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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 174
I F YOU harbour a desire to play Twin Creeks because you’ve heard what a terrific course it is but just haven’t found the time to get there, you’d better hurry. The rustic, rippling course in Sydney’s west will transition from March to become completely private with access strictly for members only. That was initially the case when the course opened for play in 2006 yet gradually weekday tee-times were made available for non-member play at certain times. Three months from now that won’t be the case as the club launches a new membership program, restricting access to members, their guests and corporate events. “As of January 1st we’re going to be releasing memberships again,” says Grant Martin, Twin Creeks’ general manager. “The club will become private, but corporate golf will remain a large aspect of golf here.” The club’s new owners, TCG Holdings, took over in August armed with grand plans for the course and the entire site. Throughout 2016 and 2017, a $2.5 million investment will be made as part of an ongoing program. There won’t be any dramatic changes to the layout; instead the bunkering, landscaping, cart paths and other existing features will receive some TLC. That’s all designed to finish in time for about half the rooms of the proposed 300-room hotel to open, which is scheduled for 2018. Martin says the goal is to have the best hotel in western Sydney, an aim the club also has for its golf course.
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