. #1 Par 4 at 410yds play a little downhill and long hitters beware of pond on left side of fairway. Most of these holes have slight doglegs with sand traps / trees well placed on the inside corners that force you to the outside. #4 Par 5 542yd is the #1 hcp and has a dogleg carry of 240yd to the corner or a cut shot will follow that drive. #5 Par 4 405yds is another dogleg going left so stay to the right unless a 240yd draw is in your bag. The finishing #9 160yd Par 3 is about a two (2) club uphill with front traps to catch those short shots. I found the rough very thick and challenging to advance the correct distance needed. Greens were in good shape/size but hillside greens a little tricky on reading. Ended up shooting 42 w/13 putts and if it wasn't for my green side saves, things could have gotten worse, fast. We'll worth playing if in the area and stop off at the Railroad Bar & Grill (1 mile away) for the best selection of grilled cheese sandwiches you've ever had.