The vision of two Australian property developers to create a prestigious residential estate and championship golf course became reality in 2003 when construction began on what is known today as Twin Creeks Golf & Country Club.
An expansive 850 acre golf and residential estate, comprising over 200 architecturally designed homes, overlooking the golf course and natural woodland forest, is recognised as one of a small number of luxury golf estates in Western Sydney.
Twin Creeks first opened in February 2006 with its name being derived from the two major creeks, Cosgrove Creek and South Creek that meander through the property, joining north of the estate and continuing as south creek to the Hawkesbury River. In keeping with this trend, the aptly named Paperbark Restaurant overlooks the stunning 18th hole, natural woodland backdrop and native Paperbark Trees.
Based on a private golf club model, Twin Creeks offers restricted visitor and guest rounds via invitation. The championship layout, quality of the greens and challenging experience has seen its positioning hold strong in the top 100 golf course in Australia since opening.
The magnificent par 72, 18-hole golf course was designed by renowned golfer Graham Marsh. The Graham Marsh philosophy, which underlies and encompasses all aspects of a golf course development, is to design and build world-class courses that harmonise the requirements of the game with both the natural and man-made environment that surrounds them, a philosophy that has been flawlessly executed at Twin Creeks.
With only a young history, Twin Creeks has established itself as one of Western Sydney’s premium venues for weddings, functions, conferences and golf days alike.
One final piece of infrastructure will be the much anticipated hotel, designed to reflect the contemporary style and architecture of the existing clubhouse. The hotel will overlook the stunning ceremonial courtyard and across the 18th hole.
Twin Creeks goal is to be recognised as one of Australia’s best residential golfing estates taking a modern approach to creating a golf club, whilst embracing the traditions of the golf club industry.