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Twin Creeks Country Club

Austin’s Premier Private Club with a Championship Golf Course.

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Club Life

Family-friendly ambience and world-class amenities

Twin Creeks Country Club is part of a 760-acre community that features the first signature golf course in the Austin area to be designed by Masters Champion Fred Couples. Members enjoy first-class Club facilities and community amenities, including a private clubhouse with dining facilities, community walking trails, a community recreation center and a water park featuring a junior Olympic-sized pool and zero-entry resort-style pool. The Twin Creeks Community is just minutes from Lake Travis and approximately 25 miles from Downtown Austin.

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At Twin Creeks Country Club we are all about creating experiences that have you saying "Remember When". We deliver extraordinary experiences for adults, kids, and families to live, connect, and play while creating memories that will last a lifetime. Make Twin Creeks your lifestyle hub today - and you'll be saying "Remember When" a lot more! 

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When it comes to your health and wellness, Twin Creeks Country Club  has you covered. Our 8,000-square-foot, Family Activities Center offers outstanding customer service, certified staff, and cleanliness that has always set this facility apart from the rest.  Our members enjoy state-of-the-art fitness equipment from Cybex and Precor, along with a Group Fitness Studio hosting a wide range of classes for members of all ages and stages.  Our comprehensive aquatics center is next door with lap swimming pool and kid’s areas.


Twin Creeks Golf Course



The hallmark of Twin Creeks’ exclusive country club lifestyle is the private, championship 7,033-yard, par 72 Fred Couples Signature Golf Course. The picturesque 195 acres of dramatic rolling terrain is highlighted by low-lying ravines lined with limestone outcroppings and century-old oak and pecan trees. The namesake twin creeks traverse the entire course, resulting in stream crossings and natural water elements that come into play on 13 of the course’s 18 holes.